Spice Islands has been around for over 75 years allowing home cooks and master chefs to explore and share new flavors, recipes and cuisines with family, friends and customers. Many spices are bought whole and milled by Spice Islands in their facility to release their rich flavors and capture them in each bottle. Spice Islands has cultivated long term relationships with farmers across the world and because of this they are able to handpick many of the spices, maintaining traditions of drying many of them in the sun.
When cooking, seasoning the food is critical to how well it turns out. Since I do not have a garden to grow my own fresh herbs and spices I want to make sure that when I purchase them at the store they are as fragrant and fresh as possible. This is evident in the Spice Islands products without even opening the jar by just looking at the color. As spices age and make contact with air their color dulls. As you can see in the pic above the Dill Weed and Bay Leaves are still a vibrant green, the Cinnamon and Cinnamon Sticks still have their rich reddish orange color. I love that Spice Islands products come in glass jars instead of plastic, this just helps maintain the quality of the spice and keeps in all those natural oils. flavors and aromas.
In addition to spices and seasonings, Spice Islands also offers Organic products, gourmet seasoning, extracts, grinders, holiday kits and more. Check out the extensive recipe section at SpiceIslands.com today and find that next great meal for your family and head to the store to pickup the needed spices and seasonings and experience the difference of Spice Islands.
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