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McCormick: 6.25oz Italian Seasoning $4, 8.75oz Classic Garlic Powder EXPIRED

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Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.
Worth noting that Consumer Reports did a heavy metals test on many different brands and types of spices, including many of the McCormick offerings:

https://www.consumerreports.org/f...-and-lead/
I was going to ask how the price compared to the costco equivalent, thanks for the post.

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Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.
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Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.
I was going to ask how the price compared to the costco equivalent, thanks for the post.
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Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.
This is great information thank you. Not a fan of garlic but there are times it could be used, which is why I was interested in this deal. Appreciate your spill of knowledge
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Quote from caninusouza :
Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.

Thanks for the input! This comment can't be repped enough! Everyone rep this poster!!
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looks like coupon is one time use... bummer
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Quote from caninusouza :
Product of China. I work in Quality Assurance in the food industry. Garlic is one of the vegetables with the highest chemical and heavy metal residues when sourced from China. I know some people don't care, but I usually buy USA garlic. If you have Costco they have California garlic which comes cheaper or equal to this.
The Costco garlic is also better tasting. Less sharp, less bitter, more body. But not quite as potent... I end up using about half again as much, compared to this. But the results are much better. I avoid the McCormick garlic powder if I have an alternative. Obviously fresh garlic is best, but the Kirkland California roasted garlic powder is one of the best substitutes I've found.
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I chose the garlice and onion powder 2 bottle deal and got $10 "prime savings" off the price of $12.68. Final cost 2.68 for both containers.
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Well, shucks. Wish this worked on the large cayenna powders (missed the previous sales on these).

For those wanting this for health reasons, garlic powder still retains many of its positives despite the change in format. Still, buying jarred minced garlic is even better yet, especially in terms of manganese and vitamin c.

Also: 1/8tsp of garlic powder is equal to one clove.
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Worth noting that Consumer Reports did a heavy metals test on many different brands and types of spices, including many of the McCormick offerings:

https://www.consumerreports.org/f...-and-lead/
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Costco sells a larger size for cheaper.
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I prefer the Sam's Club version. USDA organic as and comes in a nice re-usable glass bottle..

https://www.samsclub.com/p/member...od20941716
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No coupon on my page but it does say I get up to 20% with my AZ Amex card, however, I didn't see the 20% in checkout.

I frequently miss out on coupon deals as I have a business account
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Thinking the word "China" can cause brain tumor!
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