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Product Data Sheet
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Bunium persicum (Boiss) B. Fedtsch
It is an aromatic and carminative that can be used as spice or seasoning,
EU Organic Certified
Storage and shelf life
If you keep it in cool, dark cupboard and away from direct heat or sunlight it will stay at best quality for about 2 to 3 years
In 4 kg packs
pleasant taste and pungent
Highly aromatic with typical scent of caraway and free from fug and mildew scent
Small brown slight curved seed
Alive or dead insects
Acid insoluble ash
> 2.5 ml/100gr
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Caraway seeds are the dried fruits of the caraway plant (Carum carvi). They are small, elongated, and brown in color, with a unique nutty and slightly sweet flavor.
Caraway seeds are a popular spice used in various cuisines around the world. They are often used to flavor bread, pastries, and desserts. Additionally, caraway seeds are commonly added to soups, stews, sauerkraut, and pickles to enhance their taste.
Caraway seeds are known for their potential digestive benefits. They are believed to aid in relieving bloating, indigestion, and gas. Additionally, caraway seeds contain antioxidants and essential vitamins.
While caraway seeds can be eaten directly, their flavor is often enhanced by toasting or dry-roasting them before use in recipes. Toasting releases their essential oils and brings out their nutty taste.
To preserve their flavor and aroma, caraway seeds should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.