Lorna Jarrett has been sharing her love of food with the public for four years, at the Mama Milly booth at the Innisfil Farmers’ Market.
“It’s my passion. It’s my heart. When you love something that much, it’s a joy to share it with others,” she said. “When I give someone the jerk sauce to taste and I see the look on their face, I feel good because I made that.”
The company is named in honour of her mother and mother-in law, and the famous jerk sauce is a family recipe that uses natural ingredients.
The business came about after Jarrett fell on hard times and she started bottling her jerk seasoning.
Next was Jamaican patties, then oats, and now raw oatmeal cookies.
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