Mayonnaise: The Taste Will Always Be Better With It

Posted by Admin on April, 28, 2015

Mayonnaise, also popularly called as Mayo is mostly used as a condiment, dip or sauce with different types of cuisines and dishes across the globe. Mayonnaise is basically made out of oil, egg yolks, and few other components, but nowadays Egg-less Mayonnaise are also available which are also known as Veg Mayonnaise. Few quality Veg Mayonnaise Manufacturers and Veg Mayonnaise Exporters are based in Mumbai, India who produce some of the best Egg-less Mayonnaise.

Few Facts about Mayonnaise

  1. Mayonnaise contains sucrose, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, thickeners, flavor enhancers; etc which is why it’s fat and sugar content is low.
  2. Veg Mayonnaise is an option for people who want to avoid animal fat and cholesterol. People who are allergic to eggs and vegetarians can always opt for Veg Mayonnaise which gives the same taste and flavor of Mayonnaise made out of eggs.
  3. Veg Mayonnaise is a good source of protein, vitamins and many other nutrients. It can be considered as a very healthy food item that can be consumed with a variety of dishes.
  4. Mayonnaise is also used as a base for many chilled sauces and salad dressing.
  5. Typically Mayonnaise contains about 80% of vegetable oil, and 7-8% of water. The rest is vinegar, salt and sugar. Mayonnaise that is low in fat contains about 50% of vegetable oil, and the water ratio is increased to about 35%.


Mayonnaise is majorly used in countries like Chile, which is the third largest consumer of Mayonnaise in the world. It is used for making French Fries and different types of salads in Chile. It is also used extensively in Europe mostly with French fries, chips, hard boiled eggs, etc. Mayonnaise has been consumed since a long time in North American countries, Japan, Russia and China. Although it is produced all over the world, Indian Veg Mayonnaise Manufacturers in particular are well known for their top notch quality egg-less Mayonnaise.



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