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|Cerificate of Analysis (COA)|| |
Olam products are produced to meet our specification. Once you place an order, batch level COA’s are emailed to you at the time of shipment. Please note, the COA will contain all microbiological and physical & chemical analysis parameters available on the spec. Please be sure this specification will work for your application prior to purchasing.
|FSMA Notice||Product to be further processed to eliminate microbial hazards|
|Moisture||5.5 % MAX|
|Granulation||60 % MAX THRU US #8, 10 % MAX THRU US #12|
|Standard Plate Count (CFU/g)||Not Available: This product does not report Standard Plate Count on the COA. Please be sure this specification will work for your application prior to purchasing.|
|Yeast / Mold / Coliform (CFU/g)||Not Available: This product does not report Yeast / Mold / Coliform on the COA. Please be sure this specification will work for your application prior to purchasing.|
|E Coli||None Detected|
|Storage||Below 70F (21C) and 65% humidity|
Where are onions cultivated?
Onions are grown all over the world, with the largest producing countries being the United States, India and China. ofi Spices’ AtSource verified, white onions are cultivated in three diversified growing regions throughout California, where we have a vertically integrated supply chain.
We work closely with our grower partners to ensure a healthy, consistent crop, each harvest. From the field, our onions are taken to our processing facilities where they are chopped into pieces and dried, then shipped to our customers worldwide.
Great for imparting a lively fresh onion taste, while giving noticeable piece identity to your favorite recipes. Looking for a more savory flavor profile? Check out our onion chopped toasted.
Bulk chopped onion applications
So, when can I use chopped onion? Chopped onions have many applications, including:
- As an addition to a long simmering stew
- Incorporated into vegetable stock
- Soaked in water, then used in place of fresh onions
- Mixed into dips, sauces and salsas to add more flavor
History of onions
Onions are one of the world’s oldest cultivated plants. Researchers all agree on the fact that onions have been cultivated for around 5,000 years. However, there is no official consensus regarding where the first onion was grown, since the crop leaves behind little trace evidence. Although some archaeologists, botanists and food historians believe the crop originated in Asia.
Onions were first introduced to Great Britain by the Romans, while Native Americans had already been using a highly pungent variety of wild onions in their cooking. It is presumed onions were consumed long before farming or even writing was invented, as they grew in the wild, across the world. Onions have also been utilized for medicinal purposes throughout history. It’s mentioned in the Bible and was even found in the tomb of an Egyptian King.
|Ships In||5 Business Days|
|Ships From||Merced, CA or Edison, NJ|
|Box Dimensions||17"L x 17"H x 13"W|
|Pallet Dimensions||48"L x 40"W x 70"H|
|Shipping & Delivery|
Let us do the heavy lifting! We offer competitive shipping rates to the contiguous United States. Depending on your total order weight, you will have the option to select from the following shipping methods.
|Specification||Onion Chopped Specification|
|Non-GMO - Olam - Jul 2022||Download|
|BRC - Firebaugh, CA - Garlic/Onion - Jun 22, 2023||Download|
|Kosher Certificate - Olam - Sep 2023||Download|
|Gluten Free - Firebaugh, CA - Jun 2023||Download|
|Halal - Gilroy - Exp-Mar2024||Download|