Fruit Processing Companies In South Africa

What is a Fruit Processing?

Technological procedures of processing fruit and vegetables can be classified into a few processing methods: Traditional processing methods – drying, concentrating, heating (cooking, baking, frying) cooling, use of additives – preservatives, acidification, fermentation.

Fruit Processing Companies In South Africa

Ceres Fruit Processors (Pty) Ltd

Address: Vos St, Hamletway, Ceres, 6835, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30 pm

Phone: +27 23 316 8000

Fresh To Go – Johannesburg

Address: Unit 1A, Plumbago Business Park, Spier Road, Glen Erasmia, Kempton Park, 1619, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 4:30 pm

Phone: +27 11 390 2692

Ebbul Foods Processing

Address: 714 Helen St, Hermanstad, Pretoria, 0082, South Africa

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 7 am Tue

Family Day hours

Phone: +27 12 379 9461

South Africa Fruit Technology Ltd T/A Unitec SA

Address: Old Paarl Rd, Cape Town, South Africa

Hours:Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 21 862 1974

Langeberg & Ashton Foods

Address: 1 Main Rd, Ashton, 6715, South Africa

Hours: Open now

Phone: +27 23 615 8200

How much fruit is produced in South Africa?

Fruit Farming in South Africa

4.7 million tons

Figures from Fruit South Africa indicated that more than 4.7 million tons of fruit are produced in South Africa of which 59% is exported, 28% is used for processing and 12% sold locally.

Which fruit is famous in South Africa?

According to the Department: of Agriculture, Forestries and Fisheries (DAFF), these are considered the most important South African indigenous fruit crops: Marula, Marula plum, red milkwood fruit, wld medlar, kei apple, monkey orange, sour fig and sour plum.