Our passion for flavor

Flavor is at the heart of everything we do. We offer flavor expertise and insights that help propel the food industry, and our work inspires great-tasting, healthy food choices.

Certified Paleo & PaleoVegan:

McCormick® All Purpose Seasonings

Garlic, Herb, Black Pepper and Sea Salt – Reach for Garlic Herb Black Pepper and Sea Salt All Purpose Seasoning any time you want to bring classic flavor to life in your everyday dishes. We’ve taken the care to pre-mix complementary herbs and spices for use with chicken and pork, or stirred into vinaigrettes and marinara sauce.

Garlic, Onion, Black Pepper and Sea Salt – Fish, pork and potatoes love the garlicky, herby heat of Garlic Onion Black Pepper and Sea Salt All Purpose Seasoning. A shake here, and a shake there (you don’t even have to measure!) gives mealtime staples a welcome flavor boost.

Crushed Red Pepper, Oregano and Garlic – Add craveable taste to any dish with Crushed Red Pepper Oregano and Garlic All Purpose Seasoning. Featuring a unique blend of sweet and slightly spicy herbs and spices, this exciting ingredient dials up the flavor on beef, chicken and vegetables.

Basil, Oregano, Garlic and Sea Salt – Herby, slightly sweet and fragrant, our Basil Oregano Garlic and Sea Salt All Purpose Seasoning is a perfect match for your go-to Italian dishes. Sprinkle it into pasta sauce, on top of pizza or inside of a calzone.

Himalayan Pink Salt, Black Pepper and Garlic – Himalayan Pink Salt Black Pepper and Garlic All Purpose Seasoning was made for your pantry. With its unique blend of garlicy meets citrusy and sweet, it’s got just the right flavors for beef, chicken, pork and more.

Everything Bagel Seasoning – Love the savory taste and crunchy texture of everything bagels? This seasoning mix brings you the irresistible flavors of garlic, onion & sesame. Great on bagels… and everything else!

Certified Paleo Friendly & PaleoVegan:

Thai Kitchen® Organic Coconut Milk

Thai Kitchen® Organic Coconut Milk is made from the pressing of fresh, ripe, organic coconut meat. Use for curries, satay sauces, baked or frozen desserts, and drinks.

Thai Kitchen® Organic Lite Coconut Milk has 60% less fat and calories than regular coconut milk and is made from the pressing of fresh, ripe organic coconut meat.

Thai Kitchen® Coconut Milk - Lite

Thai Kitchen® Lite Coconut Milk has 60% less calories and fat than regular coconut milk, and is made from the pressing of fresh, ripe coconut meat.

Thai Kitchen® Coconut Cream

Thai Kitchen® Coconut Cream is richer and thicker than traditional coconut milk. Use in place of coconut milk for more decadent curries, soups, and smoothies. It also makes a delicious, dairy-free alternative in your favorite recipes calling for cream or milk. Thai Kitchen® Coconut Cream is naturally gluten-free, processed without chemical additives, and vegan.

About McCormick Co.

Willoughby M. McCormick (1864–1932), started the business in Baltimore at age 25 in 1889. From one room and a cellar, the initial products were sold door-to-door and included root beer, flavoring extracts, fruit syrups and juices. Seven years later, McCormick bought the F.G. Emmett Spice Company and entered the spice industry. In 1903, Willoughby and his brother Roberdeau incorporated the company in Maine; it was reincorporated in Maryland in 1915.

Most of the company's assets and records were destroyed in the Great Baltimore Fire of February 1904, the third worst conflagration to hit an American city which over two days burned most of the city's central business district, north of the harbor waterfront with most of its then new rising skyscrapers. However, a new five-story building was erected on the same site within 10 months in 1905. Willoughby's nephew Charles P. McCormick (1896–1970), began working for the company in the summer of 1912, during his high school years at the all-boys third oldest secondary school in America, The Baltimore City College before graduating in 1915, and going on to The Johns Hopkins University in its first years at the new Homewood campus in north Baltimore, and was later elected to the company Board of Directors in 1925.

About Thai Kitchen

Thai Kitchen was founded in 1989 when Seth Jacobson made his first trip to Asia. It was during this first trip to Thailand that he fell in love with the land, the people and the cuisine. At an outdoor market in the center of a Thai village, he discovered the secret of why Thai cuisine is so astonishingly complex, rich and flavorful. The high quality of Thai cuisine was achieved by selecting and combining only the freshest ingredients without making any compromises. He noticed these authentic Thai dishes were made with an intricate combination of fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, tamarind, Thai sweet basil, galangal, fish sauce and jasmine rice.

Seth realized the Thai diet (based on grains, vegetables, herbs and spices) was perfectly positioned for the American market where consumers seek new exciting flavors and foods that are healthy. Being raised in the specialty food industry, he immediately saw the potential for this exotic and flavorful cuisine. Realizing this excellent opportunity to combine his knowledge of specialty foods with his newfound passion for the cuisine of Thailand, he began to develop relationships with Thai ingredient suppliers. At the time, there were no domestic suppliers providing Thai staple items like fish sauce, coconut milk and fresh curry pastes. He wanted to create an authentic Thai product line but knew that he could not achieve the true flavors of Thai cuisine by using ingredients found domestically. Therefore, he chose to work closely with Thai farmers to create the true authentic flavors of Thailand.

