- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Gluten free
- Ethically Sourced
- Sustainably farmed
- Dye and color additive free
- Low fat
- Low sodium
- No added sugar or sweeteners
- No artificial ingredients
- Pesticide free
- Preservative free
- Salt free
- Soy free
Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Organic turmeric root, organic coriander seed, organic cumin seed, sea salt, organic ginger root, organic fenugreek seed, organic cayenne pepper, organic cinnamon, organic cardamom, organic cloves, organic nutmeg.
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Reviews For Organic Curry Powder
Based on 5 Reviews
Organic Curry Powder
This is wonderful. The flavor is outstanding, and the aroma is fantastic.
great taste! happy that it has no gmo in it as well!
Delish and high quality taste
This surpasses the Curry powder i pick up at healthy stores. I gave it to someone to try out and they used it to make some curry soup and chicken and it was noticeably tastier. Other people even commented saying that it was something different about the taste - and that it was GOOD change. I'm purchasing more :)
Thrive Market Organic Curry Powder
I have a friend who is picky about curry powder, and only makes her own. But she says this is superb. I and my family really like it.
Excited for competitively priced curry powder that is kosher and a plus that it is organic!
Glad I saved some old spice jars, this comes in a plastic resealable pouch.
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