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Nicest when it's fresh!

We have discovered a unique opportunity to supply European avocados on a minimum of 10 months of the year.  Therefore we can reduce the food miles on this product and not being reliant on a product harvested when still immature to enable it to survive a long sea journey by container. This will improve the flavour and increase customer satisfaction. We will use our chosen for taste brand with this product. Please click here for more information

Hass Avos and view across the valley behind .

Be Organic's recent trip to South Africa to vist the farms where all of our summer soft citrus comes from.

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November 2015



December 2015

Andrew and Head Chef Jeremy Lee; from Quo Vadis at The World Marmalade Awards press morning Jeremy is the new judge in the artisan awards categories. For more information on the awards please see the link below.



January 2016

Long awaited new season, Ruby Red Moro blood oranges from Scilly. The crop was unaffected by the recent spectacular eruption of Mount Etna. Always a refreshing way to start the New Year.



March 2016

The Development of Steenbok farm is a major project and investment in the future of organic farming in Eastern Cape South Africa.


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andrew steenbok

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2016 South African Butternut Season

The internal quality colour and taste has been exceptional this year, due to a very hot and long South African summer. The product has arrived to an empty market and demand has been very high.  This is all encouraging for the farms in South Africa as we embark on a huge investment on 450 hectares of virgin bush veldt land.  The Steenbok Farm will be planted with butternut squash, gem squash, indigenous pumpkin and sweet potato this September and October ready for export February /April 2017.


May 2016

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March 2017

South African Citrus Update 2017

The Eastern Cape has experienced a drought since October 2015. It seems extraordinary that they can produce any crop in such conditions. However the Sundays River Valley enjoys the benefit of a canal system that was built in the 1980s and diverts water from the Orange River north of Pretoria and into this region.


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August 2017

The origins of the Victoria plum are not exactly known. It is reputed to have been found in a garden in Alderton, Sussex, by a nurseryman call Denyer who originally named it “Sharp’s Emperor” ...

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March 2018

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October 2015