Spice Classics

Spice classics is the brand name of a good line of spices that you can buy in your local supermarket.  The Spice Classics line has all flavors of spices including: Seasoned Salt, Garlic Powder, Italian Seasoning, Crushed Red Pepper, Dill Weed, Cream of Tartar, Sage, Celery Seed, and more.  The Spice Classics line actually really has almost every type of spice for seasoning, and their prices are very competitive.


  1. Kristi says:

    Is this a spice conspiracy? Should there not be a law stating every food product or more basically anything a consumer buys to put in their mouth and consume have an expiration date printed plainly on the product? Why do spices get away without doing so?

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  3. Chip Detwiler says:

    What stores carry Spice Classics ?

  4. Faith says:

    I’m not 100% sure but I believe the code on the bottom is a Julian code where its actually the date of production like for an example above `2205A` where the first 2 is the last date of the year and 205 is the number day of the year so that would be roughly end of June begining of July of 2012.. What I want to know is what is the shelf life of these products?? I’m researching it now and if I find it I will come back and let you all know

  5. Faith says:

    Now that I’m looking back at the post I see that there codes said ’2205A’ and that was in November 2011 that they purchased the product. So that must be the date that it expires June 2012.. Usually like code style ‘the Julian code’ is production dates.. i guess not all companies use it in that way..

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