Constantia Waldorf School has restarted their organic market on Friday afternoons from 11am onwards selling vegetables, flowers, biodynamic apple juice, and the well-known Camphill products.
Every Friday between 11.30am and 3pm
Constantia Waldorf School, Spanschemat Road, Constantia.
What you’ll find there:
A large selection of organic and biodynamic fresh produce, including fruit, vegetables, eggs and dairy, as well as honeys, pickles and home-made jams and preserves.
Good to know:
Some of the best prices for organic produce in Cape Town.
For more information, contact Jeanne 082 215 0764 or Roger 082 569 9894.
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