Eat better – direct from the farm
Ever wonder why some foods just taste better than others? Your eyes may only see what lies on the surface of a rosy apple or a sprightly stalk, but there are a lot more nutrients in every fruit and vegetable that is grown fresh and delivered direct to you – from farm to table.
Fresher from source, better in nutrition
Locally grown or directly imported produce do not have to travel long distances to reach consumers, so they can picked at optimum ripeness. Hence, they are able to fully develop and retain rich vitamins and minerals, and thus maximise their nutritional potential.
More value in every bite
The buck doesn’t stop at health benefits alone. The direct effect of buying straight from the source also means more savings – up to 30% as a matter of fact. How? Well, you won’t have to pay additional distribution, collecting, sorting and packing fees now!
Exotic varieties for adventurous palates
Your local supermarket may carry all the usual varieties of fruit, but if you’re looking for something healthier and more exciting, you’re more likely to find it at our Farm to Table stores. Choose from fresh herbs and spices like sage or thyme, to South Africa Abate Fetel (a kind of pear), locally grown kale and more.
Wholesome recipes for your family
Try out these recipes, made fresh from our Farm to Table partners!
This salad is filled with delicious greens to please every fussy family member.
500g beetroot, cut into wedges
500g butterhead lettuce
300-400g fennel, thinly sliced
½ teaspoon salt and pepper
4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
3 tablespoons olive oil
Heat oven to 200ºC. Bake beetroot in oil for 20 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Toss lettuce, fennel and balsamic vinegar together. Serves 3-4 pax.
Enjoy more family bliss with this nutrient-filled smoothie treat that’s high in antioxidants.
2 x 125g blueberries
1-1½ bananas, chopped
1 cup orange juice (900g oranges)
2-3 cups ice
Juice oranges to make the juice base. Blend strawberries, blueberries and bananas until pureed, then add in the juice and ice. Serves 3-4 pax.
Love snacking? Switch to a healthier alternative that’s just as delicious as potato chips.
300g curly kale
1½ tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon sea salt
Heat oven to 200ºC. Separate kale leaves from stem. Drizzle oil over kale and sprinkle salt to season. Bake for 15 minutes. Serves 5-6 pax.
Looking for farm fresh ingredients?
Shop now at our Farm to Table stores, curated to deliver all the goodness of the fruits and veggies you love – directly to you. Enjoy direct savings of as much as 30%*, greater selections, from regular to exotic produce, and more freshness straight from the suppliers to you.