We grow your vegetables in collaboration with women-run co-operatives in Gauteng, using local community gardens. By ensuring that the fresh foods we eat is grown closer to where we live, we can commit to all-season round affordability of fresh foods particulalry to low-income communities who struggle with food security.

Our chief supplier Mam Maureen runs her own small scale farm in Zuurbekom on the Westrand & supplies most of Lenasia with her produce.  

Fresh home storage tip: 

  • Leafy greens like iceberg lettuce, kale and spinach will keep fresher if washed before storage. 
  • Except for leafy greens (spinach, kale, lettuce), fresh vegetables have a natural protective coating and should not be washed before storing. Washing will make them spoil faster.



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Picture of Baby corn (125g)

Baby corn (125g)

Enjoy on their own as a snack, as part of a stri-fry or roast.
R25,00 R20,00
Picture of Chunky Roast Veggies (500g)

Chunky Roast Veggies (500g)

A variety of veggies perfect for a stew mix or roast.
Picture of Brussels Sprouts (300g)

Brussels Sprouts (300g)

Fresh & crunchy for roasting or light frying.
Picture of Baby spinach (200g)

Baby spinach (200g)

Picture of Broccoli florets (200g)

Broccoli florets (200g)

R32,50 R25,00
Picture of Cauliflower florets (350g)
Picture of Cauliflower & Broccoli florets (350g)
Picture of Coleslaw salad (400g)
Picture of Baby potatoes (1kg)

Baby potatoes (1kg)

Perfect for a roast or potato salad.
Picture of Celery (400g)

Celery (400g)

Add frozen to smoothies, sauces, soups, casseroles, stews or to a stir-fry during cooking.
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