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Home  »  Oleoresins  »  Parsley Seed Oleoresin 10%


Botanical Name : Petroselinum crispum
CAS # : 8007-11-12
Appearance : Dark greenish brown viscous liquid with a floral odour typical of oregano
Solubility : Soluble in Fixed Oils
Flavor : a thyme aroma with mild bitterness
Extraction Method : Obtained by solvent extraction of the dry seeds of parsley

Major Constituents :
Volatile Oil, myristicin, limonene and menthatriene

Description :
Parsely seed oleoresin is obtained by solvent extraction of the dry seeds of parsley, Petroselinum crispum (family: Umbelliferae) of Indian origin. It is an oily liquid with dark brown color with a base greenish tint. It has pleasant spicy aroma and slight bitter taste.

Specification :
Volatile Oil Content : 10% to 15%
Residual solvent : Less than 20 ppm

Blends Offered :
The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements.

Shelf Life :
24 months from the date of manufacture when stored below 25oC in closed containers away from direct light and not under humid conditions.

Uses :
Parsley Seed Oleoresin can be used as spice and seasoning mixes, for meats, sausages and other food preparations. It is also used in some pharmaceutical preparations.

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