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Drogheria Alimentari spice grinder

AJ08 | Feb 13, 201101:41 PM     2

Although I've bought the .56 oz. Tuscan Herbs Mill in Portland before, I've called several high end and standard grocers and searched to no avail. Has anyone spotted these? They are usually in with the Spice Islands and McCormick jarred spices. Drogheria Alimentari produces the best reasonably priced dried spices available. When I contacted the company they wouldn't tell me where their spices were sold, but wanted me to mail order. It's almost come to that. Thanks in advance.

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