Spicely Organics’ mission is to ethically source ingredients from all over the world in the most sustainable manner possible. We believe in creating good products that we are proud to serve our family and friends. We believe in feeling good about eating better food and treating the environment with respect. We believe in being good by setting an example of how every person can make a positive impact on the world.
Over time, we saw others trying to cut corners and we vowed to work harder to make food that was better. As GMO's, MSG, fillers, sweeteners and irradiation became increasingly common elsewhere, we deepened our commitment to our customers and the planet. By 2007 we achieved our 100 % Organic Certification and in the following months we increased our line to include Certified Fair Trade, Kosher, Vegan, and Gluten-Free products. In 2013 we developed a line of EcoShakers, a spice container that is 100% recyclable and is lighter than glass jars, reducing its shipping weight.
We import 100% organic spices using Fair Trade options whenever available. All imported spices are required to go through a sterilization process before being sold in the United States. Most spice companies sterilize using synthetic chemicals or radiation. Spicely uses a process called steam sterilization, which sterilizes food products without adding any chemicals or hazardous material.
Spicely began in 2003 when our founders, John Chansari and Clara Bonner, began selling spices out of their kitchen in Menlo Park, California. Since then we have grown to a warehouse and adjoining offices located in Fremont, California. Worldwide we have over 70 employees and counting. In 2012 we opened our first ever Spicely Boutique, located in downtown San Francisco.
Organic Spice, Inc:
Our sister company, Organic Spices Incorporated (OSI) is our bulk and wholesale spice company. For more information and ordering information please visit their website.