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Spice is a food additive used for flavoring.
Spice may also refer to:
Computing and electronics
- SPICE, an electronic circuit simulator
- SPICE (protocol), a remote-connection sharing protocol
- Automotive SPICE, an automotive standard framework for the assessment of software-development processes
- Space Planet Instrument C-matrix Events, a NASA software system
- Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination, ISO 15504, a process-assessment framework
- Small Projects in a Controlled Environment, a reduced version of PRINCE2 for managing small projects
- Motorola Spice, a smartphone developed by Motorola
- Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering, a UK geoengineering research project
- Spice Engineering, a British racing team
- Spice Telecom, a former Indian telecommunications company
- Spice Network, a group of adult television channels
- Space Internetworking Center, a Greek research center focused on space communications
- Susan Polgar Institute of Chess Excellence
- Spice (Dune), Melange, a drug in the Dune novels by Frank Herbert
- Spice, slang for various illegal drugs in the Star Wars universe
- Spice Gold (Synthetic cannabis), a brand herbal mixture marketed as "herbal incense"
- Spice (band), a 1960s rock band
- Spice, Dread Zeppelin percussionist
- Spice 1, an American rapper
- Spice Girls, a 1990s pop group
- Spice (album), by the Spice Girls
- Spice (Perfume song), from their album JPN
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