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24 Herbs & Spices

Sprinkle Seasoning

A jar of goodness, and your new spice rack staple. Amplify the flavour of any dish with this ultimate seasoning that blends 24 of the most nutritious and delicious herbs and spices under the sun.

The benefits.

  • Helps to fight inflammation (antioxidants in herbs)
  • Aids digestive health (fibre and prebiotics in onion and garlic)
  • Assists in boosting overall health (vitamin C in onion, thyme and red bell pepper)
  • Plays an important role in bone health and wound healing (vitamin K in parsley and red bell pepper)

What goes in.

Organic rosemary, organic onion, organic garlic, organic thyme, organic red bell pepper, organic carrot, organic tomato, organic black pepper, organic basil, Bragg organic extra virgin olive oil, organic parsley, organic tarragon, organic lemon peel, organic orange peel, Bragg organic apple cider vinegar, organic celery seed, organic dill seed, organic oregano, organic savory, organic sage, organic ginger, organic coriander, organic bay leaf, organic turmeric.

What's kept out.

Artificial colours, fillers and additives.

Did you know?

Did you know many commercial brands sneak unwelcome ingredients into their spices? Plant husks, cheaper seeds and other fillers are sometimes used to bulk up a spice, while industrial dyes and chromate may be added to amplify the colour.


Born in the USA.

Hot tip.

Leading a low-salt lifestyle? Keep a jar of Bragg’s sprinkle on standby. It’s especially suited for those who need to watch their sodium intake but don’t want to scrimp on flavour.


When Paul C. Bragg founded his company in 1912, he probably didn’t expect it to be one of the most respected health organisations over 100 years later. Thankfully, his daughter Patricia Bragg N.D. Ph.D has continued his legacy, spreading the gospel of good health, happiness and love with a range of healthy products and a library of self-help books. The Bragg Health Foundation is creating change on a global scale, too: it supports community health lectures, funds and produces health books, creates educational programs and provides scholarships for naturopathic medicine – all in the name of inspiring and educating people to adopt a healthier, happier lifestyle.