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Organic Oregano

  • Organic
  • Gluten-Free
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • Nut-Free

Organic Oregano


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All about Oregano


Organic oregano – warm and peppery, sometimes lemon-like, with a strong character and mild disposition

Country of Origin
Food Complements
Lamb, Beans, Chicken, Fish, Mushrooms, Pepper, Potatoes, Soups, Tomatoes, Zucchini, Pork, Pasta
Flavor Complements
basil, bay, chili, cinnamon, cumin, garlic, paprika, parsley, rosemary, sage, savory, thyme
To maximize freshness, store in a dark airtight container in a cool dry place. Once an herb is ground, flavor deteriorates with exposure to light, heat, air, humidity and time.
Refills arrive in air-tight plastic bags. Simply snip a corner of your bag, refill your Smith & Truslow jar, apply the new label and recycle the bag.

Cajun & Creole - You'll find oregano, along with basil and thyme, as a key ingredient in Creole seasoning.

Greek - Oregano can be found in many Greek recipes... in sauces, with meats, fish, cheese, egg dishes, salads, cheeses and vegetables. Whew!

Italian - While not as popular as basil and parsley, dried oregano is commonly employed in southern Italian and Sicilian dishes.

Mediterranean - Oregano grows wild throughout the Mediterranean, and is frequently used in many of the regions sauces and meat dishes.

Mexican - Due to the fact that it pairs well with peppers, oregano is found in many Mexican dishes. Chili, enchiladas, queso dip...

Spanish - Widely used in Spanish cooking, oregano is a staple in Spanish rice, as well as many marinades.


1 teaspoon dried oregano = 1 tablespoon freshly chopped oregano





In these Spice Blends

Organic Cajun Spice, Organic Chili Powder, Organic Coriander Fennel Rub, Organic Greek Seasoning, Organic Harissa, Organic Herbes Provencal, Organic Italian Seasoning, Organic Southwest Spice

In these Gift Sets

Bridal Bouquet, Fabulous Flavorites, Herb Monster, Italian Riviera, Mexican Standoff, Wedding Box

Health Benefits

Antibacterial, antioxidant, nutrient rich

Product Testing

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: 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.

Heavy Metals

Organic Oregano, test results for current lot# HOREG-293M

Results Specification*
Lead 1.7800 ppm < 5 ppm
Arsenic 1.0500 ppm < 2 ppm
Cadmium 0.1570 ppm < 2 ppm
Mercury 0.0155 ppm < 1 ppm
Combined 3.0025 ppm < 10 ppm
*FDA 2021 spec except for cadmium – not currently FDA regulated.


If ordering refill bags only, enter the code: REFILLS at checkout to save $2.00