The holiday baking season might long be over, but sales of certain spices remain hot. Evidence suggests the category is becoming a destination for natural remedies. “Particularly exciting are the scientific studies that show that many culinary spices and herbs are rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients,” said Laurie Harrsen, spokeswoman for McCormick & Co., one of the nation's leading spice processors. “For example, key culinary spices and herbs may reduce inflammation, which is the ...

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