Eden’s Pride – EDEN’S PRIDE EXTRA VIRGIN COCONUT OIL

Dear friends and health enthusiasts:

I’m happy to inform you that I am now responsible for marketing a line of natural health foods under the local Eden’s Pride label.

Our flagship product is our cold-pressed extra virgin coconut oil, which we sell for $20 for a 12-fluid-ounce bottle (see info below)l, and we also supply cassava flour and have wild honey, wheatgrass, black seed oil, raw cocoa and other healthful foods coming on stream.

You can visit our Facebook page for more information:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Edens-Pride/558301690856678?ref=hl

EDEN’S PRIDE EXTRA VIRGIN COCONUT OIL

Made in the tropical island paradise of Barbados , Eden’s Pride Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is an excellent natural energy source offering myriad health benefits.
It is a high-quality cold-pressed, unrefined oil painstakingly produced from the fresh meat of select dried coconuts, without any heat or chemicals whatsoever.

Eden’s Pride Extra Virgin Coconut Oil can be used as an edible oil on its own, in salads, general cooking, frying, sautéing and baking, and also for superior skin and hair care.

Now revered as a super food on the global health market, extra virgin coconut oil’s salubrious properties include boosting the immune system and digestive and metabolic functions, cholesterol and blood pressure maintenance, weight loss and treatment for promotion of bone density,diabetes, cancer, HIV and cancer.

These marvellous benefits are ascribed to the presence of lauric, capric and caprylic acid, which boast antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Eden ‘s Pride also offers high-grade cassava flour, by the pound.

Look out for other quality products coming soon under the trusted Eden ‘s Pride label.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Edens-Pride/558301690856678?ref=hl

Warm regards

Rosemarie Layne

Sales & Marketing

Eden’s Pride

Tel: 435-7201

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