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  1. Onion Chopped
    Onion Chopped
    Item# 100036000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  2. Onion Chopped 300K
    Onion Chopped 300K
    Item# 100038503
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  3. Onion Chopped Large Special
    Chopped Large Special
    Item# 100040000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  4. Onion Chopped Toasted
    Onion Chopped Toasted
    Item# 100649000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  5. Onion Chopped Toasted 300K
    Onion Chopped Toasted 300K
    Item# 100644000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  6. Onion Diced 1/4"
    Onion Diced 1/4"
    Item# 100674000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  7. Onion Diced 1/4" 1MM
    Diced 1/4" 1MM
    Item# 100677000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  8. Onion Diced 1/4" 300K
    Onion Diced 1/4" 300K
    Item# 100675000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  9. Onion Granulated
    Onion Granulated
    Item# 100015000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  10. Onion Granulated
    Onion Granulated
    Item# 100054000
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  11. Onion Granulated 1MM
    Onion Granulated 1MM
    Item# 100028000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  12. Onion Large Chopped 1MM
    Onion Large Chopped 1MM
    Item# 100732
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  13. Onion Large Chopped 300K
    Onion Large Chopped 300K
    Item# 100733000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  14. Onion Minced
    Onion Minced
    Item# 100034000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  15. Onion Minced 100K
    Onion Minced 100K
    Item# 100041000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  16. Onion Minced 1MM
    Onion Minced 1MM
    Item# 100500
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  17. Onion Minced 300K
    Onion Minced 300K
    Item# 100012000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  18. Onion Minced Toasted
    Onion Minced Toasted
    Item# 100523000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  19. Onion Minced Toasted 300K
    Onion Minced Toasted 300K
    Item# 100532000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  20. Onion Powder Prem Toasted 1MM
    Onion Powder Prem Toasted 1MM
    Item# 102256000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  21. Onion Powder Prem Toasted 300K
    Onion Powder Prem Toasted 300K
    Item# 100300000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  22. Onion Powder Premium
    Onion Powder Premium
    Item# 100260
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  23. Onion Powder Premium
    Onion Powder Premium
    Item# 100019000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  24. Onion Powder Premium 1MM
    Onion Powder Premium 1MM
    Item# 102211000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  25. Onion Powder Premium 300k
    Onion Powder Premium 300k
    Item# 100236000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  26. Onion Powder Premium Toasted
    Onion Powder Premium Toasted
    Item# 100296000
    Lead Time 3 Business Days
  27. Onion Powder Special
    Onion Powder Special
    Item# 100021000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  28. Onion Powder Special 300K
    Onion Powder Special 300K
    Item# 100010000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  29. Onion Powder Special Toasted
    Onion Powder Special Toasted
    Item# 100029
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  30. Onion Small Chopped
    Small Chopped
    Item# 100003
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  31. Organic Onion Granulated
    Organic Onion Granulated
    Item# 153000000
    Lead Time 7 Business Days
  32. Organic Onion Minced
    Organic Onion Minced
    Item# 155000400
    Lead Time 7 Business Days

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    olam onion

    Where is onion cultivated?

    Among the most widely cultivated species of Allium, onions are produced in 170 countries around the world for domestic use or trade. Every year 9.2 million acres are harvested around the world. Much of this general production is done in China, India, and the U.S., which are the three primary sources for the world’s onion.

    However here at Olam, we source all of our onions from the southern tip of California in the Imperial Valley to the northernmost part of California, near Tulelake.

    Simple applications of bulk onion

    So, what can onions be used for? Onions have many simple applications, including:

    • Add chopped onions to soups, sauces, and stews for fresh flavor
    • Diced onions make great additions to dips, condiments
    • Rehydrate chopped onion pieces too add on sandwiches, burgers, and pizza
    • Granulated onion powder can be used like salt in dressings and marinades
    • Minced onions can be added to hamburger patties, sausages, meatballs, meat substitute, and more for flavorful texture and taste

    History of onions

    For over 5,500 years, onions have been a primary vegetable all over the world. Originating in central Asia, scientists believe the onion was domesticated by Babylonians in central Asia, the Middle East, and countries like Iran and West Pakistan. As soon as organized onion cultivation started, many civilizations became dependent on the flavorful, durable, and easy-to-grown onion. Among the many properties that onions have, their ability to prevent thirst, be useful for medicines, and provide an excellent source for energy has made them very beneficial across history.

    As the cultivation of the onion spread to the four corners of the globe, it has been widely grown in many different soil types and regions throughout the world. In fact, according to some records, onions were the first vegetable ever to be planted in North America by the colonists.

    Onion Conversions

    If you or your business are looking to interchange fresh onions with dehydrated onions below you will find appropriate conversions. 1 average onion = 1 teaspoon (tsp) dried onion or 1 teaspoon (tsp) onion powder or 1 teaspoon (tsp) granulated onion

    Didn't find what you were looking for?

    Contact us at OlamSpices-CustomerSupport@olamnet.com or through LiveChat


    Where is onion cultivated?

    Among the most widely cultivated species of Allium, onions are produced in 170 countries around the world for domestic use or trade. Every year 9.2 million acres are harvested around the world. Much of this general production is done in the U.S., China and India, which are the three primary sources for the world’s onion.

    Here at Olam, we source all of our onions from three growing regions in the western United States, the San Joaquin Valley, Imperial Valley and Tulelake.

    Applications of bulk onion

    So, what can onions be used for? Onions have many applications, including:

    • Add chopped onions to soups, sauces, and stews for fresh flavor
    • Diced onions make great additions to dips and condiments
    • Rehydrate chopped onion pieces to add on sandwiches, burgers and pizza
    • Granulated onion powder can be used like salt in dressings and marinades
    • Minced onions can be added to hamburger patties, sausages, meatballs, meat substitute and more for flavorful texture and taste

    History of onions

    For over 5,500 years, onions have been a primary vegetable all over the world. Originating in central Asia, scientists believe the onion was domesticated by Babylonians in central Asia, the Middle East, and countries like Iran and West Pakistan. As soon as organized onion cultivation started, many civilizations became dependent on the flavorful, durable, and easy-to-grow onion. Onions also have many medicinal properties, such as containing antioxidants and compounds that fight inflammation, which has made it very beneficial across history.

    As the cultivation of onions spread to the four corners of the globe, it has been widely grown in many different soil types and regions throughout the world. In fact, according to some records, onions were the first vegetable ever to be planted in North America by the colonists.

    Onion Conversions

    If you or your business are looking to interchange fresh onions with dehydrated onions below you will find appropriate conversions. 1 average onion = 1 teaspoon (tsp) dried onion or 1 teaspoon (tsp) onion powder or 1 teaspoon (tsp) granulated onion