Oleoresins, simply put, are the concentrated forms of herbs and spices. They have resin-like, semi-solid texture and are composed of essential or fatty oils. Due to their high pungency and aroma, they add to the taste of food products.
Oleoresins provide multiple advantages over traditional spices as flavouring agents. They offer much stronger pungency than regular spices, and thus, are required in smaller quantities. Oleoresins also dissolve in fats and oils, making them useful in wide variety of food products.
Essential oil are highly volatile substance isolated by a physical process from an odoriferous plant of a single botanical species
Application: Flavouring agent in food industry
Black Seed Oil