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Dryfixes are produced from herb and spice extracts, which are then dispersed on to a carrier.

The carrier is either salt, rusk or dextrose depending on the application of the dryfix. As most dry fixes have no or little colour, they are often used where visual impact is not desired, for example, in the manufacture of sausages and white sauces. If the carrier is salt or dextrose, they are fully dispersible in liquid. Many oils and dressings use dryfixes for this very reason in their processing.

Due to the method of extracting the oils from herbs and spices, usually by steam distillation, the micro count is very low.

As dryfixes are made from extracts, consistency of flavour delivery and colour is more easily achievable.

About us

With a trading history dating back more than 300 years to the great fire of London in 1666, British Pepper and Spice is the leading manufacturer of herbs and spices in the UK.

We take a real pride in our heritage and look to combine this with the best of present day technologies to provide a unique vision of our markets - a vision which involves the sharing of knowledge, experience, and expertise.

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The British Pepper & Spice Company Limited
Rhosili Road, Brackmills,
Northampton, NN4 7AN

T: +44 (0)1604 766461
F: +44 (0)1604 763156
E: sales@britishpepper.co.uk

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