Mrs. Pruitt's CHA CHA - Detroit's Finest Relish and Condiments | About
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Mrs. Pruitt’s Gourmet CHA CHA is so much more than Salsa. It is a Relish, Condiment, Sauce, Spread, or Garnish. CHA CHA Compliments your favorite dish!


Ma Pruitt’s CHA CHA recipe honors her spirit as it has been passed down through several Pruitt generations since the 19th century. In 2014, Fall Harvest Urban Farms started manufacturing Mrs. Pruitt’s Gourmet CHA CHA.

We are a family business that historically grown our own vegetables and preserved the produce that we grow similar to past generations. Mrs. Pruitt’s Gourmet CHA CHA is a product of Fall Harvest Urban Farms, LLC.

Mrs. Pruitt’s Gourmet CHA CHA comes in Mild, Hot, and new extra hot Motor City Heat flavors, is gluten free, vegan friendly and manufactured in Michigan.  We pride ourselves in urban farming and growing local produce. We teach families sustainability in urban communities, gardening, know where their vegetables come from and how to grow their own vegetables in Michigan.

Our goal is to become known as the premier authentic locally, City of Detroit grown and gourmet CHA CHA producer with an ever expanding geographic distribution.

One thing for sure is that CHA CHA (also known as Chow Chow) has been enjoyed in the Southern United States for well over 100 years, and now Mrs. Pruitt‘s Gourmet CHA CHA is brought to you. CHA CHA for now!

The Mrs. Pruitt’s Story

Mrs. Pruitt’s CHA CHA is a family recipe dating back to the early 1800’s. Grandma Pruitt better known as “Ma Pruitt”  developed the original CHA CHA recipe in the back woods of South Carolina. 


This recipe derived from the need to harvest and preserve home grown vegetables; by canning and preserving during the late summer and fall seasons.  Our vision is to market Ma Pruitt’s recipe for all to enjoy. A southern delicacy and cuisine that represents a flair of down home cooking.  We aim to incorporate and continue her life lessons that includes her guided wisdom and parables that promotes healthy eating and building strong families.


These parables or sayings are packed with wise tales and truths that will unite and connect families to work together.  Ma Pruitt would fondly say, “Don’t waste your food now!”, “Don’t talk with food in your mouth!”, “Watch your manners!” and “Eat and enjoy!”