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Cooking is something my husband excels at. Eating is something I excel at. The one thing I learned is that seasoned or seasoning your food makes it so much more flavorful. When it comes to salt and pepper, There can just be to many bottles on the table. For this reason, I was thrilled when the review opportunity came about to review the Maya Mountain Salt and Pepper Mill with Ceramic Burr.
About Maya Mountain~
In 2015, Eric and Cindy Noel disembarked from a Carnival cruise ship in Belize City. They were quickly whisked through a chain-link gate onto a waiting bus to take them to Al-tun-ha, a spectacular display of ancient Mayan civilization. On the way, they noticed impoverished villages, roads, schools, and shops in what most would consider to be in disrepair and realized that life brought many challenges to these villagers…they knew in some way, some day, they would return.
In the fall of 2015, Eric and Cindy met a couple who had been serving people in Belize for 20+ years helping to develop a sewing ministry. They joined them and The Word at Work in 2016 to spend 10 days on a visioning trip where they would get to know many servants throughout Belize. Visiting children’s homes, rescue shelters, and the only prison in Belize, the need for help growing food was apparent, and also desperately sought after. With their background in agriculture and food preparation, Eric and Cindy returned from this trip and began focusing on raising funds to return in 2017 – which they did – for 40 days in fact! The rest is beginning to be history…
Seeking remote villages to work with farmers, families and schools, Eric and Cindy have begun to build strong, fruitful and tremendously rewarding relationships. Backyard garden projects, community gardens at primary schools, food preparation and preservation training, developing seed banks, providing educational sponsorships, providing seeds and equipment for increased crop production and processing and micro-financing loans for small business start-ups are just some of the projects that are underway.
Our work in Belize was facilitated by many great people – from north to south in this amazing country of resourceful, hard-working people. We are grateful for the time they extended to us to help familiarize us with the people and the land. Now, as we set out on our own, adventurously seeking to find additional villages to connect with, we look forward with great excitement to what lies ahead.
Maya Mountain was founded and is run by farmers. We understand that the global food system doesn’t always play fair. That’s why we invite you to join us in doing good in 2 ways.
First, when purchasing from Maya Mountain, you’re buying products that ensure farmers can provide financial stability for their family.
Secondly, 10% of all profits are donated back to nonprofits working with communities in southern Belize.
You can be part of this adventure with us by purchasing some of the highest quality spices nature has to offer.
Dorothy Boucher says
I love how easy these are to use, and I have been using more of Himalayan salt, I just find it better for my body.
Sandy Klocinski says
This salt and pepper mill looks well-made. Seems like a good product overall. It looks sturdy
LeAnn Harbert says
I like that the salt and pepper is in one grinder
This is really nice. I have relatives who had moved to Belize, and have moved back to USA. I’ve heard many stories about daily life there. This is a perfect endeavor! And the salt and pepper mill sounds like something to have, and feel good about. It would make a nice gift, too.
Debbie P says
This is going on my Christmas list this year. Thanks.
Dana Rodriguez says
This is really nice. I would love this set for our kitchen!
Sandy Klocinski says
This is really awesome. Thanks for sharing. Perfect!
Mary Gardner says
I really like freshly ground spices as well and this looks like a great Salt and Pepper Mill.
Mike Kolp says
Looks good and very useful on any table. Thanks to Maya Mountain for helping villagers and farmers.