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All about Marjoram
Sweet subtle oregano-like herb that twirls lightly and treads softly
German - Dried marjoram is a popular addition to Greek salad dressings, meat dishes, and preserved meats such as German sausage.
French - Marjoram can be found as an ingredient in many French beef, lamb, and veal dishes.
Mediterranean - This light lemony herb is common in Mediterranean dishes – vegetables, tomatoes, lemon, dipping oil, fish, duck, mushrooms, most meats...
1/3 tsp dried marjoram = 1 tsp fresh marjoram
Organic Greek Seasoning, Organic Poultry Seasoning
In response to concerns over food safety, many in the spice industry are taking measures to provide you with the information you seek. While testing has always been conducted, certificates of analysis (COAs) are now accompanying most products through the supply chain. COAs identify country of origin, certifications, best by dates, and information on product testing.
As of August 2022, Smith & Truslow spice jar labels have “best by” dates (as opposed to “packaged on” dates), and include lot numbers that correspond to the COA for the enclosed spice or herb. If you would like to review the COA for the lot we are currently selling, or for one that you have already purchased, please send an email to: [email protected]. Be sure to indicate 1) the spice name, and 2) the lot number, and we’ll respond with a PDF of the COA, as is available.
Organic Marjoram, test results for current lot# 002-HMARJ-4443
|Lead||0.74 ppm||< 5 ppm|
|Arsenic||0.25 ppm||< 2 ppm|
|Cadmium||0.01 ppm||< 2 ppm|
|Mercury||0.03 ppm||< 1 ppm|
|Combined||1.03 ppm||< 10 ppm|
|*FDA 2021 spec, except for cadmium which is not currently FDA regulated.