(22 g) net (€135.91/kg)
Oregano is the wild form of marjoram. Imported from Palestine, it has been found in Europe since ancient times, especially in Provence, which has become its adopted homeland. The name "oregano" comes from two Greek words: oros (mountain) and genos (brightness), because it is a beautiful, fragrant ornament of the sunny hillsides.
Very present in Mediterranean cuisine, oregano flavours meat dishes and salads and gives soups, tomato sauces and pizzas a touch of the south.
INGREDIENTS: MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF PEANUTS, SESAME, MUSTARD and CELERY.
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