Organic Dijon Mustard

9 oz bottle

Retail Price: $4.69


Our Price: $3.25 (Save 31%)

9 oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

Annie’s® Organic Dijon Mustard boasts all the French country flavor and tangy gourmet taste mustard fans love—with a zesty, sharp bite and distinct stone ground texture to boot.
SKU: 092325222236

About This Brand

Annie Withey started Annie’s Homegrown with a one mission: to create tasty organic food that wouldn’t break your bank. With her partner Andrew Martin, they launched the company in 1989 and are known for providing people with healthy and delicious macaroni and cheese. Almost 30 years later, Annie’s Homegrown has emerged as a clear leader in affordable, natural, organic, comfort foods. The start of Annie’s Homegrown During the 1990s, Annie’s Homegrown got their start by selling their homemade mac and cheese to independently owned natural food shops and regional supermarkets in the New England area. Slowly but surely, the buzz around Annie’s food grew as they amassed a large following by word of mouth. The rise of Annie’s Homegrown Annie’s customers were so passionate, they collectively bought a small minority share of the company in the mid 90s. That influx of cash directly from their fans enabled Annie’s Homegrown to to increase production. Absolute...
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Ingredients

*Distilled white vinegar, water, *mustard seed, sea salt, *clove. *organic ingredients.


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Serving Size 1 tsp (5g) Servings Per Container About 51

Amount Per Serving

Calories 5

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Sodium 120mg 5%
Total Carbohydrate 1g 0%
Protein 0g

Reviews For Organic Dijon Mustard

Based on 7 Reviews

Tasty

Have ordered this twice and just love the taste

- Leslie

Nice Mustard

For me it was the right combination of graininess and pungent mustard. Mild but lovely.

- Denise

annies dijon

haven't used it yet.

- Elizabeth kemp

Dijon Mustard okay

This mustard was good but I still like Grey Poupon Country mustard better. This company would do good to come out with some different flavors such as country or may dijonaise.

- Karen

GF mustard

I think this is a perfect dijon mustard, because it's strong enough that you taste the flavors you expect, but not so strong that it drowns out whatever it is that you are eating. I like it on my pita sandwiches, and I even mix it up with some organic honey to make a cool dip for my homemade pretzels.

- James.Dudley2000

Pungent flavor

I like a strong dijon mustard, and this is one of the strongest out there. There aren't many things in this mustard, white vinegar, water, mustard seed, salt and clove. It's a classic dijon that I used on salads, sandwiches and even as an additive to sauces and stews. It's good enough to also eat out of the jar if you just want your mouth to explode with that unmistakable flavor.

- Carol White

Love this stuff!

I've used lots of standard brands, but found this dijon mustard to have a clear dijon taste and consistency. Great in recipes.

- R. Hodges

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