Real Food For Travelers

On the road this festive holiday?

We know how much you love your healthy lifestyle.  Getting outdoors and enjoying the sunshine with the family is the first step to good health this festive season.  You don’t have to be worried about not finding real food on your journey…

Where can you find real food in SA?

These are the establishments who we would recommend to use when traveling this holiday.

Kwazulu Natal 

Lifestyle Health Ballito

Lifestyle Health is a family owned business situated in the rapidly expanding town of Ballito, on the north coast of KZN. Established in 2006, they recently celebrated their 10th Birthday. Lifestyle Health was born out of an overflow of a longstanding passion for all things healthy, natural and organic. They search for the best possible products, with the best possible ingredients to inspire a holistic healthy environment for all. Their motto: “bringing hope, restoring health”.

Lifestyle Health Ballito






Hope Meats

These guys are passionate about supplying top quality meat to health conscious individuals who care as much about the humane treatment of animals and traceability of their food.

“Our beef and lamb are bred and naturally reared grazing the fields on farms in KwaZulu Natal. Our free-range chicken is bred and reared in Eston and the Midlands by a small producer with the same business ethics and love for animals as we do. Pork is bred locally, free of added growth hormones or promoters and routine antibiotics.” – Hope Meats

Home Grown Organics 

At Home Grown, buying organic produce supports local farmers and producers who believe in good health, quality foods and earth-friendly sustainable agricultural practices. And that’s good for everyone, from the farm worker to the planet to your family – and future generations too!










The Litchi Orchard  

With loads of local attractions like coffee shops, restaurants, a nursery and local crafts – The Litchi Orchard is the place to visit this December.  The Litchi Orchard is a beautiful sight in December, when the litchi’s come into season. One thing is for certain and that is that The Litchi Orchard is your best bet when it comes to getting your annual fix of farm-fresh & juicy litchis!







Cape Town

Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants 

Get your dose of healthy, grass reared meats from Andy Fenner, a true advocate of the real food movement. “Buying meat is about more than picking up a vacuum-sealed plastic bag. It’s about the farmers. It’s about the animals. And we want you to be part of the process. It’s your right. By working with passionate suppliers (the type who rear healthy, happy animals) we are able to be the step between the farm and your plate.” Andy Fenner








Spier Deli and Restaurant Stellenbosch 

Going since 1692, Spier is one of South Africa’s oldest wine farms, with a fascinating history and a legacy that the owners never take for granted. Today the farm has a modern, conscious energy. Focused on art and good farming, Spier is about farm-to-table food and accolade wines. Its people are committed to living and working in ways that bring positive change to our environment and community. Our farmer Angus is doing an impeccable job on the Spier farm with his famous egg-mobiles, non GMO chickens and more…

Waterkloof wine farm and Restaurant  

“After ten years of searching, we believe to have found a unique vineyard site, capable of producing truly fine wines with a real sense of place. It is therefore our aim to grow grapes, which are as healthy, balanced and characterful as our natural circumstances will allow. We believe that this can only be achieved by cultivating on a farm that is truly alive and in tune with its natural environment- from the rocky soil in which the vines grow, right the way through the surrounding eco-system.” – Waterkloof






Oranjezicht City Farm 

The Oranjezicht City Farm is a neighbourhood nonprofit Cape Town farm project celebrating local food, culture and community through urban agriculture. Their mission: To improve under-utilised public green spaces by creating demonstration gardens for hands-on community-wide food gardening education, thereby increasing access to fresh vegetables.