Combat Hunger – Share the Meal Challenge!

Let’s Be the Generation That Ends Global Hunger.

Buy Kampot Pepper and help famine victims in the Horn of Africa

828 million people are food insecure. Half are children! They need our help. 35% of all proceeds from Kampot Pepper sales is donated to the World Food Programme’s ‘Share the Meal’ Campaign.

A staggering 706,000 individuals are currently experiencing famine, with Gaza alone accounting for 80% of that distressing total. (Source)

The Give Back Market is a unique e-commerce/fulfillment platform created to help smallholder organic farmers and alleviate food insecurity through the promotion of regenerative agriculture. According to a recent white paper from the Rodale Institute, global implementation of regenerative practices could sequester more than 100 percent of human-related carbon emissions. Your tabletop choice can be an act of climate action. >

The UN’s #2 Sustainable Development Goal is No Hunger:

End Hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

There’s pepper and then there’s Cambodia’s Kampot pepper. You might think that the stuff that comes out of shakers and grinders is pretty much the same wherever you go, but to increasing numbers of chefs, restaurateurs and foodies, ordinary pepper bears as much resemblance to Kampot pepper as vin de table does to fine Bordeaux.

Time Magazine

To all pepper lovers: Once you try Kampot Pepper no other pepper will do. Make Kampot Pepper – the best pepper in the world. Your tabletop choice Helps Farmers & Feeds Kids!

Addressing Poverty & Hunger through the deployment of market systems for regenerative agriculture is also a powerful climate action tool.

This Social Purpose portal is a first step in the long-term vision for creating a community-based, Fair Trade distribution system not just for pepper growers and salt producers in Cambodia but for small organic spice growers around the globe. The $24 Billion global spice market is ripe for a ‘Disruption for Good’ play. Our long term goal is to secure 2% of that market and that would direct hundreds of millions towards ending hunger and poverty. That is our social purpose.