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So honored to be one of the speakers at an event put together by LA County’s DCFS-Resource Family Support & Permanency Division (RFSPD). They did an amazing job bringing all these wonderful foster mothers in Los Angeles County to celebrate and appreciate them.
Thankful for the opportunity and honored.
Juka Ceesay ~Juka’s Organic Co. www.jukasorganic.com
So honored to have the opportunity to be a speaker and partner with LA County’s DCFS-Resource Family Support & Permanency Division (RFSPD), for their appreciation event for all the wonderful foster mothers in Los Angeles County.
We served our famous RED PALM OIL GOURMET SAUCE. And I also had the pleasure to speak about the importance of healthy eating. There are few lifestyles changes that we can all make to yield a healthier & happier life.
S/O to all these wonderful women that blessed us with their presence but most importantly by being in the lives of these amazing children. As I put it today, you are truly doing Gods work. I hope all counties across Los Angeles and other parts of the country can replicate what La county DCFS did today. It was truly a wonderful experience.
Juka Ceesay Founder Of Juka’s Organic Co. www.jukasorganic.com
We are excited & humbled that it’s been 5 years since Juka’s Organic Co., was established. Starting from our red palm oil as the number seller in many markets and now over 12 items added to our catalog, we are thrilled to share the story of how it’s all done.
Yes many years have gone into it, many great days and also trying times. There have been moments when people would ask if it’s worth the trouble on a bad day. But my answer always is “YES”. And I sincerely hope and pray it will always be yes. I do it for the women, for the villages but also for the continent. It may seem a little too ambitious that what we are doing can change the direction of the whole content, but I truly believe if we all do what we can in our own little ways, we can change the world.
Not to mention, the messages we received from customers about how the red palm oil is helping their respiratory problems or their blood work has came out much better after taking the Baobab powder for a while is remarkable. Sometimes these emails come when I might be having a stressful day but reading them gives me courage and inspires me and everyone else to keep pushing through.
We will share more small clips of our recent visit and our newest items at Juka’s Organic Co. :
To everyone that has a dream, believe in the power of doing. Start but continue to do because this is what will set you apart from everyone that has a dream . *
To learn more about us and how to buy our products, visit www.jukasorganic.com :
More from our interview with Sheen Magazine
“Juka Organics is known for it’s Red Palm Oil products. Do you mind telling us about that and exactly what you offer?
Our company is best known for our unrefined Red Palm Oil due to the sustainable practices that preserve the wildlife in Africa… It is very crucial for consumers to know where they source their Red Palm Oil. Red Palm is an indigenous fruit tree to Africa, therefore, every three to four months the fruits are safely and ethically harvested from the palm trees that have naturally been there for centuries. each generation of women ethically produce their palm fruit oil without endangering wildlife. Red palm fruit is the main source of income for these women in the villages of Africa and their families. I am grateful to be in the bridge between the markets and to offer these natural products that originate from Africa to help alleviate many existing health concerns in the United States such as high cholesterol, heart disease, obesity, and more. We are indeed honored to be apart of such an incredible social and global enterprise.”https://www.sheenmagazine.com/jukas-organic-co-founder-juka-ceesay-discusses-her-transition-to-the-united-states-from-gambia-and-what-you-should-know-about-red-palm-oil/
Exciting! Our Interview With @sheenmagazine Just In
“Juka’s Organic Co. plays a huge role in the lives of many women in the villages of Africa. Why is it so important to you?
To me, I always say that women are the fabric of every society. To change the evolution of Africa, we have to pay attention to the women. Specifically, in Africa, most women are usually at home and they are just the wives. They take care of the children, which is amazing because my mother did the same and played a huge influence on me for sure. I think that women can offer so much more if we give them the opportunity, help them prosper, be independent, and help them believe that they can also achieve most of what men can do in Africa. I saw that in my mom too, owning a business, raising her children, and doing all that with so many different hats. I truly believe that by empowering women and helping them will change Africa and all countries in the world.”
Read More at SheenMagazine.com