Mayra Sibrian is the owner & creative founder of Selva Central Goods.
She was raised with Mexican and Salvadoran roots in which food is used to pass down traditions, share stories, and care for one another. What started as a glass-painting business soon transformed into a bakery to carry on these values and make connections through food.
After graduating from culinary school, she sought opportunities to further develop her creativity. She went on to work in restaurants and bakeries throughout Southern California, Seattle, and has even appeared on *Netflix's Sugar Rush & Food Network's Big Time Bake*
The times of COVID-19 and civil unrest brought upon a time to look inward. A time to determine what our roles are to uplift our community. The Seattle area has a strong and growing Latinx community. In this growth, there is room for diversity, like a Central American bakery!
Mayra opened Selva Central Goods, specializing in sweet breads and pastries inspired by her roots. These goods are baked using traditional and natural ingredients sourced locally whenever possible and re-imagined to feed the creative soul.
Every month Selva Central Goods donates a portion of their proceeds to local organizations that provide aid and resources to people in Seattle (Occupied Duwamish Territory)