Ginger Oleoresin Production Cost Analysis 2020
Ginger oleoresin is derived from the seeds of ginger rhizomes, also known as Zingiber officinale, with the help of acetone. It is composed of 1-2 percent of volatile oil, 5-8 percent of acrid oleoresin, and starch. In appearance, it is a dark brown liquid that is viscous in nature. Ginger oleoresin also shows antibacterial as well as antifungal activity against foodborne pathogens.
Ginger oleoresin must be stored inside the air-tight containers and kept away from sunlight in a preferably cold and dark place. In terms of flavour, it is known to be hot and pungent. The biomolecules of ginger oleoresin have significant biological activities that are often utilised as a bio-preservative in fresh sugarcane juice. Ginger oleoresin, when sold in industries or utilised in industries, is known as gingerin, which is composed of gingerol and shogaol apart from the volatile oil of ginger. It is employed for flavouring all types of food products and often finds limited utilisation in perfumery. It is utilised as an aromatic agent and even as a stimulant.
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