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Mobile Foodie Survival Spice Kit

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Mobile Foodie Survival Spice Kit

Made in USA - Poughkeepsie, New York

Have Spices, Will Travel

A pocket-size set of organic seasonings that are essential for any foodie on the go. This USA made kit includes thirteen organic herbs and spices, plus wasabi powder for that special Japanese kick.

13 Spice Kit includes: organic basil, organic cayenne, organic curry, organic dill, organic granulated garlic, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic oregano, organic thyme, organic granulated onion, sea salt, organic black pepper, and wasabi powder.

All the organic herbs and spices are 100% USDA-Certified Organic, meaning they are certified by the US Department of Agriculture as products that are grown entirely without antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, irradiation or bioengineering.

Containers are BPA-free and fully recyclable, and tubes are made of post-consumer recycled paperboard. Dimensions: 9″ long x 1.5″ in diameter

The organic Spice Kits are assembled by a team of adults with physical and medical handicaps at the Mid-Hudson Workshop for the Disabled. Mid-Hudson’s goal is to provide meaningful work for the Mid-Hudson New York area’s disabled population.

Made in USA

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