no added nitrites

Our online shop is open

A massive thanks to Yolande, in the middle in the photo below, and her husband Francois for enabling this. It feels like we are growing up. All you need to do is click on SHOP NOW and follow the instructions.

To celebrate we have released our salami sticks. As with all our butchery products we don’t cancer inducing nitrates and nitrites. Currently the only butchery in the land not adding these chemicals.

Ruvarashe and Phello are showing off our salami sticks which come in packs of 150 grams. The packets are filled with Nitrogen gas which keeps the product room temperature stable for 3 months. We use our pigs to make the salami as well as our organic Shiraz wine from the farm. Our beef and chicken products are also available online as well my Ezibusisweni Straw Wine.

The salt in all our products is from Khoisan and we also use it for our animals in their free choice mineral licks.



24 February 2018


Recommended retail selling price

We have amended our website to have a click through to our recommended retail selling price.

The usual markup on the VAT inclusive price for meat is between 18% and 23%. Because we have a higher quality product we have suggested to our clients to charge a 30% markup.

To see those prices please click here 20171221 RRSP


22 December 2017

All our products are now available on the farm. No more office pick up.

The Stellenbosch Farm Kitchen opened on the Spier Wine Farm today. I am thrilled that they have given me so much space for all our produce. More about our produce is here and more about our farming here and here.

The short video taken this morning shows the werf, first I am pointing out the Hoghouse Bakery and Barbeque, then I point to where we make our organic estate wines with grapes that we look after, behind that I point to the Eight restaurant and further on into the farm. Then into the Kitchen. All the ingredients for the picnics as well as many retail items. Especially the book that inspired me to start farming “The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan


What this does mean is that we no longer allow pick ups from our farm office.


1 September 2017

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