Gramps Morgan launches Exclusive Caribbean Food Line
According to a release sent to dancehallreggaeworld, the company was inspired by his late mother, Pearl. Gramps came up with the idea after seeing his mother chew and feed an old homeless woman sugar cane straight from her mouth because the old woman had no teeth to chew the sugar cane. Through this act, he saw the strength and love for others through his mother's eyes, and from that day, it lived with Gramps that we should all bring kindness and love to others, hence Gramps' Farms.
The food line will be distributed worldwide and will also be affordable and healthy to all humanity.
Gramps Farms will be the exclusive Caribbean food line at one of the largest food and beverage expos in the world - 'The South West Food Expo (SWE)'. Gramps Farms will be there June 24-25 and clients may come and see the booth and even make a purchase there. The event will be held at the Dallas Convention Center in Texas, USA.
Gramps has been a part of the Morgan Heritage group
since he was a youngster before branching out on his own as a solo artiste in 2009. He is now revelling in the success which includes a Grammy for production and song writing done on the album titled Before the Dawn'. He was also nominated for a Soul Train award for 'Best Reggae Artiste' of the year, winning 'Best Album of the Year at the EMA Awards in Jamaica, as well as Album of the Year in Canada, and Gramps also went on to win three awards at the IRAMA including song of the year.
After doing extensive touring with American singer India Arie, John Legend and many more. Gramps being passionate about helping others in need, also established his own charity GMOM (Gramps Music Orchestrating Miracles), to help bring relief to the needy in various parts of the world such as the Caribbean and Africa.