Anise Seed, Whole, Organic 1#
Anise is a seed-like fruit grown in the world’s temperate climates. The seeds can be ground fresh, or used whole to add a warm, licorice-like flavor to your favorite dish. Suggested Uses: Anise seed is used extensively to flavor liquors, cookies, cakes, fruit dishes, coleslaw, rye bread, apple pie and meats. It also makes a wonderful addition to teas.Product Notes: A sweet, licorice-like seed for flavoring sweet and savory dishes — from fruit pies to meats. Anise is a member of the Umbelliferae family which also includes fennel, caraway, coriander and dill, to name a few.
About Frontier Natural Products Co-op
Now more than 40,000-member owners strong, we’re dedicated to sourcing the highest quality spices, herbs and botanical products through our Frontier Co-op, Simply Organic® and Aura Cacia® brands — all while creating life-changing opportunities for our growers, employees and their families. We’re driven by a simple purpose: to do good by our people and planet. And to create a stronger company built on a commitment to quality and sustainability.
Frontier Co-op began as a two-person operation in 1976 in a river cabin in Eastern Iowa. Since then we‘ve grown steadily to become a major supplier to the natural products industry. Our success throughout the years reflects our close harmony with the product needs and the values of our members and consumers.
Frontier Co-op was one of the first suppliers to actively advocate organic products and organic agriculture — and we’re thrilled with the strong and steady growth of organics in the natural products, and now mainstream, marketplace. We carried our first organic products in 1978, and became a certified organic processor as soon as that program was available.
You can trust our products. We have the skills resources necessary to find and buy top botanical products from around the world — and to make sure that those products have no adulteration, fillers or questionable ingredients.
We’re committed to the health and welfare of the environment and all the people involved with producing and consuming our botanical products. .