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Zahura Zahter

With 25 years of experience, we proudly open our 14th branch in Adana without compromising on the naturalness and quality of our products, which we produce and sell in 13 branches in different countries. We are delighted to bring a new flavor to your breakfast culture by consuming original za’atar in Adana and throughout Türkiye.

Za’atar will add color to your tables with its unique aroma and taste. With its rich spice content and natural structure, it will also contribute to your health. Our products are carefully selected and processed with the highest quality.

We prepare all our products with great care to bring you the unique taste of za’atar. Without compromising on our principles of quality and reliability, we offer our products to you using the freshest and most natural ingredients.

In our new branch in Adana, we will be delighted to welcome our valued customers. We invite you to discover the unique world of za’atar spice and add exquisite flavor to your breakfasts.

We thank you for choosing us to enrich your tables with our natural and delicious products and to enhance your breakfast enjoyment.

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Zahura Zahter

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What is Za’atar?

Where is It Used?

  • Zahura Za’atar
    Zahura Za’atar

    Za’atar, often remembered for its resemblance to thyme, is also known as “kara kekik” in some regions. While it is commonly used as a spice to enhance the flavor of dishes, za’atar tea is also frequently consumed.

  • What is Za’atar?
    What is Za’atar?

    Za’atar, a medicinal herb, belongs to the Lamiaceae family, also known as the Mint family. Although thyme also comes from this family, there are some differences between za’atar and thyme.

  • Za’atar Flavors
    Za’atar Flavors

    You can certainly use za’atar primarily as a spice. It complements many meat dishes and baked goods. Za’atar bread, za’atar cookies, za’atar pastry, and za’atar pide are just a few examples.