Our organic marjoram is less robust than the organic orgeano, but has a lovely flowery flavour, which is quite strong and flavourful - it tastes similar to organic thyme with a camphorous hint over the grassy, savouriness of thyme. Like organic basil, organic marjoram should be added near the end of cooking, improving the flavour of tomato sauce, marinated vegetables and salad dressing. Marjoram is also excellent in place of oregano or basil on baked chicken, or in a pasta side dish.
Organic farming uses no pesticides or artificial fertilisers and works with nature to build the fertility and health of our soil while caring for our environment. Organic farming has a low carbon footprint. Pure and simple, just the way nature intended.