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Welcome to ZZ2

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Welcome to ZZ2

ZZ2 is a farming conglomerate operating in Mooketsi, Politsi, Polokwane and Musina in the Limpopo Province, Ceres and Riebeek-Wes in the Western Cape and Langkloof in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
ZZ2 produces tomatoes, onions, avocados, apples, pears and beef. Tomatoes are the main crop with in the region of 160 000 tonnes being produced annually. ZZ2 is a world leader in tomato production and large scale biological farming practices. Natuurboerdery® is the name given by ZZ2 to this agricultural approach.

A viable commercial herd consisting mainly of Pinzgauers is run on the non-arable land, primarily for the breeding of weaners and high value stud cattle.

The ZZ2 brand is a well known icon in South Africa and has a proud history... read more

Natuurboerdery

FoodHealth is our promise, healthy soil our passion

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Featured Product

Onions are produced in Mooketsi, Polokwane, Pontdrift, Riebeek Wes and Ceres. ZZ2 is the only producer of onions in the country that can claim to have year-round production. In the winter months the Limpopo Lite onion is produced in the North and in the summer the Cape Brown onion is produced in the South. The Limpopo Lite is light in colour, slightly pungent and with a tangy taste. The Cape Brown onion is a beautiful dark brown colour that is fantastic for cooking or can be used raw in salads.

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Memorable meals


 

Serves six as a starter or four as a main meal.

Heat the oven to 200◦ C. Empty a packet of Romanita tomatoes into an ovenproof dish and sprinkle with one teaspoon of sugar, one teaspoon of coarse sea salt and some freshly ground black pepper...

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