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  • Fresh Frozen Coriander Cuts
  • Fresh Frozen Coriander Cuts
  • Fresh Frozen Coriander Cuts
Fresh Frozen Coriander Cuts
Item Code: GT1015
Port: Xiamen, Qingdao
Payment: L/C, D/P
Color: Green
Lead Time: 2-3 weeks from order confirmation
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Fresh Frozen Coriander Cuts


 Process Method  IQF
 Size  Length=2-4cm or as per requirement
 Brand  Greentree or OEM
 Crop Season  Jan-Mar
 Package  1*10kgs or as per request
 Shelf Life  2 years
 Certificates  HACCP, ISO, BRC, KOSHER, Non-GMO etc.
 Exported Market  EU, USA., etc


Frozen Coriander Cuts are prepared from safe and fresh raw coriander also known as cilantro. Through washing, cleaning, sorting, chopping, blanching, and are freezing in accordance with good manufacturing procedure (GMP) and HACCP, ISO, HALAL, BRC system, packaging and storage under conditions of stringent hygiene.


IQF Coriander Cuts, which chopped in uniform size of 2-4cm, well trimmed, with fresh smell, fruity taste, with a hint of orange peel and ginger. free from decay and damage, preserves fresh-picked flavor aroma and color resulting in herbs that are fresher than fresh and ready for using as a seasoning herb.

Coriander Nutritional Facts and Benefits

Raw Coriander Nutrition FactsCoriander carries many notable plant derived chemical compounds that are known to have disease preventing and health promoting properties. Coriander is the good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, along with phosphorus, potassium, zinc, dietary fiber, calcium, iron, and magnesium.

1) Skin Health: Coriander is used both internally and externally as a remedy for skin irritations. One of the 11 components of the essential oils and linoleic acid, are both present in coriander help to reduce the swelling.

2) Eye Health: Vitamin A found in coriander has excellent health effects on eyes. Nutritionists have recommended foods rich in vitamin A to protect against eye diseases including age-related macular degeneration. 

3) Some of the acids present in coriander, like linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and ascorbic acid are very effective in reducing LDL or "bad cholesterol" levels in the blood.

4) Some of the components of essential oils found in coriander such as Borneol and Linalool, aid in digestion, proper functioning of the liver and bonding of bowels, while also helping to reduce diarrhea. It is also helpful in curing diarrhea caused by microbial and fungal action, since components like Cineole, Borneol, Limonene, Alpha-pinene & beta-phelandrene have antibacterial effects.

5) Coriander is also increasingly popular as a means of preventing nausea, vomiting, and other stomach disorders. Its wealth of bioactive compounds means that new health benefits are always being discovered in this power-packed plant.

6) Coriander is often used as an antiseptic component of all-natural toothpastes. In fact, before the invention of toothpaste, people would chew on coriander seeds to reduce mouth ulcers and bad breath! Additionally, other components have antimicrobial and healing effects which keep wounds and ulcers in the mouth from worsening.

7) Coriander is a good source of vitamin K. Health effects of taking sufficient vitamin K include increase of osteotrophic activity in your bones and slow down of neuronal damage of brain among Alzheimer’s disease patients.

8) Multiple studies have shown coriander to have strong anti-histamine properties to combat Salmonella, enterobacteria that can reduce the uncomfortable affects of seasonal allergies and typhoid fever.

9) Coriander is a good source of minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that help regulate heart rate and blood pressure. Iron is essential for red blood cell production. Manganese is used by the body as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.

How to Use Coriander

Cilantro is one of the popular herb which commonly recognized as leaf-coriander in Asia. It is widely employed in savory dishes in almost all parts of the world. Both its leaves as well as seeds can be used in Culinary and medicinal. Coriander leaves generally used just before preparing recipes in order to enhances flavor and taste of vegetable, chicken, fish and meat dishes. Add leaves to stir-fries just before serving. Sprinkle whole or scissored leaves on spicy soups such as lentil or black bean. Chopped and sautéed coriander leaves are a great addition in green salad, pasta and sandwiches.


All year around 

Stored and Transport

Best Before : 2 years

Cleanly stored and transported at or under temperature of -18℃. Consume immediately once defrosted.

Microbilogical Standard

Total Plate Count(TPC)          <100000cfu/g                            E.coli                                   Negative                          Coliform                               <100cfu/g                                  Yeast                                  <200cfu/g                        Mould                               <100cfu/g                              Staphylococcus aureus         Negative                       Salmonella                            Absent/25g                                Listeria                                 Absent/25g

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