Project Peper is a Fairtrade company from the Netherlands. Their profit is reinvested in projects that help provide clean drinking water and education in rural Cambodia.
Ceramic crush gravel mechanism
Adjustable grinding degree
5.5 cm X 5.5 cm X 17 cm
Recycled wood (old houses)
Salt and Pepper Mills
These beautiful salt and pepper mills are exclusively made for Project Pepper. The mills are made in Cambodia in a workshop where people that are disabled, for example due to polio or landmines, receive free training and are employed. They share the profit of the workshop. Project Pepper knows it is very important that the farmers that produce this salt pepper grinder receive a fair wage for their labour.
These special mills are made from wood. The base is made of Changkiri wood and the inlaid edge consists of wood from the Cambodian Chhlick tree (dark variant) and Asian pine (light variant). Reused wood from, for example, old houses is used as much as possible.
The mills are made from natural materials. The color and the drawing of the wood therefore differ per grinder. This makes the mills very special and unique!
Project Pepper supports a good cause. The profit goes back to Cambodia. Among other things, they support projects in the field of training and clean drinking water. See www.stichtingapsara.nl for more information and photos.
Salt and pepper can be fully appreciated if it is ground in a good quality grinder. If you store the salt or pepper in a grinder it is important that the grinder is not made of a transparent material or that is it stored in a dark cupboard for example. Frequent exposure to light is not good for the quality of the pepper or salt. It is best to use a pepper grinder that has a grinding mechanism on the bottom. After use the grinder is turned back to it’s original position. After a while you are left with a lot of partly ground grains inside the grinder. These grains quickly loose their flavour and aroma. Use it correctly to optimize the flavours and quantity of your salt or pepper! Visit the website of Project Pepper to learn more.