Garlic

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Grown in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley by local, multi-generational farmers

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  1. Garlic Chopped
    Garlic Chopped
    Item# 200753
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  2. Garlic Granulated
    Garlic Granulated
    Item# 200019000
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  3. Garlic Granulated 1MM
    Garlic Granulated 1MM
    Item# 201183
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  4. Garlic Granulated 300K
    Garlic Granulated 300K
    Item# 200032
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  5. Garlic Minced
    Garlic Minced
    Item# 200002
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  6. Garlic Minced 1MM
    Garlic Minced 1MM
    Item# 201331
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  7. Garlic Powder Economy
    Garlic Powder Economy
    Item# 200007400
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  8. Garlic Powder Premium 1MM
    Garlic Powder Premium 1MM
    Item# 200474500
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  9. Garlic Powder Premium 300K
    Garlic Powder Premium 300K
    Item# 201096
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  10. Garlic Powder Special
    Garlic Powder Special
    Item# 200012000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  11. Garlic Powder Special 1MM
    Garlic Powder Special 1MM
    Item# 200041
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  12. Garlic Powder Special 300K
    Garlic Powder Special 300K
    Item# 200023000
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  13. Organic Garlic Granulated 600K
    Organic Garlic Granulated 600K
    Item# 253000000
    Lead Time 3 Business Days

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Where is garlic cultivated?

There are several places around the world where garlic is cultivated, including United States of America, China and many other regions. Here at Olam, we specialize in growing our garlic in California’s San Joaquin Valley. This Valley has long been considered one of the best places to grow garlic thanks to the fertile soil and sustainability practices in place.

Applications of bulk garlic

So, what can garlic be used for? Garlic has many applications, including:

  • Seasoning blends
  • Sauces
  • Gravy
  • Cheese blends
  • Meat and fish products
  • Incorporating minced garlic with butter and spread over bread
  • Add powdered garlic to soup
  • Blend minced garlic into dressings, sauces, rubs, condiments and marinades
  • Antibiotic alternative for livestock

History of Garlic

For over 5,000 years, garlic has been used for everything from medicine and food to aphrodisiacs to money. It is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world and is believed to be a native plant of Central Asia, South Asia or Siberia. In Ancient Egypt, the spice was so popular as payment for laborers, that shortages in garlic would halt production on pyramids.

Garlic has long been a part of the cuisine of Central and East Asia, but it wasn’t widely used in the rest of the world until trade brought it to Europe and the Americas. From then on, garlic was adopted as a pungent and flavorful addition to ethnic European dishes, including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and more. In fact, garlic in the U.S. is so popular that consumption has more than tripled since the 1940s, as more savory dishes are being adopted and consumed.

Garlic Conversions

1 fresh garlic clove can equal = ¼ teaspoon (tsp) of Garlic powder or ½ teaspoon (tsp) of minced in water or ½ tsp granulated or ½ teaspoon (tsp) for Gardenfrost puree or 1 teaspoon (tsp) chopped or 1 teaspoon (tsp) Minced