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oleoresins (ōˈ·lē·ō·reˑ·zinz),

n.pl a composite of oils and resins that can be found in nature or obtained by extracting resinous materials from herbs via organic solvents. Examples of oleoresins include capsicum, ginger, and paprika.
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The process of producing an oleoresin results in an extract free from enzymes
Modern extraction techniques and quality-control procedures have also been developed for more than 15 essential oils and oleoresins now being produced here, including those derived from ylang-ylang, cinnamon, bourbon basil, rosemary, ginger and saffron.
Essential oils, oleoresins, and other natural plant extractives containing flavour constituents may be declared as natural flavour.
The remainder are sold ground and as spice essential oils or oleoresins.
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Broad-based experience in the area of essential oils and oleoresins, spices and culinary herbs covering a diverse range
Mint products, Curry power & pastes, Spice oils, oleoresins and other spices like Tamarind, Asafoetida, Cassia, and Saffron etc also contribute to the Indian exports.