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Jamaica Made Features Dr. Elorine Turner Pryce and Eden Joy Whole Foods

Feature | November 27, 2019
Many of us do not really pay attention to our diets until we run into issues with our health. But how many of us facing that situation have managed to turn the circumstance into disposable income? Breast cancer survivor, Dr. Elorine Turner Pryce has turned her now healthy eating habits into the thriving business, Eden Joy Whole Foods. Listen to this edition of Jamaica Made as we explore how Eden Joy Whole Foods is improving the health of others.
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