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Saturdays with Kuxtal 🖤

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I hope the week went well! It was super! I tell you that we already have a delivery man, help in the winery, our team is growing!

 We know you may be concerned about trying Kuxtal Market, as a product may be bad or not what you expected, but rest assured, we are different from all other grocery stores. We have a 100 satisfaction guarantee policy! If you did not like a product, we will replace or exchange it.s.

 Several people asked us if our prices are per piece or per kilo. All prices are per piece, if you have any questions about prices or something else, I am at your service! Maybe I'll leave my whatsapp for anything 998-293-2378

 We want to continue growing and supporting more people, without you it will not be possible. We appreciate you!

 

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 I hope you had a great week! Ours was super! We now have a delivery driver and help in the warehouse, our team is slowly growing!

 We know that you may be worried to try Kuxtal Market, as a product may be bad, or not what you expected, but rest assured we are different then all the other grocery stores. We have a 100 satisfaction guaranteed policy! If you didn't like a product we will replace it or exchange it..

 Several people asked us if our prices are per piece or per kilo. All prices are per piece, if you have any questions about prices or something else, I am at your service! I'll leave my whatsapp in case that's easier for you 998-293-2378

 We want to continue growing and supporting more people, without you it will not be possible. We appreciate you!

 

SATURDAY NEWS

Today we are going to get a little serious. If you are here and you are part of our community, we know that you care about the planet as much as we do.

 "I strongly believe that we are going to look back at 10 years, certainly 20 and definitely 50 and say, 'Wow, 2020 was a crazy year, but I miss it,'" said one scientist.

 A record amount of California is burning, fueled by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. To the north, parts of Oregon that don't usually catch fire are on fire.

 Meanwhile, the 16th and 17th Atlantic named tropical storms swirl, a record number for this time of year. Powerful Typhoon Haishen hit Japan and the Korean Peninsula this week. Last month it reached 130 degrees in Death Valley, the hottest Earth in nearly a century.

 Phoenix continues to set triple-digit heat records, while Colorado went through a 90-degree weather lash to snow this week. Siberia, famous for its icy weather, hit 100 degrees earlier this year, accompanied by wildfires. Before that, Australia and the Amazon were on fire.

 Strange natural disasters, most of which scientists say likely have a connection to climate change, seem to be everywhere in the crazy year 2020. But experts say we'll probably look back and say those were the good guys. Old times when disasters weren't so wild

 That being said, we must take a stand, do our part, and become part of the solution, not the problem. You know where your food comes from Know if they use harmful chemicals in their crops that affect the soil's ability to absorb watergua?

 Small daily changes turn into massive changes. What habit will you change todayy?

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Today we are going to get a bit serious. If you are here and part of our community, we know you care about the planet as much as we do.

 “I strongly believe were going to look back in 10 years, certainly 20 and definitely 50 and say, Wow, 2020 was a crazy year, but I miss it, one scientist said.aid.

 A record amount of California is burning, spurred by a nearly 20-year mega-drought. To the north, parts of Oregon that dont usually catch fire are in flames..

Meanwhile, the Atlantics 16th and 17th named tropical storms are swirling, a record numberfor this time of year. PowerfulTyphoon Haishen lashed Japan and the Korean Peninsula this week. Last month it hit 130 degrees inDeath valley, the hottest Earth has been in nearly a century.

Phoenix keeps setting triple-digit heat records, while Colorado went through aweather whiplash of 90-degree heat to snow this week. Siberia, famous for its icy climate,hit 100 degrees earlier this year, accompanied by wildfires. Before that Australia and the Amazon were in flames.

Freak natural disasters most with what scientists say likely to have a climate change connection seem to be everywhere in the crazy year 2020. But experts say well probably look back and say those were the good old days, when disasters werent so wild.ild.

That being said we need to take a stand, do our part and become part of the solution, not the problem. Do you know where your food is coming from Do you know if they use harmful chemicals on their crops that affects the soils ability to absorb water? 

Small daily changes transform into massive change. What habit will you change today?

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