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dehydrated garlic flakes

ProductDehydrated Garlic Flakes/Garlic Cloves
HS Code07129030
Packing20/25 Kgs PP Bag/Cartoon Box or Customized
Loading14 MTS (20 FT), 25 MTS (40FT)
AromaStrong Spicy 
Size8 – 15 mm
Shelf life2 Years in 5°C - 12°C Storage at Dry Place


        Ancient Indus valley civilization has discovered the medicinal attributes and savors the taste of garlic some 6000 years ago. Since then, India is one of the biggest producers and consumers of fresh garlic. Other ancient cultures like Egyptian, Jiahu (Chinese), Roman empire, etc., have also relied heavily on garlic for its medicinal benefits. In India, garlic is grown in almost all states and needs mid dry weather and suitable for most soils. However, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat produce a significant amount of fresh garlic. The Garlic (Allium sativum) is wildly cultivated vegetables of the Allium family. The compound bulb consists of 6 to 34 cloves, which are surrounded by a common thin, white, or purple papery sheet.

        The unique flavor and smell of the garlic is the primary reason for its widespread use and popularity. In the market, garlic is available in various forms, such as fresh, frozen, caramelized, canned, pickled, paste, and chopped forms. In many food items such as baked foods and soups, fresh garlic may not be suitable, and dehydrated garlic is preferred. The dry product is available in different forms, viz., cloves/flakes, minced, granulated, and powder forms. Dehydrated garlic products are an equal substitute to fresh ingredients, with a strong odor and long shelf life. The Sky Agri Export is India’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of Dehydrated Garlic flakes and its product. The utmost care and international quality standards are followed to prepare all its products right from the raw materials procuring stage to the packing and delivery of the finished items.

        For preserving the garlic over a longer time, the fresh garlic bulb is processed via the air-drying process, and the final product is commonly known as dehydrated garlic or dried garlic flakes. Initially, the fresh garlic is washed using the hypo treatment to reduces the bacterial content and then processed by the chopper/slicer machine. Thereafter, the sliced garlic is dried at different stages using the convection heat process at 40 to 55 ˚C by circulating hot air at 140 oC to 160 oC temperatures. Finally, it is passed via the air-cooling system to lower the temperature to 20˚C. This dried garlic is widely recognized as the dehydrated garlic cloves or simply garlic cloves. The dehydrated garlic flakes are vastly popular globally (mostly in the European nations, North America, and Middle East Africa) due to its strong and spicy aromatic flavor. The dried flakes have a shelf life of more than two years at 10-15 oC.

General Benefits of using Dehydrated Garlic Flakes

Due to lightweight, it is easy to store, pack, and transport.

It occupies lesser volumetric space than a clove of equivalent fresh garlic.

Because of its ready to use nature, i.e., no need to refrigerate, peel, or chop the dried garlic cloves. Hence, avoid hustles while chopping and skin peeling.

Because of its inherent preservative nature, it remains in fresh condition and can be used up to 24 months from the date of packaging, i.e., have a longer expiry period.

Chances of burning the garlic while cooking is relatively less, and it can be sauteed directly in butter or cooking oil for some time to get the brownish color.

Health/Medical benefits of garlic in day to day consumption

Garlic contains an arginine amino acid compound which releases nitric oxide (act as an anti-inflammatory) that relaxes blood vessels and lowers the blood pressure.

Dried garlic is good for digestion and checks stomach infection to a certain extent.

Garlic cloves reduce the risk of heart attack by controlling the low-density lipoprotein without effecting HDL (high-density lipoprotein) cholesterol.

The allicin compound of dried garlic cloves relieves sore throat & coughing symptoms and reduces asthma and other respiratory-related issues.

Garlic has antibacterial and antifungal characteristics that improve the immune functionalities and helps to prevent microbial, common cold, and flu infections.

Ajoene, a garlic-derived compound, has recently been shown to inhibit proliferation and induce apoptosis of human leukemia cells.

The sulfur compounds from garlic flakes enter the bloodstream from the digestive tract and spread all over the body, where it shows potent biological and purifying effects.

Uses of Dehydrated Garlic Flakes

These garlic variants are the perfect substitute for their fresh variant in the kitchens of home and restaurants. It has a specialty in the preparation of fast food and meat products.

With dried garlic flakes as seasonings in vegetable salads, gravies, hamburgers, and blends, enhance taste in fast food.

Suitable for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, which gives a definite savor to one’s day to day meals.

Dehydrated garlic flakes can be used in various pickles as a substance to heighten its flavor and simultaneously act as a preservative too.

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