Fijian Princess Visits Flagler County, Florida
Flagler Beach, FL, November 22nd, 2010 – Natures Nurse International, Inc. is excited to announce the visit of Resina Koroi from Fiji to Flagler County, Florida. Mrs. Koroi is co-founder of Nature’s Nurse International and the princess of the village in Fiji that the key ingredient in the Nature’s Nurse line of products comes from, the Fijian Red Mangrove. The raw plants are converted to a USDA approved dietary supplement product in the United States for use in several products.
Mrs. Koroi is happy and available to speak at no charge on women’s rights, international peace initiatives, women's movements, women's microfinance, and how her company is helping the women of Fiji form their microfinance companies. She is also available for media interviews.
Mrs. Koroi can also speak about how it really does ‘take a village’ to harvest, bless, prepare and ship the pure wild crafted, organic plants from the pristine shorelines of The Fiji Islands. Hundreds of villagers participate in the harvests and use traditional sustainable methods to do so. Using traditional methods, the plants are pruned and this strengthens the mangrove tracts. The women’s edible “mud crab” industry, which relies on healthy mangrove systems as a crab habitat, is maintained and the nearby ocean fishing reefs are sustained because the healthy mangrove tracts on the shore ensure no silting of the fishing reefs occurs.
The villagers who harvest are paid fairly, the environment and natural plant resources are sustained, and quality control processes are intact for all shipments of red mangrove from The Fiji Islands.
She will be available from November 26th to December 24th in Flagler County and the surrounding counties.
To schedule Mrs. Koroi to speak to your organization or group, contact: email@example.com or via telephone at 386-566-3466.
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