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Effects of Oregano, Cinnamon, and Sweet Fennel Essential Oils and Their Blends on Foodborne Microorganisms
Herbs are an ancient category of the plant world. Found almost everywhere, herbs have been defined generally as “the useful plants.” Besides adding beauty, herbs are used for cooking, making scents and perfumes, practicing aromatherapy, herbal healing in folklore and in modern medicine, and attracting bees and butterflies to the garden.
Antibacterial Activity of Mexican Oregano Essential Oil (Lippia berlandieri) against the Phytopathogenic Bacterium Xanthomonas euvesicatoria
Actividad Antibacteriana del Aceite Esencial de Oégano (Lippia berlandieri) Contra la Bacteria Fitopatógena Xanthomonas Euvesicatoria
Secado Solar, Valor Agregado para Pequeños Productores de Oregano en el Alto Valle de Río Negro, Argentina
Inspired by TV chefs, health-conscious German consumers are increasingly choosing fresh herbs to spice up their dishes. An interest in Mediterranean cooking and fresh herbal teas is opening up the market for basil, rosemary, oregano and mint, while chives have long been popular in German cuisine.
In addition to providing information on the German market for fresh herbs in general, this factsheet focuses on 5 specific herbs (see overview below):
The European demand for fresh herbs is increasing. Fresh herbs such as basil, chives and mint thrive with the consumer trend of buying natural and the appreciation of culinary experiences. Opportunities for producers and exporters in developing countries are most prominent during the off season. However, suppliers are expected to maintain excellent product quality and high standard packaging.
Desarrollo de un Recubrimiento con Efecto Antifungico y Antibacterial a Base de Aceite Esencial de Orégeno para Conservación de Papaya ‘Maradol’