I'll admit, usually when I need dried herbs and spices, I'll find them somewhere for 2 / $1 . Long ago, I use to buy them at a health food store, scooping out how much I wanted into a plastic bag and then transferring them to glass containers at home. That was a very long time ago and is a habit I'd like to get back into one of these days. As of late, I've been sighing over all the plastic spice and herb containers that have been cluttering up our cabinet. How much prettier and simple it could be if I used little labeled glass containers and these sweet little spice tins fromWatkins.Watkins products have been around for 137 years and one thing, besides their quality, that I love about them are their old-fashioned containers and labels. Take a browse around their site and see what I mean. Between you and me, you can get the organic spices you see pictured cheaper at Wal-Mart for a little over $3.50 each. I picked one up the other day - there are 16 colorful tins in all. I think I'll collect them! Hubs and other passers-by in the spice aisle at Wal-mart must have thought I was nuts, lol, as I was holding the garlic powder tin and saying, "How PRETTY! I just love it! So adorable!" I'm sure they were all like, "It's garlic powder, lady...put it in your cart and move on already!"