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Posted on: Thursday, 25 June 2009

Stellenbosch Natural and Organic Farmers’ Market

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Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Pick up freshly picked produce at the Stellenbosch Natural and Organic Farmers’ Market on the grounds of the Stellenbosch Waldorf School. The provenance of organic ingredients sold at this intimate little farm market (trading since 2001) adds simultaneously to the quality of taste and life. The passionate practice of pure pleasures and plantations are sold stallside by earth loving purveyors.

A German bakery warms dreams with hot pretzels and breads. Elgin apple juice takes the texture of organic clouds in a glass. Organic dried fruit and nuts play ‘eat-me’ with free-roaming children. Unpasteurised jersey joghurt leaves an organic cream moustache on smiling faces. Little herb pots flourish under big leaf canopies of trees. Proud pumpkins impress shoppers with their giant form. Organic-lemon syrups alongside organic brown sugar inspires organic dessert ideas.

Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Gardening projects provide organic veggies pesticide free and vitamin rich. Jars, bottles and bowls of preservative free delights preserve life and health. Farm style fry-ups are yummed up at provided tables and teas and cakes comfort Saturday mornings into Saturday afternoons. Spend an organic morning under an organic sun letting organic flavours unfold from an organic source that grew in it’s own organic way in its own organic time.

Useful Info:
Where? Stellenbosch Organic Market, Stellenbosch Waldorf School, Tweefontein Farm, Technopark Stellenbosch (Off R44 Technopark off-ramp).
When? Saturday Mornings from 08h00 – 12h00. (Call to confirm)
Contact? +27 (0)21 880 1039

Useful Links:
If you are planning a visit to Stellenbosch you may find these links useful:
Stellenbosch Attractions
Things to Do in Stellenbosch
Stellenbosch Hotels & Lodges
Stellenbosch Overnight Accommodation

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