Bag Partners: Who is in Your Bag?
Harvest of Hope partners with select organizations and traders focusing on local, ethical, fair trade, and organically grown items. We like to source and provide a complement to our vegetables each week. Thanks to these partners for making it possible and highlighting other great products available in Cape Town!
Restaurants and Catering supporting Harvest of Hope Farmers
In the summer of 2015 Harvest of Hope started supplying a few restaurants and caterers with fresh, locally grown produce. Like our bag members we like to refer to these relationships as partners. The chefs and founders of these companies believe in supporting local farmers and promoting a healthy South Africa. We are honoured to be featured in their kitchens, on their menus, and a part of their successful enterprises. Thanks to these folks and a growing number of partners, Harvest of Hope can continue to purchase from more emerging farmers and build our capacity to serve Cape Town.
For help in incorporating seasonal and local vegetables into your menu, or to be more vegetarian friendly please email our bulk orders team manager at email@example.com.
We would like to recognize the following partners for their support of Abalimi farmers through their weekly orders of HoH vegetables:
The Mount Nelson & Head Chef Rudi Liebenbeg, our first restaurant partner
The Black Sheep & Chef/Owner Jonathan Japa, one of our first restaurant partners and our largest account
The Vineyard Hotel and Head Chef Carl Van Rooyen
Gather and Chef/Owner Filippa Harrington, who sources exclusively from HoH and two additional local microfarming operations
ASH Restaurant and Chef/Co-Owner Ashley Heeger, whose goal is to serve HoH produce in every dish
The Hungry Herbivore Cafe and Chef/Owner Amy Scott
Edible Co. and Chantal Wheatly
Food Jams and Chef/Owner Jade de Waal
Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants and Andy Fenner
The Healing Tree Health Shop
Hallelujah and Head Chef Emma Hofmans
Maria's Greek Cafe
The Shortmarket Club and Head Chef Wesley Randles and Sous Chef Jabir Moses
Harvest of Hope is a project of Abalimi Bezekhaya so of course we could not do what we do without the support our teammates provide to our farmers. We strongly believe in collaboration with other organizations to promote healthy and sustainable farming, nutrition awareness, and promoting local farming. These are just a few of the organisations we feel honoured in partnering with to build a better tomorrow.
Harvest of Hope is very much a community organisation. If you or someone you know would like to get involved, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are graciously accepting volunteers, marketing support, more restaurants, new local champions, and farmers to help fill the demand we currently have. Please submit inquiries to HoH at firstname.lastname@example.org