Nutritional information per 100 g
Organic Thuringian marjoram, dried
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Item no214148
Energy
320 kcal / 1.344 kJ
Fat
7,0 g
- thereof saturated fatty acids
1,3 g
Carbohydrates
43 g
thereof sugar
42 g
Protein
13 g
Salt
0,20 g
Allergenic ingredients
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Organic Thuringian marjoram, dried

Organic products are cultivated and harvested with particular care and are synonymous with the gentle use of the landscape and raw materials as well as the highest quality. The chefs of the French Provence are the "Thyme Lords". They use it in many different ways: From roast venison to gherkins and herb liqueurs. Thyme also belongs to herbes de provence and to bouquet garni. Originally from the rocky pastures of the Western Mediterranean, it is now cultivated all over Europe. Thyme has a very intense, strongly aromatic, slightly spicy and bitter-sweet taste and is an excellent herb for hearty meat dishes. But it also adds a special seasoning note to many vegetable, mushroom and pulse recipes.
Organic Thuringian marjoram, dried
Organic products are cultivated and harvested with particular care and are synonymous with the gentle use of the landscape and raw materials as well as the highest quality. The chefs of the French Provence are the "Thyme Lords". They use it in many different ways: From roast venison to gherkins and herb liqueurs. Thyme also belongs to herbes de provence and to bouquet garni. Originally from the rocky pastures of the Western Mediterranean, it is now cultivated all over Europe. Thyme has a very intense, strongly aromatic, slightly spicy and bitter-sweet taste and is an excellent herb for hearty meat dishes. But it also adds a special seasoning note to many vegetable, mushroom and pulse recipes.
Organic Thuringian marjoram, dried

Product information

Art.no.214148
Culinary definition
ideal for soups, stews, casseroles, legumes and vegetables
Storage
Keep closed and store in a dry place!
Packing
Aroma Safe 470 ml
Net weight 40 g
EU agriculture
The German organic seal