Ingredients: Mediterranean Oregano Leaves. From Greek Oros “mountain”, ganousthai “delight in”, because oregano prefers higher altitudes in Mediterranean climates. Also known as "Wild Marjoram", oregano, a member of the mint family, yields a robust, full flavour with a slightly bitter and peppery taste.
Sometimes referred to as 'Pizza Spice', you can add it to tomato dishes, pasta sauces, Italian recipes, lamb, pork and stews. To release or accentuate its flavor, crush Oregano by hand or with a mortar and pestle before using it in your recipes.