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100% Natural Spices
100% Natural
Pure and unadulterated
Pure and Unadulterated
Cholesterol Free Herbs
Cholesterol Free
Gluten Free Spices
Gluten Free
No trans fats
No trans fats
No genetically modified organisms
No genetically modified organisms
No added chemicals or preservatives
No added chemicals or preservatives

Oregano is an important cooking herb, used across a wide range of cuisines. Unlike most herbs, Oregano is preferred dry as opposed to fresh, as it's flavours are more concentrated in the dried flake form. It's highly aromatic, with a herbal and slight bitter taste. Regency Oregano is made from 100 percent dried oregano leaves.

Oregano Cooking Notes
Cuisine Turkish, Philippine, Italian, American, Greek, Egyptian, Lebanese, Spanish, Palestinian, Syrian, Latin-American
Food Pairings Pizza, pasta, mutton, lamb, kebab, barbeque, paprika, greek salad, fish, grilled vegetables and meats.
Flavour / Tastes Like Bay Leaves, Herbal, Coriander
Serving size 0.5 grams to 1 gram
Recipes Za’atar,
Peri Peri Masala Chips,
Fettucine Alfredo with Blackened Chicken,
Fish Tacos,
Tomato & Basil Bisque,
Doner Kebab,
Herby Pizza Crust,
Spicy Taco Rice
Oregano Technical Notes
Origin Turkey
Quality* Grade AA, 2.5-3.5%+ volatile oil
Industry Knowledge Oregano is known worldwide as one of the staple herbs of a kitchen spice and herb rack. In modern cooking, it's most popular in Italian-American cuisine. The history behind this change is highly interesting, as it was brought about in World War II. Soldier's returning from Europe brought back Oregano as "the Pizza herb", as it mimicked the essense of traditional Italian pizza flavour. The herb is also popularly used in Middle Eastern cuisine such as Greek, Lebanese and Turkish, which is where the herb originated centuries ago.
In industry, Oregano is sold on the basis of it's volatile oil content, as with most other herbs. Each herb's unique volatile oil content is what gives them their flavour. The greater the volatile oil, the more flavour in each Oregano leaf. Besides examining the uniqueness of each variety of Oregano, we also pay attention to making sure that we get the highest quality of the best tasting variety. Hence at Regency, we've settled on the highest naturally possible grade that Turkish Oregano leaves can attain. These sometimes get unbelievably intense, at 3% oil or more, and average around 2.5-2.7%, as they are naturally grown and processed. Learn more about Oregano.
Also known as Origanum vulgare
**Special Note

For 1kg option, product will be packed in vacuum-sealed transparent bag, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

For 25kg bulk carton, product will be packed in plastic bags inside cartons, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

Please call before placing order to check we have stock. Our wholesale and bulk sales exist online as well as offline. In rare cases, this means our stock on our store online may not be accurate, and there may be a delay in delivering your order. Wholesale packs we can usually deliver next day, and bulk packs usually within 3-5 days subject to stock. In rare cases where we are out of stock or product is out of season, delivery time can take a few weeks for our factory to process and ship goods.

Oregano Health Benefits (government sources only)
Nutrition Facts Values per 100g:
Energy: 265kcal
Protein: 9g
Total fat: 4.28g
- Saturated fat: 1.55g
- Trans fat: 0g
Carbohydrate: 68.9g
Sugar: 4.09g
Sodium: 25g

High in: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Vitamin A, Vitamin K.

*Industry specific terminology.

Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals.

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