The wild oregano of Calabria, It has a very intense aroma and grows spontaneously along the coast, in sea areas and in dry and sunny places. The harvesting of oregano is a real tradition for the Calabrians: it is harvested at the end of June, indeed it should be done on the 24th, St. John the Baptist's Day. Once collected, it is cleaned from weeds, divided into bunches, dried upside down sheltered from the sun and then stored. It can be stored for more than a year closed in paper bags or in glass jars by crumbling the threads of oregano, including leaves and flowers.
Ingredients : Dried Oregano. Nutrition : Typical values as sold per100g. Energy 1281kj/306kcal, Fat 85.8g, of which saturate 2.7g, Carbohydrate 193g, of which is Sugars 4.1g, Protein 26.7g, Salt 0.015g.