A perfect and subtle balance of sweet, spicy, bold, and earthy.

This hardy herb is used in Italian, Greek, Spanish, Mexican, and Cuban cuisines.

We don’t like to brag, but when we say our oregano is as good as it gets, we mean it. A retired teacher’s father brought it over from Sicily, Italy, so it’s got an incredible heritage. You’re probably used to using oregano in many traditional Italian dishes and tomato-based sauces, but it also pairs well with the hot and spicy foods that are popular in southern Italy. But as one of the most versatile herbs, it’s fantastic in quiches, frittata, vegetables, and even as a bread flavoring. It’s another star all-rounder.

With over 20 varieties of culinary herbs to choose from year-round, you’ll always have what you need to make every meal exquisite.