A meal without herbs and spices is naked!

Herbs and spices make food tastier while boosting your health, so you should be cooking with herbs and spices regularly, and if possible, using several at a time. Adding herbs and spices to your diet makes it easier to cut back on less healthy ingredients like salt, sugar, and added fat.

Herbs, like basil, are plant based, while spices, like cinnamon, are usually made from the seeds, berries, bark, or roots of a plant. Both are used to flavour food, but research shows they’re full of healthy compounds and may have health benefits.

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  • Cayenne Pepper 100g

    Cayenne Pepper 100g

    A blend of chilli and paprika , Cayenne Pepper has a pungent, fiery hot flavour and is great in sweet & savoury dishes, adding a touch of zest and spice. Learn More
  • Paprika Smoked 100g

    Paprika Smoked 100g

    Rich in colour and flavour, smoked paprika is THE spice to add depth to your cooking Learn More
  • Mixed Herbs 100g

    Mixed Herbs 100g

    Take the guesswork out of seasoning with this blend of mixed of traditional herbs, great for livening up any dish. Learn More
  • Sage Rubbed 100g

    Sage Rubbed 100g

    A savoury and slightly peppery flavour traditionally used in stuffings and with pork. Learn More
  • Caraway Seeds 100g

    Caraway Seeds 100g

    Caraway Seeds have been used throughout the ages for their distinct anise flavour. Learn More
  • Mixed Spice 100g

    Mixed Spice 100g

    Our mixed spice blend gives you the perfect balance of fragrant coriander, aromatic cassia, distinctive fennel and just a touch of exotic nutmeg, warming ginger and cloves. Learn More
  • Nutmeg Ground 100g

    Nutmeg Ground 100g

    Nutmeg has an aromatic, sweet, warm and rich flavour. Used sparingly it adds character to sweet and savoury sauces. Learn More
  • Mace Blades 100g

    Mace Blades 100g

    Mace Blades come from the membrane that grows around the nutmeg seed and has a lighter and more delicate aroma and flavour than nutmeg. Learn More

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