Coriander is a spice which is a member of the parsley family. The leaves of the plant are also commonly called cilantro, which comes from the Spanish word for coriander, or Chinese parsley. It has a penetrating odor and flavor.

Coriander roots also appear in culinary use as a pungent addition to curries. It is best used fresh, added just before food has finished cooking as it is sensitive to heat and loses aroma. Its seeds are used in curries and many other types of dishes, including pickled foods and some aromatic alcohols like gin. Cilantro is most often associated with Mexican or Asian foods. It is most commonly used in salsa, fish and chicken dishes. Spice up meat dishes, garnish your fish… coriander is the jewel in the crown, adding spice to your life.

Varieties: Desert Blush, Santo




Year Round

Packing Size

10g to 150g

Flow Pack

Yes, on demand


3kg Box, High Cube Box

Box Size

19.5 x 16.5 x 21cm, 36 x 25 x 21.5cm

Nb of Box in Master

12, 4

Master Size

100 x 39 x 23

Nb of Box on Skid

252, 84

Skid Size

120 x 100 x 160