SPZ.0404.0030 SPZ.0404.0030
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Lemon Powder

Net weight: 30 g - 1 oz



Lemon Powder represents the pinnacle of natural flavours and is the perfect solution for those looking for a burst of freshness and authentic taste in their culinary creations. Obtained from carefully selected lemons grown according to sustainable agricultural practices, this product stands out for its ability to preserve the organoleptic characteristics of fresh fruit, thanks to a gentle drying process that respects natural life cycles and rhythms.

Free from chemical fertilisers and pesticides, Lemon Powder guarantees a pure and unadulterated taste experience, ideal for adding a citrus touch to sweet and savoury dishes, drinks and a wide range of gastronomic preparations. 

This versatile ingredient is an excellent choice for professional chefs and cooking enthusiasts who not only want to enhance the flavour of their creations, but are also committed to using ethical and environmentally friendly products. So Lemon Powder is more than just an ingredient: it's a commitment to quality, sustainability and the preservation of agricultural traditions, offering consumers the chance to bring the authentic and vibrant taste of the finest lemons to the table in a convenient and ready-to-use form.

COD: SPZ.0404.0030
EAN: 8052570772094
Nutritional values
Average values ​​for 100 gr
Energy value
188 kJ - 45 kcal
1,2 g
of which saturated
0 g
64 g
of which sugars
25 g
6 g
17 g
0,02 g

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The Lemon: A journey through time as a natural preservative

At the heart of culinary traditions and food preservation techniques around the world, the lemon reveals a fascinating historical role that goes beyond its use as a fresh ingredient or source of vitamins: its ancient function as a natural preservative. This citrus fruit, with its distinctive flavour and ability to withstand the test of time, has played a crucial role in past eras, especially when modern refrigeration was still a long way off.

The preservative magic of lemons lies in their high acidity, which helps to inhibit the growth of bacteria and micro-organisms responsible for food spoilage. Marinating meat and fish in lemon juice or using it in sauces and condiments was not just a matter of taste, but a necessity to keep food fresh and safe. This use of the lemon as a natural preservation method opens a window on the ingenious practices of ancient civilisations, which exploited the unique properties of this citrus fruit to ensure a safe diet.

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Benefits and properties of lemon

Lemon is known to be a real health powerhouse, thanks to its high levels of vitamin C, antioxidants and essential nutrients. A symbol of freshness and purity, this citrus fruit plays a vital role in boosting the immune system, helping the body to fight off colds and flu. Vitamin C and the flavonoids found in lemons help to prevent chronic diseases and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

In addition to its antioxidant properties, lemon aids digestion and can have a positive effect on metabolism, helping to lose weight when incorporated into a balanced diet. Its natural diuretic action helps the body to eliminate toxins, promoting a healthy urinary system. Lemon is also a source of potassium, important for heart health and blood pressure regulation, and vitamin C, essential for skin health, stimulating collagen production and fighting free radical damage.

Culinary uses of lemon powder

Lemon powder, obtained by drying and grinding lemon peel and/or juice, is a versatile ingredient that can add a touch of freshness and flavour to many dishes, both sweet and savoury. This powder concentrates all the benefits and aromatic properties of lemon, making it ideal for a wide range of culinary applications. In confectionery, it adds an intense citrus note to cakes, biscuits and desserts, balancing the sweetness with its characteristic acidity.

When preparing savoury dishes, Lemon Powder can be used to season salads, meat, fish and seafood, providing a lively and refreshing note that enhances the natural flavours of the food. It is also perfect for adding flavour to marinades, vinaigrettes and sauces, transforming simple recipes into dishes rich in flavour and aroma.

The use of lemon powder is not limited to traditional cooking; it also finds its place in mixology, where it can be used to add a citrus twist to cocktails and soft drinks. Its easy preservation and long shelf life make it a practical alternative to fresh lemon, allowing chefs and bartenders to experiment creatively without sacrificing the freshness and aromatic power of lemon.