Cumin Oleoresin

Botanical Name: Cuminum cyminum

Cumin is a flowering plant that hails from the family of Apiaceae. Its seeds (each one contained within a fruit that’s dried) are used in a variety of cuisines. Cumin Oleoresin is obtained by the solvent extraction of crushed, dried, ripe cumin seeds (Cuminum cyminum). The product has the characteristic aroma of cumin, with a bitter undernote. It is a free-flowing,  golden/greenish-brown liquid. Mane Kancor is a leading manufacturer of cumin oleoresin. Our Cumin extract is compliant with global food safety standards and exported to more than 75 countries worldwide.

Spec RangeFormatSolubility
VOC:05 -71 %LiquidWater / Oil Soluble

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VOC %(ml/100g): Volatile Oil Content

Our Process

SOLVENT EXTRACTION

The method of solvent extraction uses a separation solvent, which is generally non-volatile has a high boiling point and is miscible with the mixture, but doesn’t form an isotropic mixture as a medium to extract essential active elements from spices.

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Applications

Condiments

Flavours

Meat/Poultry/Seafood

Sauces

Seasonings

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How is Cumin Oleoresin obtained?

A flowering plant from the Apiaceae family, Cumin is a commonly used culinary ingredient. Known for its characteristic’s aroma and flavour, cumin seeds are used across cuisines. Cumin Oleoresin is obtained by the solvent extraction of crushed, dried, ripe cumin seeds (Cuminum cyminum).

What are the aroma and flavour characteristics of cumin oleoresin?

A free flowing, golden, greenish brown liquid, cumin oleoresin has a distinct cumin-like aroma with a bitter undernote.

What is cumin oleoresin mainly used for?

Cumin oleoresin is commonly used in condiments, flavour applications, sauces, seasonings, meat, poultry and seafood. Cumin oleoresin manufacturers like Kancor are known for its pure flavour extracts.

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