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A businesswoman who sold her car and moved back into her family home to create a healthy seasoning company has signed a $1million deal to have her signature spices stocked at Coles

by Dann Stein (2020-11-10)


A businesswoman who sold her car and moved back into her family home to create a healthy seasoning company has signed a $1million deal to have her signature spices stocked at Coles.

Jordyn Evans, 28, saw four years of hard work pay off in July when Coles' herbs and spice buyer Sioned Read approved three flavours - spicy Mexican, garlic and herb and all purpose - to be put on 850 supermarket shelves across Australia. 

Jordyn set out to create new healthier alternatives after realising that most spices on the market are packed with added sugar, artificial ingredients, preservatives, fillers and high amounts of sodium. If you have any issues pertaining to wherever and how to use we have been dominating our competitors in the plumbing industry for almost 30 years. With our highly skilled and experienced team, you can contact us at our own web site.  

Jordyn Evans (pictured) saw four years of hard work validated in July when Coles' Herbs and Spice buyer Sioned Read approved her signature seasonings

Three Mingle Seasoning flavours - Spicy Mexican, Garlic and Herb and All Purpose - have been put on 850 supermarket shelves across Australia

'I wanted a healthier seasoning option in supermarkets that had all the flavour without the nasties,' she told FEMAIL.

'So at 25 years old I sold my car, moved back home, and put my life's savings into creating a flavoursome brand all Australians could trust and love.'

Jordyn has small business ownership in her blood - her father owns a plumbing company - but the first few years were 'lonely' and 'demanding'. 

'I will never forget the times where my family and I would be blending spices in our kitchen until all hours of the night.

We always laughed. It was like a Breaking Bad, spice equivalent,' she said. 

'I wanted a healthier seasoning option in supermarkets that had all the flavour without the nasties,' she told FEMAIL

She started by opening an online store to connect to her customers, before scaling into retail, with unique flavour profiles like Satay Stir-fry, Hearty Stroganoff and Curry in a Hurry growing her community to 60,000 people

She started by opening an online store, before moving into retail with unique flavour profiles like satay stir-fry, hearty Stroganoff and curry in a hurry among her best sellers.

'Whether it is doctors who are running a healthy eating program and using Mingle as their go-to flavour of choice for their patients or a customer that gets a night off cooking because Mingle is 'Hubby proof' or a young mother who thanks us because now her kids eat vegetables, it's all these stories that inspire and motivate me everyday,' she said.  

Curry in a hurry and spag bol speedy style were the first two spices Coles agreed to put on the shelves.

'It's a healthy and convenient way to flavour so many meals, using just one bottle.

Save yourself the storage and fuss because we have done all the hard work for you,' she said.