Garlic powder is made from finely ground, dehydrated garlic.
Garlic powder can be used in any recipe that calls for dried or fresh garlic. The difference is that garlic powder has a more concentrated, intense flavor.
Garlic powder is commonly used around the world for its pungent flavor as a seasoning or condiment.
Garlic powder dissolves readily when added to food.
It is ideal for replacing fresh garlic in salad dressings, stews, curries, sauces, processed foods, soups, spices and snacks.
Available sizes: Powder: 80-100 mesh
Packing: 10 kg in foil bag, 2 bags inside paper case.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
The powder is Kosher & Halal certified.
Scientific name: Allium sativum
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Dried garlic powder, also known as ground garlic, is dehydrated garlic that has been pulverized and turned into a powder.
The process of making garlic powder includes drying and grounding the root vegetable.
Garlic powder is a common component of spice mix. It is also a common component of seasoned salt.
Don’t confuse garlic salt with garlic powder. Garlic powder is only pure garlic, no salt.
Garlic powder can be used in any recipe that calls for dried or fresh garlic.
The difference is that garlic powder has a more concentrated, intense flavor.
Our facility is FSSC22000 & BRC certified operation.
Steam sterilization or irradiation can be added for microbiological reduction.
This ingredient category is available as all natural, as well as Non-GMO & Gluten Free verified.
Flavor/Aroma: Typical of garlic
Appearance: Fine powder
Moisture 8% maximum
Foreign Material None
Aerobic Plate Count 500,000/g maximum
Mould and Yeast: 5000/g maximum
Coliform 5000/g maximum
E. Coli: < 3 MPN/ g
Salmonella None Detected/375g
IV. Packaging, Storage and Shipping
Inner aluminum bags and outside carton
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Storage temperature 25 °C, relative humidity 60%