About Us

The Story

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One fine October day, Pam asked her friend, Sue, “Do you have a pomegranate tree in your backyard?”

Sue replied, “Yes!”

Pam then said, “Let’s make pomegranate jelly for our parent helpers for the Holidays!”

Sue agreed and discovered that she thoroughly enjoyed turning fruit into jellies and jams.

After a few years, Sue retired from teaching. The working teachers told her to keep making those jams and jellies and they would buy them to give to their parent helpers. Thus a niche was born and opportunity was there!

Fruits of My Labor became official in April, 2011 complete with business license, health permits and 2 beautiful copper jam pans. Since then a lot of love, ambition and hard work has been poured into the jam business.

 

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