The Mustard Seed ‘N’ More was started in August 2008 and we began marketing our mustards after we had been giving it away for 20 years. Maggie Brewer is the business owner. Our business, commercial kitchen and garden are located in the Finger Lakes Region of New York at 5101 Sate Route 64, 2 miles north of the Bristol Mountain Ski Center. We are thankful for the support of our customer base. We will be updating our web site during our winter down-time. We will be revising the product pictures to reflect our current packaging.
Currently there are 25 varieties of Maggie's Mustard. We make pepper mustards that have varying degrees of heat; Smokey Chipolte, (our hottest varieties) Habañero-Ghost, Caribbean Red Habañero, Trinidad Scorpion, and, Grym Reaper, (the Carolina Reaper pepper, currently world's hottest is included in the ingredients). Our garlic varieties of Maggie's Mustard: Creamy Garlic, Chunky Garlic, Garlic Jalapeño, Habañero Garlic, Garlic Dill, Dillyishous, and, Garlic Scape Mustard. We also make Horseradish and Horseradish-XX Mustard, Wasabi Mustard, and our sweet varieties, Honey Brown, Sweet 'n' Spicy, Three-of-a-Kind (a blend of Maggies Horseradish, Chunky Garlic, and Honey Brown Mustards), Honey Curry, Hot Honey Curry, and Pub Mustard.
ALL of OUR MUSTARDS ARE GLUTEN FREE!
We are a missions-oriented company, most of our profits go to support mission work. We are board members of New Life Ministries Africa, Inc. a 501 c3 non-profit organization. Read more under the NLMA on our home page.
Locally, we support Child Evangelism Fellowship, which leads Good News Clubs in elementary schools in Livingston, Ontario and Yates counties. (Learn more at www.cefonline.com.) Internationally, we support missionaries working with Africa Inland Mission in Kibera, Kenya, and the Kibera New Life Church. Near Nairobi. Kibera is the second largest slum in the world. We also are spokes persons for Kenya Hope, a non-profit organization that coordinates sponsorship for Kenyan children who would otherwise not be able to attend school. If you want to consider sponsoring a child for just $35.00 per month, check out the Kenya Hope web site (http://www.kenyahope.org) or you can contact us and we will help you get started. Other programs Kenya Hope provides are Feed a Family and Kids (goats) for Kids. Maggie and her husband Jim served as missionaries under the auspices of Africa Inland Mission during 2017, January through the end of March, (Our 4th mission trip to Africa), working in the Kibera slum. Serving as a missionary is a life changing experience, one that we love.
As always we to ask God to continue to grow our business, blessing us with more so we can give more.
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