Little Spicely Spices

These are another find. The boxes are tiny, about an inch wide. They hold less than half an ounce, depending on the spice. I was drawn to them because of the size. I have never in my life used all of a bottle of cloves or allspice or nutmeg (and others!) before they ended up in the trash after years of sitting on the shelf. And I use spices every day, lots of them.

Spicely Spices are also:

  • Organic
  • No salt
  • No MSG
  • No artificial color
  • No preservatives
  • No GMOs
  • Not irradiated (most non-organic spices are)
  • No peanuts, soybeans, milk, eggs, fish, crustacea, tree nuts, wheat

That’s what it said on the box. Minimally packaged too. I paid $2.99 each.

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3 thoughts on “Little Spicely Spices

  1. Marj

    This is a Christmas present, a dream come true! I’m very tired of tossing barely used containers of spices. In looking at their site it seems there is no mail order so it will require at least a 50 mile drive for me, but doable combined with other shopping. Great to know. Not only that, I’ve read that spices can be contaminated with insect parts, etc., and at least this one looks as though they’re trying to keep products pure.

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    1. Bix Post author

      Bug parts! Spices have become like dietary supplements, you don’t know what you’re getting. Or, at least, that’s how I’ve come to view them.

      I bought these at Whole Foods. The only foods I buy there anymore are bulk rice and beans, and some of their store-brand frozen vegetables. These were on a rack set up for Christmas, so I fear it will go away after the Holidays. I would have to mail order then, but no one sells them online at this low price!

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  2. sonny

    I have bought these spices and have found bugs in them more than once. Also the quality seems inconsistent. The flavor and freshness varies greatly between batches. Bummer, because I like that they are gluten free certified, but the quality is always sub standard. I don’t think they are handling their business with the quality controls they should.

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