Bulk Rosemary – Dried
Discover the essence of Mediterranean cuisine with our premium Dried Rosemary!
Infuse roasted meats, poultry, and fish with its earthy, pine-like aroma, elevate sauces, marinades and dressings, or sprinkle it over roasted vegetables and artisanal bread!
From savory snacks to packaged seasonings, Dried Rosemary plays a crucial role in enhancing the overall flavor profile of food items! Its long shelf life ensures a reliable and flavorful addition to your manufacturing process.
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Spain, Tunisia, Morocco and India
Cheese production, plant-based food, seasonings and spice blends
Production & Sourcing
Dried Rosemary is made by harvesting fresh rosemary leaves from the plant and then drying them. The leaves are typically spread out in a well-ventilated area or placed in a dehydrator to remove moisture. This process preserves the flavor and aroma of the herb while extending its shelf life. Once the leaves are thoroughly dried, they are crumbled or ground into smaller pieces, creating the familiar dried rosemary flakes or powder.
- Spice Blends
- Processed Meat Manufacturing
- Marinades and Rubs
- Dressings and Sauces
- Snacks – Savory
- Ready-To-eat Meals
- Cheese Production
- Dairy Products
- Vegetarian Cooking
- Plant-Based Food
- Private Label
- Essential Minerals
- Vitamin C Boost
- Immune System Support
- Aromatic Ingredient
- Flavor Enhancer
Dried Rosemary imparts a robust, earthy flavor with distinctive pine-like notes! Its aromatic profile combines woodsy and slightly peppery undertones, adding depth and complexity to dishes.
In its dried form, rosemary leaves become brittle and crumbly, making it easy to crush or crumble between fingers. This texture allows for even distribution and infusion of flavor throughout a dish.
Dried Rosemary retains a vibrant green hue, albeit slightly faded from its fresh counterpart. This muted green color complements a variety of dishes, adding visual appeal along with its aromatic qualities.
Dried Rosemary is a nutrient-dense herb. It is a good source of antioxidants, including rosmarinic acid, which may help combat inflammation and support immune health. Additionally, it contains essential vitamins like vitamin C, as well as minerals such as calcium and iron, in smaller quantities.
While Dried Rosemary does not contribute significant moisture to dishes, its fragrant oils can enhance the overall mouthfeel of a dish. It can also be used in conjunction with other ingredients to create flavorful rubs, marinades, and blends.
The aroma of Dried Rosemary is potent and distinct. It releases a fragrant bouquet of earthy, woody, and slightly citrusy notes when crushed or infused in cooking. This aromatic quality adds depth and character to a wide range of culinary creations.
Dried Rosemary brings a well-balanced herbal note to dishes, creating harmony with other flavors. Its earthy undertones complement various ingredients, offering a harmonious contrast to sweeter or milder components in a dish.
Rosemary has deep-rooted ties to Mediterranean cuisine, particularly Italian, Greek, and French culinary traditions. It is a staple herb in dishes like roasted lamb, Mediterranean stews, and olive oil-based breads. Its influence extends globally, as it is cherished in various international cuisines.
Dried Rosemary is generally considered safe for most diets. It is low in calories and can be included in a wide range of dietary plans. However, individuals with allergies to other herbs in the Lamiaceae family (such as mint, basil, or oregano) should exercise caution. As with any herb, moderation is key, especially for those with specific dietary considerations or sensitivities.
Uses in manufacturing
In food manufacturing, Dried Rosemary is a versatile ingredient that imparts its distinctive flavor profile to a wide range of products. Here are some common applications:
Dried Rosemary is a key component in seasoning blends for meat, poultry, and fish products. It adds depth of flavor and aroma, enhancing the overall taste profile.
It is used in the production of processed meats, such as sausages, deli meats, and charcuterie. Dried Rosemary contributes a savory and aromatic note that complements the meat.
It can be incorporated into bread, pastry, and cracker formulations to infuse a subtle herbal flavor. Rosemary-flavored baked goods are popular for their unique taste and aroma.
Dried Rosemary is a common ingredient in marinades and rubs for meats and vegetables. It imparts a distinct, herbaceous flavor that enhances the overall taste of grilled or roasted products.
It is used in the production of sauces, dressings, and condiments. Dried Rosemary adds a layer of complexity and aroma to these products, enhancing their overall flavor profile.
Dried Rosemary can be used in the production of savory snack products like potato chips, crackers, and pretzels. It provides a unique flavor twist that sets these snacks apart.
It is a common ingredient in the production of ready-to-eat meals, especially those with Mediterranean or herb-forward flavor profiles. Dried Rosemary adds depth and complexity to the taste of these meals.
Some varieties of cheese, particularly those with robust flavors, may incorporate Dried Rosemary to enhance their taste profile. It complements the earthy notes of certain cheeses.
Dried Rosemary is used to add depth and complexity to vegetarian and plant-based products, providing a savory, herbaceous flavor that mimics traditional meat-based dishes.
In the production of canned or packaged soups and stews, Dried Rosemary is utilized to enhance the overall flavor profile and aroma of the product.
Main producing countries and Harvest time
Spain, Tunisia, Morocco and India are among the main producing countries of rosemary.
The general harvest season for rosemary typically occurs in late spring to early summer, depending on the specific climate and location.
In warmer climates, where rosemary is more perennial, it can be harvested throughout the year. However, the peak time for harvesting rosemary is when the plant is in full bloom, which usually happens in late spring or early summer.
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