Payment Method –

Currently, we accept cash on delivery and bank transfers. In the future we will have the option to pay with a credit card upon delivery and to pay online as well, we will keep up to date when we make these improvements.

Wholesale inquiries – If you are interested in displaying our goods in your shops or you want to purchase our items in bulk please contact the following number 077 786 8438

​ Someone from our team will be contacting you prior to attempting your delivery, after three (3) attempts if there is no answer we will leave a message call us back and we will deliver it afterwards. If any of the fresh produce has gone bad as a result of this delay we cannot refund your money or take back the product since we held it for you, refusal to pay on delivery will result in your order being cancelled.

What is the organic concept?

Organic farming is thought to be the farming practice in which the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides are avoided. In conventional farming, these synthetic substances that are used can get absorbed by the plant and bioaccumulate when humans consume this sort of food it can, in turn, bioaccumulate within the human body and cause many problems with regards to general health. This may be in the short term or in the long term; with the organic concept, this is prevented. In addition, growing under certified organic regulations means that these farming practices conserve the biodiversity of the land, do not strip the soil from essential microbe and do not contaminate water that nourishes the crops. It means that these farming practices are sustainable practices and can be used to feed future generations as well.

What is certified organic?

Not everyone can label their food items as organic in order to be called certified organic it needs to have a certification body authorizing it to use a particular certificate.

​ Organic certification is a process for producers of organic food, to ensure that their processes adhere to the strict guidelines required for organic manufacturing. Any business directly involved in organic food production needs to certify everything from their seed suppliers, their farmer groups, their processing facilities and their retail facilities.

The requirement for organic certification varies from country to country but it always involves a set of production standards for the growing stage, the storage stage, processing, packing and the shipping stages. For an instance, many international standards impose that you avoid synthetic chemical input, radiation and usage of sewage as fertilizer, it also calls for the avoidance of genetically modified seed, the farmland has o be free from prohibited chemical put for a number of years, usually 3 years or more.

If there are livestock, livestock has to be raised with specific requirements for feeding, housing and breeding. There are also must be a strict physical separation. It includes an inspection at least once a year. In countries where the certification is not overseen by the government they can use internationally recognized certification which comes with its own inspection agent and those international standards will be recognized broadly all over the world. We have several such international standards for more information; please see the link below.