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ZZ2, FoodHealth is our promise, healthy soil our passion

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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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ZZ2 has extensive avocado orchards in the Mooketsi valley as well as Politsi and Houtbosdorp. The avocados are farmed according to Natuurboerdery principles, meaning that biological plant nutrient and plant protection technologies are favoured.

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Memorable meals

Poached-PearsServes six
Peel six Forelle (or other firm variety) pears, keeping them whole with the stalks attached. In a saucepan, heat a bottle of good red wine, with two cinnamon sticks, a few cloves, the rind of an orange and a cup of brown sugar. Bring to boil. Add the pears and simmer for about 10 -15 minutes, until the pears are a lovely purple colour, but still firm. Discard the spices and rind and serve the pears in the wine syrup with vanilla ice cream or a dollop of marscapone cheese.

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