In October of 1990, Thai Kitchen's first shipment, arriving at the port of Oakland, California, consisted of 8 core items representing the backbone of Thai cooking. Thai Kitchen sought to make Thai cooking easy for American consumers by providing easy to follow recipes, tantalizing descriptions and serving suggestions. Retailers and consumers embraced the product line with enthusiasm, especially with its upscale and engaging packaging.Thai restaurants were cropping up all over California and the West, where consumers were delighted to find that they could recreate the dishes they had enjoyed in their favorite restaurant at home.

Seth Jacobson's commitment to a truly authentic Thai product line and desire to share his love of Thai cuisine & culture fueled the growth of the brand as well as the need to expand the product line. Thai Kitchen, a division of Epicurean International, Inc., has come a long way from the early days when Seth Jacobson sold curry pastes and fish sauce out of the trunk of his car to a handful of Bay Area accounts. Today, Thai Kitchen has over 45 products and is sold in 50 states, and Canada. Thai Kitchen is now found on the shelves of gourmet food shops, natural food stores, green grocers, ethnic markets and grocery stores. Thai Kitchen offers everything the American consumer is seeking: taste, quality, authenticity... the best of Thailand. With offices in the United States, Europe and Thailand, future plans are to continually develop unique and delicious products bringing consumers the sights, smells and flavors of Thailand.

In 2005, Thai Kitchen opened Epicurean Kitchen - an intimate, non-for-profit, hands-on cooking school in the heart of Bangkok. Epicurean Kitchen is devoted to educating visitors about Thai cuisine and teaching them how to recreate the tastes, flavors and techniques at home.

Ingredients: onion, sea salt, garlic, black pepper, oregano, parsley, thyme & garlic oil
Ingredients: sea salt, garlic, mustard bran, onion, black pepper, lemon peel, chili pepper, oregano & parsley
Ingredients: garlic, onion, sea salt, oregano, crushed red pepper & parsley
Ingredients: sea salt, basil, mustard bran, garlic, green bell pepper, red bell pepper & oregano
Ingredients: pink himalayan salt, garlic, onion, sea salt, black pepper, red bell pepper, lemon peel, parsley & garlic oil
Ingredients: garlic, poppy seed, salt, onion, sesame seed, sunflower oil & natural flavor
Ingredients: coconut milk, guar gum and water
Ingredients: coconut milk, guar gum and water
Ingredients: coconut milk, guar gum and water
Ingredients: coconut, water, guar gum

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We make every effort to answer our consumers as quickly as possible and will usually respond within 2 business days. If this is an urgent matter, or if you need immediate assistance, please call us at 1-800-632-5847 (M-F 9am-7pm EST)

How does McCormick® label for gluten?

Answer: 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.

I’m unable to find one of my favorite McCormick® products? Do you still manufacture it? Can you help me locate it?

Answer: Please consult our Discontinued Product List to determine if the product is still manufactured. If it is still being made, we can help you find it. Just use the search feature on the top right-hand corner of our website to find the product page and click on the “Where to Buy” box to find online retailers* as well as stores* near you that carry the product and have it in stock. *Not all retailers participate in our “Where to Buy” feature. If you cannot find a product at your local store, we recommend that you speak with your local store manager about availability.

Can I order McCormick® products from you directly?

Answer: 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?

Answer: McCormick® has nutrition information posted on our product pages. Just visit the “Spices and Flavors” section of our website at

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Established in 2010, The Paleo Foundation was first organized for the purpose of improving the tolerability of the paleo diet, and to help adherents easily identify products that met its basic tenets.  Since then, thousands of products have been certified through the Certified Paleo, Keto Certified, and lab -tested Grain-Free Gluten-Free certification programs.



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Each certification program has a different set of standards.  Certified Paleo is the Paleo Foundation’s first, most popular, and highest level of certification for Paleo-compliant products.  Certified Paleo Products are products that contain Paleo ingredients, but may have some 21st-century processing or packaging methods allowing for shelf stability.


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Grain Free Gluten Free Certified products are gluten-free and do not contain any grains of gliadin competitive residues.  All Grain-Free Gluten-Free products have undergone two rounds of audits, including lab tests, and a final review to become approved for the Grain-free Gluten-free Certified Program. 



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The ketogenic diet is a restrictive, demanding diet that can be difficult to maintain, and tolerability of the ketogenic diet is the single most important factor limiting individual acceptance for initiation.  Therefore, improving the tolerability of the ketogenic diet is crucial to preventing diet discontinuation, warranting further investigation into methods for improving palatability, improving the availability and convenience of foods that are compliant with the ketogenic diet, as well as addressing cultural and social acceptance.

The Keto Diet product market may be in a unique position to improve tolerability, especially in social and cultural environments that typically feature carbohydrate-rich “special occasion” types of foods. In 2016, the Paleo Foundation launched the world's first Keto Certified program for products with standards that were developed for adherence to a classical ketogenic diet.