#foodhealth is
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Healthy soil is our passion

our story

At ZZ2 our food journey started over 110 years ago. Since then we have grown into a farming conglomerate that does not only provide South Africans with healthy and affordable food every day of the year, but export high-value produce all over the world.

It is our quest to be the benchmark of success in agriculture, to create a home for our people, to be an integral part of the communities we live in and to shape the future through economic growth. But above all, we believe we are connected to our customers and the rest of the world through our passion and heritage.

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embracing nature

More than two decades ago, ZZ2 started a journey that steered away from conventional, industrial agriculture towards a system that aims to farm in harmony with nature. We call this journey Natuurboerdery®.

Natuurboerdery® is farming with awareness and sensitivity towards the ever changing natural and human environment, and adapting to this change with best efficiency in order to stay relevant and to prosper.

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Ke Tzwa Tzweo

In honour of our Selobedu heritage, the Sepedi/ Northern Sotho phrase, 'Ke Tzwa Tzweo', was added to our brand in recent years. Its literal translation is ‘That's it’.

This means that we are considerate towards our environment and stakeholders; we believe in fairness and integrity; we work with determination and persistence; and we believe in tolerance and restraint in our daily drive. That’s it, Ke Tzwa Tzweo!

Latest recipe

Easy ‘Cheats’ Sesha Sauce Recipe using Tomato Juice

Sheba is a popular South African sauce, traditionally served with pap. This rich tomato sauce is tangy,sweet and a very delicious way to elevate your food. Serve over rice, as a dipor even as a pasta sauce and is also a perfect accompaniment to nearly any meat, but particularly poultry and beef.

 Traditionally the Shebas auce is made using whole tomatoes, but this sauce is a super easy, and super-fast to make – because we use the 100% Romanita Tomato Juice from ZZ2 tomatoes. We have also ‘revitalised’ the original Sesha, with the addition of celery, leeks and coriander, instead of just onions.

 We call it ‘Cheats ShebaSauce’.

 Sheba sauce is much sweeter and more subtle than a classic Italian tomato sauce and using the Romanita Tomato Juice is a no brainer! What could be simpler?

The Romanita Tomato Juice is sweet (yet contains no added sugar), silky smooth (but contains no added water) is preservative free, and most importantly is not acidic like some tomato juice can be. The delicious tomato juice works perfectly in this recipe to replace whole tomatoes and makes a very quick Sheba sauce for when you are short on time.

latest recipe

Easy ‘Cheats’ Sesha Sauce Recipe using Tomato Juice

Sheba is a popular South African sauce, traditionally served with pap. This rich tomato sauce is tangy,sweet and a very delicious way to elevate your food. Serve over rice, as a dipor even as a pasta sauce and is also a perfect accompaniment to nearly any meat, but particularly poultry and beef.

 Traditionally the Shebas auce is made using whole tomatoes, but this sauce is a super easy, and super-fast to make – because we use the 100% Romanita Tomato Juice from ZZ2 tomatoes. We have also ‘revitalised’ the original Sesha, with the addition of celery, leeks and coriander, instead of just onions.

 We call it ‘Cheats ShebaSauce’.

 Sheba sauce is much sweeter and more subtle than a classic Italian tomato sauce and using the Romanita Tomato Juice is a no brainer! What could be simpler?

The Romanita Tomato Juice is sweet (yet contains no added sugar), silky smooth (but contains no added water) is preservative free, and most importantly is not acidic like some tomato juice can be. The delicious tomato juice works perfectly in this recipe to replace whole tomatoes and makes a very quick Sheba sauce for when you are short on time.

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