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Paprika powder | smoked
After pepper, paprika is the most important and most frequently used spice in most European cuisines. The plant genus paprika belongs to the nightshade family. The fruits known as pods are very...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.47 * / 1 Pieces)
€2.84 *
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Organic Ceylon Cinnamon I Ground I
Cinnamon - who doesn´t immediately think of the Christmas season? In recent Central European history, cinnamon has been used primarily as a winter spice, especially in pastries, desserts, punch and...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.56 * / 1 Pieces)
€3.33 *
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Organic Garlic Granules I content 100g
Garlic is known in many parts of the world as a spice and medicinal plant. This ancient cultivated plant belongs to the group of leek species, with an aromatic-hot taste and smell. Essential,...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.59 * / 1 Pieces)
€3.53 *
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Cinnamon blossoms, whole I content 80g
While cinnamon, one of the oldest known spices, was already used as a spice and healing plant before more than 4,000 years mainly in China and India and has been very popular with Greeks and Romans...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.81 * / 1 Pieces)
€4.86 *
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Onion Powder
Content 1 Kg
€4.86 *
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Organic Turmeric I Ground I
Turmeric is one of the oldest known spice plants in Asia. Already about 10,000 years ago, after people settled in India near the great rivers and began to use plants through agriculture, more and...
Content 6 Pieces (€0.97 * / 1 Pieces)
€5.84 *
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Organic onion granulate, smoked I EH 100g
Onions are indispensable in our kitchen today. In contrast to the ¨real¨ onion, the use of onion granulate is tearless. Onion granulate can often be used instead of fresh onions. Since onions are...
Content 6 Pieces (€1.03 * / 1 Pieces)
€6.16 *
Organic lemon mrtle | -
Organic lemon mrtle | -
The lemon myrtle grows as an evergreen shrub or small tree on sandy and stony soils near the Australian rainforests. The small elliptical leaves of this robust plant exude a wonderfully fresh and...
Content 6 Pieces (€1.13 * / 1 Pieces)
€6.76 *
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Organic Turmeric I ground I Reduced germs
Turmeric is one of the oldest known spice plants in Asia. Already about 10,000 years ago, after people settled in India near the great rivers and began to use plants through agriculture, more and...
Content 1 Kg
€7.80 * €10.58 *
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Sweet paprika powder red
Content 1 Kg
€8.34 *
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Garlic powder A-Grade
Content 1 Kg
€9.07 *
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Spices

Wealth for a culinary journey of pleasure

Since time immemorial, spices have been traded across borders. Depending on their occurrence, they were regarded as status symbols, as the basis for medicines and even as means of payment. Today, Biova makes it much easier for you to find new and familiar variants of wisdom. Discover the variety of culinary delights in our range! More info »

Valuables and trade goods

Travellers were paid for bringing home unknown spices. There were even wars over trade routes and monopolies in commerce . For some of the rarities, the merchants received gems or even gold in exchange. It played an important role how difficult the transport was and how rare the spices were.

Späat least since the opening up of new sea routes, there has been a lasting change in the markets served. Many of the plants can now be grown locally instead of exotically. Technical innovations are also shortening transport routes. Nevertheless, some spices remain as precious as ever.

Würzen today – still a tasty voyage of discovery

The handling of spices is also careful in this day and age. In historical times, only a small proportion of flavours could be saved over long transport distances. Nowadays, these flavours are much more durable thanks to suitable packaging. New flavours are constantly being created from known and less known spices and herbs. An important criterion for a good spice is its quality. This must be monitored from the cultivation of the plant until it is placed on the shop shelf. At Biova we have a lot of experience with spices. That's why you'll find well-known, common varieties as well as real rarities at Biova.

Rarities in the spice trade

Cinnamon flowers or Acacia seeds, Tasmanian pepper flowers or Rushed garlic are only a few of our rarities. We are constantly on a journey of discovery for you ourselves. It is our aim to enrich the good cuisine with constantly new spices and seasonings.

Wealth for a culinary journey of pleasure Since time immemorial, spices have been traded across borders. Depending on their occurrence, they were regarded as status symbols, as the basis for... read more »
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Spices

Wealth for a culinary journey of pleasure

Since time immemorial, spices have been traded across borders. Depending on their occurrence, they were regarded as status symbols, as the basis for medicines and even as means of payment. Today, Biova makes it much easier for you to find new and familiar variants of wisdom. Discover the variety of culinary delights in our range! More info »

Valuables and trade goods

Travellers were paid for bringing home unknown spices. There were even wars over trade routes and monopolies in commerce . For some of the rarities, the merchants received gems or even gold in exchange. It played an important role how difficult the transport was and how rare the spices were.

Späat least since the opening up of new sea routes, there has been a lasting change in the markets served. Many of the plants can now be grown locally instead of exotically. Technical innovations are also shortening transport routes. Nevertheless, some spices remain as precious as ever.

Würzen today – still a tasty voyage of discovery

The handling of spices is also careful in this day and age. In historical times, only a small proportion of flavours could be saved over long transport distances. Nowadays, these flavours are much more durable thanks to suitable packaging. New flavours are constantly being created from known and less known spices and herbs. An important criterion for a good spice is its quality. This must be monitored from the cultivation of the plant until it is placed on the shop shelf. At Biova we have a lot of experience with spices. That's why you'll find well-known, common varieties as well as real rarities at Biova.

Rarities in the spice trade

Cinnamon flowers or Acacia seeds, Tasmanian pepper flowers or Rushed garlic are only a few of our rarities. We are constantly on a journey of discovery for you ourselves. It is our aim to enrich the good cuisine with constantly new spices and seasonings.

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