|Product name||Turmeric root extract|
|Latin name||Curcuma longa L.|
|Place of Origin||Sichuan ,Fujian China|
|Part used||Root, rhizome|
|Extraction Type||Solvent Extraction|
|Synonyms||Curcuma aromatica Salisb ,C.longa L ,C.zedoaria(Berg.)Rosc.,Acorus calamus L, Curcuma domestica Valeton|
|Specifications||Curcumin 95% Yellow powder|
|Water soluble Curcumin 5%10% Yellow powder|
Curcumin, also known as curcumin and acid yellow, is a natural phenolic antioxidant extracted from the rhizomes of the ginger plant turmeric and other rhizomes. It is a commonly used seasoning and food coloring.
As a food coloring agent, it can be used in candies, jellies, ice creams and carbonated drinks. The maximum use amount is 0.01g/kg.
Turmeric is easily soluble in glacial acetic acid, ethyl acetate, and propylene glycol. It is relatively stable and pure yellow in pH 2.0-7.0 environment, its solution is brown or reddish brown in alkaline environment, and its solution is rose red in the range of pH 7.0-8.0. Curcumin has been approved for use in food by the U.S. FDA, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Health Organization and the Chinese Ministry of Health
Modified milk powder and modified cream powder (including flavored milk powder and flavored cream powder), frozen drinks (except edible ice), jams, preserved fruits, decorative fruits and vegetables, pickled vegetables, cooked nuts and seeds (only oils) Fried nuts and seeds), cocoa products, chocolate and chocolate products (including cocoa butter substitute chocolate and products), and candy, instant cereals, including rolled oats (chips), instant rice noodle products, baked goods, condiments, beverages ( Except for packaged drinking water), preparation of wine, jelly, puffed food, etc.