As many of you already know, the National Mustard Museum, Inc. is a separate nonprofit entity from the Mustard Museum gift Shop and online store (“MustardMuseum.com, LLC”). Most museums in the United States are nonprofits and we are no exception. Operating a museum can be very costly and the Mustard Museum relies on donations from mustard companies and other supporters to continue to provide an entertaining and educational mustard experience. A portion of online sales also benefits the nonprofit Museum.
We are delighted to announce a new exhibit coming soon to the National Mustard Museum. The Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission has commissioned an exhibit on the importance of the Saskatchewan mustard seed crop in the world mustard market. Canada is the world’s leading mustard seed grower and Saskatchewan grows more than seventy-five percent of Canada’s seed. Whenever you put mustard on a hot dog or pretzel, you are probably tasting Saskatchewan. We’ll have more information when the exhibit is ready to be installed at the Museum.
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