The spice rack soon may be experiencing a few changes. Introductions for the seasonings category are booming, up nearly 50% from two years ago. A lot can be attributed to seasoning companies developing fully organic lines, as well as the expansion of ethnic seasonings available for easy, at-home preparations of specialty meals. Recently introduced is a line of organic Pan-Pacific seasoning mixes from Jupiter, Fla.-based Noble Harvest Foods. The seasonings include mixes for Japanese Style Wasabi, Pad Thai, and Chinese Style Lemon Chicken. A new butcher's salt imported from the Le Pere Pelletier company, in France, is infused with aromatic seasonings such as rosemary, thyme, sage, and marjoram, and is packed in a metal-accented wooden box. This sort of “counter-friendly” packaging should see more development in the near future. Already, Boston Tea Co. has repackaged its garlic powder in a modern-design can featuring a “press-n-pop” cap.