Good product and good price. Container isnt too big either. This has many different uses as well. Its much easier than drying and storing your own too. Cinnamon keeps going up in price too. I use this from cooking to teas.
Perfect for the price0 of 1 people found this review helpful
This can be used in so many recipes. It will come in handy in the future.
A nice price
This pantry can of cinnamon should last your family for a while. We don't use it every day but when we need it we always have some on hand.
Love this spice
This spice smells wonderful and tastes great in my breakfast cereal.
Cinnamon is a helpful spice to lower glucose in Diabetics.1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Besides this fact, We love cinnamon in our hot oatmeal, baking, homemade donut glaze,and in a cup of tea.This will come in handy in our emergency pantry.
Often overlooked essentials.
Herbs and spices are often overlooked when assembling food storage, but they ought to be one of your highest priorities. All those staples are going to be pretty unappetizing if you can't season and spice them up, and if anything interrupts the supply lines more than briefly, pepper and other spices immediately return to their ancient status of being worth their weight in gold. By waiting for sales, you can stock up at prices equal to the lowest supermarket prices for cinnamon in small jars (about $6 to $7 at the moment for a quantity of cinnamon equal to this can), save a bundle over brand name prices (as much as $20 a pound) and get FAR better keeping quality. Particularly when bought in the cheaper plastic bottles, spices and herbs lose much of their savor in just a few months. Stored in these no-oxygen low-humidity cans, they will still be fresh and fragrant whenever you need them. When budgeting for a storage spice cupboard, start with those items that don't grow in this country and then prioritize that list by how much you use them--and who doesn't love cinnamon and use quite a bit of it? I even put a bit in my evening coffee when brewing it.