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McCormick and Company

With our diverse and balanced flavor portfolio, we are ideally positioned to meet the increasing demand for flavor around the world.

Through every milestone in McCormick’s history, there’s a common thread: we’ve kept pushing to raise the art, science and passion of flavor to a higher level and improving the universal experience of eating, while always focusing on the importance of people.

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About the Brand

Our trend trackers, research chefs, flavor insight specialists and food technologists spend countless hours developing insights that shape tastes. McCormick works side-by-side with our food industry customers to co-create custom flavors and bring them to market. We take a global perspective, from the producers we work with and the communities we serve to the cultures and tastes we incorporate into our products.

Our work spans research on nutrition and links between emotions and flavor, forecasting global trends and developing the iconic flavors. We believe that how we perform as a company is directly related to how we operate as global citizens. McCormick believes in the Power of People and continually works to ensure all employees feel valued and respected. When we nourish the people who touch our business, we thrive. McCormick is committed to doing what’s right for communities, with a strong focus on those we serve and those from which we source.


How does McCormick label for gluten?
  • McCormick® will always declare gluten ingredients on our label in the ingredients statement. Gluten is listed as “wheat”, “barley”, “rye”, “oats”, “spelt”, “triticale”, “kamut” or any protein containing part thereof and hybridized strains of these grains in our ingredient statements. This labeling policy adheres to the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA). Gluten will never be hidden under the notations of “spices” or “natural flavors”. If no ingredient statement appears on the product label, then the product is as it appears in the product name (e.g. black pepper). All our retail Extracts and Food Colors are formulated without gluten. Our McCormick facilities have allergen, sanitation, and hygiene programs in place. Our employees follow good manufacturing practices and are trained in the importance of correct labeling and the necessity of performing thorough equipment clean-up and change over procedures to minimize cross-contact of ingredients. Because we are constantly improving our products, we do not offer a list of our products that do not currently contain glutens. We encourage you to read the ingredient statement on your package at the time of purchase to ensure accurate, up to date information. If any product has a Gluten Free claim, the product and the manufacturing line has been validated Gluten Free.
Can I order McCormick products from the website directly?
  • While we do not currently have a direct order service, most of our products can be purchased online. Just use the search feature on the top right-hand corner of our website to find the product page and click on the red “Where to Buy” box to find online retailers that carry the product and have it in stock.
Where can I find nutrition information for a McCormick product?
  • McCormick® has nutrition information posted on our product pages. Just visit the “Spices and Flavors” section of our website at
How can I get coupons for your products?
  • Thanks for your interest in our products! While we don’t mail out coupons, from time to time you will find sales on our products in your local grocery store, and we sometimes have digital coupons available on line and through some of the mobile coupon apps. Offering coupons through a variety of sources allows us to reach not only loyal fans like yourself, but also new consumers with the hope that they will try our products.
How much sodium is in your sea salt?
  • Sea salt has a similar level of sodium to table salt and is not recommended as a low salt substitute.
How should I store spices and herbs?
  • The following simple tips will prolong the life of your spices: • Store herbs and spices in a tightly capped container. • Keep spices and herbs away from heat, moisture and direct sunlight. Avoid storing over the stove, dishwasher, sink or near a window. • To minimize moisture and caking, use a dry measuring spoon and avoid sprinkling directly into a steaming pot. • Store members of the red pepper family, including paprika and chili powder, in the refrigerator to retain their color and freshness. • Freezing does not extend the shelf life of dried herbs and spices. Repeatedly removing the bottles from the freezer may cause condensation to form and accelerate the loss of flavor and aroma.

Brand Recipes

For a satisfying, cool and creamy treat, whip up this delicious smoothie which can be enjoyed as a meal, snack or dessert.
Spice up asparagus with a simple mixture of butter, McCormick® Allspice, Red Pepper, Garlic Powder and Sea Salt.
Creamy vanilla and white chocolate cheesecake sits atop a delicious chocolate cookie crust, filled with a sweetened rhubarb sauce.
Creamy vanilla and white chocolate cheesecake sits atop a delicious chocolate cookie crust, filled with a sweetened rhubarb sauce.
McCormick® Pure Lemon Extract adds bright flavor to the muffin-like base swirled with a rich cream cheese and studded with sweet-tart blueberries.
This fresh fruit salsa is perfect for summertime entertaining when lighter fare is called for.