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Organic oregano, organic basil, organic marjoram, organic sage, organic garlic.
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Reviews For Organic Italian Seasoning
Based on 9 Reviews
I sprinkle this on my salad every day. It is so fresh and delicious!
Wide Range of Uses
Organic italian seasoning is good for more than red sauce. It's great in gravies and sauces. It adds another layer of flavor used as an ingredient in a rub on meats. AND it's a Thrive Market product. Win, win.
Delicious Italian Seasonings, for half the price of a brick and mortar store! Fills a standard spice jar to the top with some left over (0.70 OZ). Will be buying again anytime I run out! Definitely recommend.
Good for the envirornment
I liked the idea that you can get such a good mixture and replenish your old spice jars instead of tossing more jars into the recylcing bin or landfill.
Organic Italian Seasoning
This is a nice blend! Worked well in my recipes.
- Deb U
Thrive Organic Italian Spice
Loved the aromatic experience while refilling the empty italian spice container. Use this every day. Love to add it to many savory dishes. Thanks Thrive Market for making it easy to keep organic spices on hand. When cooking begins with the best ingredients we eat our best.
When I was new to Thrive Market I replaced all my old gmo spices with lovely glass jars of organic spices. Now I am ordering the cellophane packs of Thrive Market brand spices to refill those lovely glass spice jars. Thanks Thrive Market for your great products that also serve to keep my kitchen organized.
Love this seasoning mix. It is a food group on our household. Makes me look like a good cook!
Used first in garlic bread ~ was a big hit. I am happy with the quality and freshness of these spices.
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