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  • Zapata, A A. Calder6n, and A. Ros Barccl6 Anti -innanunatory Antioxidants from Trupic:! Hamblett, T. Hi ll. Jones, V. Sri nivasan, and P. Vari ations in spi ces C;l1l occur dependi ng on the region in which Ihey arc grown and the climatic condit ion This information j-. Although spices have long been used to help preserve food, it has not been known what components give the preservative eITect.

    With increasing interest in the use of food product s to help maintain health and prevent disease, spices may playa significtlnt role. J" spices ill di sease prevcntion. Thc American Spice Trauc Associati un was helpful in providing general information about spices and their usage.

    Spices: Flavor Chemistry and Antioxidant Properties (ACS Symposium)

    SARA J. Risch Science By DeSig n, North L'lke Shore Drive, , Chicago, IL Spices are used throughout the world to season food products and create the unique characteri st ic fl avors of different cuisi nes, Spices are grown primarily in tropical count ries although the United States has recently started growing a number of different spices to supply the domestic needs.

    The use of spices has increased significantly over the past few years, due in pan to the high level of interest in different types of foods that use a wide variety of spices. Interest is also developing in the ability of spices to act as antioxidants in addition to seasoning a product Spices have long been important for food products. It was found that small amounts or various plants could be used to enhance the flavor of a food and also served to help preserve that food.

    In somc cases spices wefe even used to mask spoilage or off-flavors in products. This use continued for centuries wi thout any real understanding of how the spices were being effective. People simply understood 1hat spices helped create a more desi rable taste in the foods that were being prepared.

    People also viewed spices as being imponant because in early history the entire ecollomy of many regions was based solely on spice trade. Spices were the major item of trade and the region that could control spice trade dominated as a world power. That situation has changed dramat ically with spices now accounting for less than 0.

    Other raw materials as well us processed foods account for a larger percent agc of world- wide trade than spices.

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    There are still several countries that rely heavily on the trade of a specific spice. In the production of clove account s for a large percentage of that country's economy. Tanzania grows about of tile world requirement for cloves.