Umthunzi Farming Community Order Form
Welcome to Umthunzi Farming Community!

****PLEASE NOTE: Orders can be placed from Mondays to Tuesday (2pm). This week's orders are now closed, so that we can prepare for harvest and packing***

About Us
Umthunzi farming community was established in March 2018. ‘Umthunzi’ means ‘shade’ in IsiXhosa, symbolising the support Umthunzi aims to provide to the soil, the plants, the farmers and our Cape Town community. Our mission is to support urban farmers to grow, sell and eat high quality, nourishing, seasonal, organic vegetables, improve consumer education and awareness of our local food system, and consciously link together all role players along the supply chain, from seed to consumer. Our vision is to create a more sustainable, ethical and transparent local food system, thereby increasing the sustainable livelihood of farmers and access to nourishing food for all. We currently work with a network of approximately 30 small-scale farmers based all over the Cape Flats in Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Nyanga and Mitchell’s Plain. Our farmers have gardens that range from close to 1 hectare of land to small patches next to their homes.

***NOTICEBOARD***
-NEW collection point for folks living in the Atlantic Seaboard
-Please take a few moments to complete our customer survey: www.bit.ly/umthunzi_survey
-We are running a Backabuddy Donation Campaign. Help us reach our goal of R10,000: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/champion/project/67give-umthunzi-farming-community
-Our new website is under construction (www.umthunzifarmingcommunity.co.za)
-Upcycled, reusable, bespoke Umthunzi bags (in partnership with Growbag) are in production (http://www.growbag.co.za/)

What we offer:
We offer Umthunzi Harvest Bags that contain a variety of organic (non-certified) produce harvested on the day of delivery:
-Small Harvest Bag (8 types of veg)=R140
-Large Harvest Bag (12 types of veg)=R180

Here is a list of the kinds of organic (non-certified) veg you will get in your bag during Spring season. Please note: We cannot guarantee what you’ll get in your bag, as our bags are filled based on whatever is ready to harvest that week:
Spring onions, Leeks, Fennel, Cabbage, Carrots, Celery, Radish, Potatoes, Green Beans, Chard, Kale, New Zealand spinach (similar to English baby spinach but more hardy), Dune spinach (indigenous edible succulent), Veldkool (indigenous asparagus-like veg), Gooseberries, Thyme, Rosemary, Oreganum, Parsley, Coriander, Lettuce, Peas, Broadbeans, Rhubarb

Additional goodies you can order:
-Manelisi (an Umthunzi network farmer in Gugulethu) and Usana (http://www.usana.co.za/) free range eggs=R20 for 6 eggs
-Magda's (an Umthunzi network farmer in Mitchell's Plain) organic compost=R30 for 5 kg
-Umthunzi homemade pestos/dips/preserves=R45-50 per jar
-Selected naturally organic produce (https://www.naturallyorganic.co.za/)
-Selected Komati Foods items (About Komati: http://komatifoods.co.za/)
-Seleted Simply Bee products (About Simply Bee: https://simplybee.co.za/)
- be.bare handmade organic soaps

Collection points
-A Touch of Madness, 12 Nuttall Road, Observatory, Cape Town (Thursdays, 17:00-20:00)
-Hail Pizza @Clarke's Bar and Dining, 133 Bree Street, Cape Town (Thursdays, 17:00-20:00)
-The Shop, Three Anchor Bay road, Three Anchor Bay (Thursdays, 17:00-20:00)

Payment:
Please note that you need to fill in our order form to secure your order, before making payment.
Please send EFT to:
Name: MISS EN HOSKING
Bank: Capitec
Branch number: 470010
Account number: 1575181051
Account type: Savings
Reference: Your name and today's date (eg KBloch21March)

Proof of payment is not necessary.

For more information, feel free to contact us at info@umthunzifarmingcommunity.co.za

This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service