Organic Turmeric Powder is generally used in various food industries as a natural food coloring agent and preservative. It contains curcumin as the primary pigment imparts characteristic yellow colour to the food preparations readily, in presence of oil. It’s rich in polyphenols. Easily dissolves in water and oil. The concentrate has neither flavour nor aroma. Used in a wide range of products viz., dairy products, beverages, cereal, confectionary, ice cream, bakery, and savory products. Additive in dairy to impart lemon and banana colors to flavored milk drinks, cultured milk and desserts. Added at higher levels to sausages, pickles, relishes, sauces, dry mixes, and fish due to its original usage as a spice as well as preservative.
Organic Turmeric Powder by virtue its curcumin pigment has several useful properties like, food colouring property, antimicrobial, antifungal property, etc. By virtue of these, it finds application as a colouring agent and preservative in minute micro quantities, but with a vital role in a wide range of ready product manufacturing industries viz., dairy products, beverages, cereal, confectionary, ice cream, bakery, and savory products. It’s rich in polyphenols at higher levels to sausages, pickles, relishes, sauces, dry mixes, and fish due to its original usage as a spice as well as preservatives. Addition of few pinches / oz of Organic Turmeric Powder in your food will protect you from the risk of anaemia, stroke, stroke, imbalanced blood pressure.
|Nutrient||μg/g/mg per 100 g||Per cent RDA|
|Total Fat||9.88 g||33.00%|
|Dietary fiber||21.0 g||52.50%|
|Vitamin A||0 IU||0.00%|
|Vitamin C||25.9 mg||43.00%|
|Vitamin E||3.10 mg||21.00%|
|Vitamin K||13.4 μg||11.00%|
From time immemorial Organic Turmeric Powder is being used in Indian kitchen as a food additive, Indian medicine systems as antiseptic, antimicrobial agent, blood clotting agent, wound healing agent, etc.
Two teaspoons of Organic Turmeric Powder contains;
By virtue of these, it is being used in Indian cuisine in the ways as detailed below:
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