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Spice derivatives are spice oils, spice oleoresins and essential oils used in the pharmaceutical, beverage, food processing, chemical and other industries. Spice oil is used for food flavorings, food coloring and aroma. Essential oils are used in aromatheraphy for their calming and soothing effects. Spice oleoresins are concentrated liquid forms of spices. The derivatives are produced by distillation and water solvent methods.
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Essential oils are extracted from aromatic plants by a process of steam distillation. They are highly valued for therapeutic use. Essential oils have the properties of the spice or herb they are derived from. Since these specialty oils have a very strong aroma and are highly volatile, they are used as a raw material in flavoring and perfumes. Essential oils are used in soaps, cosmetics, perfumery, confectionery, chewing delicacies, carbonated drinks and syrups.
Spice oils are spice derivatives that are extracted generally by steam distillation process. Spice oils are the volatile components present in spices, and provide the aroma and flavor of the spice they are made from. Exports of Indian spice oil have risen significantly in the last few years due to a sharp rise of demand in the fast food sector. There are many types of spice oil including clove oil, cinnamon oil, pepper oil, ginger oil, cardamom oil and more. Spice oils are used in many industries like food processing, beverages, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and aromatherapy.
Spice Oleoresins are essentially the concentrated liquid form obtained from spices. Oleoresins are widely used in the food processing industy for flavoring, meat canning and sauces. Other uses include soft drinks, pharmaceutical preparations, perfumery and soap. The demand of spice oils and oleoresins in developed countries is increasing day by day as more as more spicy snacks are being introduced by fast food chains with standardised tastes.