A Fruit of Jamaica

Published: February 2022

Tap here to read A Fruit of Jamaica. Flip through 32 pages of those things that shape our journey.

The history of Jamaica is a rich and vibrant one that not only provides a sense of unity, but it also provides a connection to the past. Jamaica is a place your feet may leave but your heart will always be.

Here's a look at our first publication titled A Fruit of Jamaica! We are so excited to dig deeper to share with you some food for thought. In this issue, the sticky flesh, heady perfumes, and vibrant colours common among plant life in Jamaica’s tropical zone, is celebrated.

Flip the pages to read more. This publication is available online until Summer 2022.


We are a fruit of Jamaica
. When it comes to that place where your feet may leave but your heart will always be, is relatable us, and to many cultures here in Canada. How can we make such a statement? You need only to pay attention to the many different types of cuisines introducing us all to connections of a land left behind.

At the very center of almost all human relationships and bonds, are our palates. Through food, we share a global language.

Veganism and Jamaican Cuisine

Are you familiar with the word “Ital?” This word describes a Jamaican style of cooking with the intent to increase vitality, energy, and life force. The most common principles of cooking ital, is that the food should be natural, organic and from the earth, thereby excluding processed foods and meat. Our company co-founder, Eartha Lowe, is the daughter of a Rastafarian who taught her the principles of eating for vitality from a young age.

Natural, organic and from the earth. That is our ethos when it comes to cooking – and we bring this passion to every product that we create too.

Our food is inspired by Canadian and Jamaican flavours, created by an ethical and eco-conscious business.

We had a lot of fun putting this publication together. Enjoy our bit of history shared. And in case you missed it, here's your link to see more of A Fruit of Jamaica.

Questions or comments? Contact us.
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Note: The content in this publication is for educational and informational purposes only and is in no way intended to diagnose, treat or cure any medical or other health condition. Your use of the content is at your sole discretion. The content does not constitute medical advice and should not be used as a substitute for the advice of a licensed practitioner or health care provider.