Spice is nice! The magic of seasoning


Cumin, derived from the dried seeds of Cuminum cyminum, a relative of parsley, offers a rich, warm, earthy flavor similar to caraway seeds. Whether using whole seeds or ground into a fine powder, cumin is a versatile spice with a shelf life of up to four years.

Popular in North African, Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican cuisines, cumin adds depth and crunch to dishes when toasted and fried. Ground cumin saves time and is an essential component of rubs and spice blends, making it a versatile addition to your kitchen. What’s more, studies suggest that cumin is a source of beneficial antioxidants.

Indulge in the enticing flavors of cumin in dishes like these Better-for-You Loaded Nachos.