July 2020 Business in Mke Feature

Updated: Aug 20, 2021

This month, We're featuring a business dedicated to healthier living. Garden of Eden Kingdom Living, owned by CEO, Karen E Long.



, "Courtier House" July 2020 Business in Mke Feature, Garden of Eden Kingdom Living, owned by CEO, Karen E Long.
Karen Long, CEO of Garden of Eden KingDom Living

Karen E Long started her Business in 2014, Garden of Eden Kingdom Living, a healthier way to season and sauce up your eating habits.

You know how most of us are pursuing our dreams? Well, Karen is doing just that, literally. When asked “why she started?“ - for her; it started with a dream repeatedly of her running through a garden. She then put together a drink called “Heaven's Passion” drink. From there, she began a journey.


Encouraging people to eat food in it‘s purest most natural form is Garden of Eden’s primary mission, Karen Says “because it gives you natural energy and you will feel better.” Karen says, “the nutrients in healthier eating helps customers live better and live longer.“


, "Courtier House" July 2020 Business in Mke Feature, Garden of Eden Kingdom Living, owned by CEO, Karen E Long.

“My seasoning, drink and sauces help with reducing obesity, it’s a great product for vegans & vegetarians. It has helped customers who’ve had problems with bowel movement and other issues related to stomach problems. It’s gluten free, no sodium and all natural.”


Products are available at Pete's Market. Woodman's, Outpost Natural Foods, locations in Wisconsin and Illinois and on her online site.


Garden of Eden is dedicated to not only healthier living but wealthier living. Karen has launched the Business Made Simple Workshops which are workshops to help customers with setting their businesses up; this includes, walking entrepreneurs through the steps of getting their FEIN, State EIN, Articles of Incorporation and understanding how to best track their profits and losses, break even analysis, and branding their business.


In addition to this; Garden of Eden is selling $15 shares to give opportunities for the community to invest in and experience wealth & shared prosperity. While it’s important for Garden of Kingdom Living to grow, Karen sees the need in usually ignored communities, for neighbors to gain better understanding of financial literacy and about running businesses.

For more information you can visit http://www.gardenofedenkingdomliving.com





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