FAQ

Are your spices blends salt/sodium free?

YES all our spice blends are 100% salt / sodium free.  *See Nutritional Analysis per blend on the SPICE BLEND page in the photos. 

Do your spice blends have MSG?

No all our spices blends are MSG free, preservative free, potassium chloride free and low carb. They are all natural spices and herbs. 

What is the shelf life?

Over 1 year. The expiration dates are on the bottle. 

Are your spices good for special diets or meal prep?

Yes the spice blends are great for meal prep and they are ww, paleo and keto friendly.  * **Contact your physician for any allergy concerns or before beginning  any diet program. Consult with your healthcare professional to to design  an appropriate diet plan. 

I have allergies / Gluten intolerance

 *Produced in a facility that uses wheat, dairy, soy, egg, tree nut and fish ingredients* See list of ingredients used in our blend at the bottom of this page.

Is there sugar in any of the blends?

Only a few of the blends have sugar: Blackened, Red Mountain Rub, Chocolate Crave and the Pumpkin Spice. 

Why do you not ship to Canada?

Shipping rates are too costly at this time. 

Do you offer wholesale pricing

We sure do! Contact us at info@daksspices.com

Where can I buy your spices?

Please see the links above for buy DAK's online and Buy DAK's retail. We are also on Amazon prime.

Where is the Pumpkin Spice?

This is a seasonal item, check back in the fall!

Do you offer any coupons?

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Do you have any recipies?

Visit our page "WATCH DAKS COOK" for recipes. Follow us on Instagram for recipes and ideas!

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spices and herbs used in our blends (no specific order)

 Allspice, Ancho chipolte, Ancho, Pepper, Basil,  Black Pepper, Black Sesame,  Cane Sugar, Cayenne    

Celery Seed, Celery, Chili, Chinese Five Spice, Chipotle Pepper,   Coriander,  Corlander Seed,   Cracked Fennel,  Cumin,  Cumin,  Dill, Evaporated Cain Juice,   Ginger, Habanero Powder, Lemon Zest, Lime Zest, Majoram, Mint   Molases, Mustard, Mustard Seed,   Nutmeg, Onion, Orange Zest   Oregano, Paprika, Poppy Seed,   Red Pepper, Sage, Seasame Seed   Silion Dioxide, Smoked Paprika   Thyme, Thyme, White Pepper,  Garlic, Dehydrated Garlic, Cocoa Powder

FDA Labeling guides (SPICES)

 The term spice  means any aromatic vegetable substance in the whole, broken, or ground  form, except for those substances which have been traditionally regarded  as foods, such as onions, garlic and celery; whose significant function  in food is seasoning rather than nutritional; that is true to name; and  from which no portion of any volatile oil or other flavoring principle  has been removed. Spices include the spices list in §182.10 and part 184 of this chapter, such as the following:  :

Allspice,  Anise, Basil, Bay leaves, Caraway seed, Cardamom, Celery seed, Chervil,  Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin seed, Dill seed, Fennel seed,  Fenugreek, Ginger, Horseradish, Mace, Marjoram, Mustard flour, Nutmeg,  Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Pepper, black; Pepper, white; Pepper, red;  Rosemary, Saffron, Sage, Savory, Star aniseed, Tarragon, Thyme,  Turmeric.Paprika, turmeric, and saffron or   other spices which are also colors, shall be declared as “spice and coloring” unless declared by their common or usual name.