Labour of Love – how women love the toil of producing shea butter naturally

Labour of Love

The story of shea is one of love itself - love that has survived several generations and will continue to endure for several more. In the month of love, the love story brewed in the savannahs of northern Ghana is worth highlighting.

For generations, the women of the savannah have churned shea butter with their hands to sustain their families. In the process, they have formed an almost spiritual bond with the shea crop.

In spite of the difficult production process of shea butter making, these women have developed love for the process. Year in and year out, thousands of the women band together to undertake this long and strenuous manufacturing process but there is no doubt that they sincerely love what they do.

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