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Savvy & Well Seasoning Blends Made in Puerto Vallarta

October 5, 2018

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Savvy & Well (S&W) now offers a seasoning line of 8 blends containing 5-14 herbs and spices that will save you time and effort in the kitchen. Gabrielle Tenney started Savvy & Well as a meal program in Richmond, Virginia during an accelerator program at VCU. Today, it has morphed into a seasoning line produced in Puerto Vallarta, where she has her roots.

S&W seasonings are sold in boutique stores throughout the Banderas Bay area, online through their website, on Amazon USA and Mexico and, beginning in October 2018, at their new facility in Nuevo Vallarta. Each jar is made with high quality ingredients that are toasted and ground, imparting a punch of flavor in a pinch.

Diabetes and other diet related diseases are the biggest killers, and dietary changes alone can reverse this. S&W seasonings make preparing healthy and delicious food a breeze so families can stop relying on fast food, microwaved meals, and convenience stores to provide their meals.

To help people take control of their health through education and quality food, all of Savvy & Well's seasonings are free of gluten, animal derivatives, MSG, GMOs, and even salt. Along with these spice blends, they've developed an e-cookbook filled with healthy recipes, including vegetarian and vegan alternatives, as well as some health-conscious desserts.

Aside from the great benefits provided by the culinary aspect, S&W is also a social venture, with a percentage of profits used to help fund culinary education in communities that need it most. They've spearheaded several projects in two cities, one in the United States, the other in Mexico.

In Richmond, VA, S&W has worked with the Church Hill community, Shalom Farms, and Edible Education. In Puerto Vallarta, they have offered free cooking classes at Los Mangos Library and the Punta de Mita Foundation that teach kids and adults how to prepare healthy food - so you can feel great knowing that your purchase will help educate and improve the lives of people in your community.

For more information, call +52 1 (322) 148-5991, or visit