Free Tea: The Julia Ruffin Project in Dawsonville, GA Researches and Promotes Papaya Leaf Tea


Ready to enter the second stage of renovation on the third oldest building in Dawsonville, GA, the Director of the Julia Ruffin Project, Jill Nicole Gallo and her GC, David Lazenby, are beaming about how beautiful the new home for the Project will be. The Julia Ruffin Project is a not for profit organization that promotes, researches, and grows papaya leaf tea.

The new home for the Project in downtown Dawsonville will provide 2000 sft of relaxed space for Nicole Gallo and her team to manage operations of the project all over the world. In this unique space customers will be able to drink papaya leaf tea for free. A Grand Opening is anticipated in early December.

Currently agricultural and product research is focused in Jamaica.

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