Za’atar is a very aromatic, wild spice plant. The taste is a mixture of thyme, marjoran and oregano. The word za’atar from Arabic language means “thyme”. The herb is also known as “Syrian Marjoran”.
Our Zatar is a traditional spice mixture that is often served as a “breakfast spice” with bread, oil, hummus, salads, but also in marinades, dips, dressing or with vegetables.
Thyme leaves, roasted wheat, food salt, roasted sesame, samak , soy oil
How to store?
dry and cool
|Eggs||does not contain|
|Fish||does not contain|
|Cereals containing gluten||traces|
|Crustaceans||does not contain|
|Milk, Lactose||does not contain|
|Lupin||does not contain|
|Celery||does not contain|
|Mustard||does not contain|
|Sulphur Dioxide & Sulphites
(mehr als 10mg/kg oder 10 mg/l SO2)
|Molluscs||does not contain|
Average nutritional values per 100g
|Energy (in kj/kcal)||316/75.524|
|of which Saturates||0,1 g|
|of which Sugars||2,4 g|