|Qingdao city,Shandong province,China.||email@example.com|
|Place of Origin:||Qingdao China|
|Certification:||FDA ISO BRC HAPPC|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Delivery Time:||10-15 work days|
|Product Name:||Top Quality Fresh Garlic Cheap Price Dehydrated Garlic New Crop Chinese Black Garlic||Colour:||Black|
|Processing Type:||Smoked||Drying Process:||Air Dried|
|Cultivation Type:||Greenhouse, High Temperature||Part:||Root|
|Place Of Origin:||Shandong,China||Brand Name:||OPAL|
|Storage Method:||Low Temperature||Flavor:||Sweet And Sour|
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Top Quality Fresh Garlic Cheap Price Dehydrated Garlic New Crop Chinese Black Garlic
Black garlic can be found on menus everywhere, but this unique ingredient isn’t anything new. It has been used for flavor and medicinal purposes and in a variety of Asian cuisines for centuries. Black garlic is, simply put, the product of aging regular garlic bulbs over the course of weeks or months. It requires strictly regulated temperature and humidity to achieve its sticky consistency.
Black garlic is obtained from fresh garlic (Allium sativum L.) that has been fermented for a period of time at a controlled high temperature (60–90°C) under controlled high humidity (80–90%). When compared with fresh garlic, black garlic does not release a strong offensive flavor owing to the reduced content of allicin. Enhanced bioactivity of black garlic compared with that of fresh garlic is attributed to its changes in physicochemical properties. Studies concerning the fundamental findings of black garlic, such as its production, bioactivity, and applications, have thus been conducted. Several types of black garlic products are also available in the market with a fair selling volume. In this article, we summarize the current knowledge of changes in the components, bioactivity, production, and applications of black garlic, as well as the proposed future prospects on their possible applications as a functional food product.
Black garlic (BG) is simply fresh garlic (Allium sativum L.) that has been fermented for a period of time at a high temperature under high humidity. The process turns garlic cloves dark, gives them a sweet taste, and alters their consistency to chewy and jelly-like . The duration of fermentation varies depending on cultures, manufacturers, and purposes.
The long history of the use of garlic in food and acute, chronic, and inhalation studies, although limited, reveals no credible adverse biological effects. Exact origins of BG are unknown and controversial. However, BG has long been consumed in South Korea, Japan, and Thailand for centuries, and was introduced into Taiwan and other countries around 10 years ago. In the past few years, high-end chefs have drawn much attention to BG, who have been using it to flavor chicken, fish, soup, and risotto .
When compared with fresh garlic, BG does not release a strong off-flavor due to the reduced content of allicin, which was converted into antioxidant compounds such as bioactive alkaloids and flavonoid compounds during the aging process . The changes of physicochemical properties are the main reasons for enhanced bioactivity of BG compared with fresh garlic. Besides daily consumption, several studies have reported that BG extract demonstrates several functions, such as antioxidation, antiallergic, antidiabetes, anti-inflammation, and anticarcinogenic effects. In 1990, Designer Foods Program listed garlic at the top of cancer-fighting candidates . Although the Designer Foods Program no longer exists, scientists are still looking for what are now called bioactive components in different foods.
The two main focuses of this study are to summarize the current knowledge of the composition change, bioactivity, production, and applications of BG, and also to propose future prospects on their possible applications as a functional food product.
|Flavor:||Sour and Sweet|
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Qingdao Opal Industrial Co., Ltd was established in 2010,located in Qingdao city,Shandong province,China.Main products are vermicelli noodles and peanuts food,including bean thread longkou vermicelli ,rice vermicelli,rice stick,peanut butter,crushed peanut, peanut sliced, peanut powder,our vermicelli noodles are mainly exported to Morocco market,it’s popular for the high quality and low price.
1.Free samples noodles available
2.Your inquiry related to the products or prices will be replied within 12 hours.
3.All the raw material is sourcing from the best planting base. Absolutely Natural!
4.More than 10 years experiences in Asian Noodles and peanut butter.
5.Accept customer’s inspection before loading or product testing or quality control ect.
6.Your orders will be strictly processed and inspected carefully before shipment.
Are you a manufacturer?
Yes, Qingdao Opal Industrial Co.,ltd is a professional manufacturer and exporter for vermicelli noodles and peanut butter,we owns several factories, bean thread longkou vermicelli noodles' in Yantai, Peant butter’ in Qingdao.For fresh vegetables and canned food are only for exporter.Bean vermicelli,rice vermicelli and peanut butter in providing high quality foodstuffs.
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Can I visit your factory ?
We warmly welcome customers to visit us. Before you come here, please advise your schedule, we can arrange attentive service for you.
Can you help me make my own brand product?
Yes. OEM brand can be accepted when your quantity reach to an appointed amount,we can add you private logo on our bags and cartons for vermicelli noodles and peanut butter,moreover, free samples of vermicelli noodles and peanut butter can be as evaluate!
Can you provide other foods besides the condiments you produce?
Sure. Please tell us the products you need, we will try our best to find them.
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