In the beginning, our great grandmother was known as Iya Ojà this translates to the market mother which means she sold food in the market. In the next generation to follow our grandmother was and is still popularly knows as Iya Oúnjẹ, this translates to the mother of food. This is because she sold food from an extended kitchen made in the back of our grandfather's house. People would come to eat after work or school before eating out was even a thing.
In today's generation, we are known as Mama Junior, an informal way of calling a woman in Nigeria is often by the name of her first child or son. We value family and culture and seek to bring this through our business and produce.
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