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International Organic Day

Blog by #EarthboundOrganic


How Can You Celebrate International Organic Day? 

Have a meal out at one of these organic cafes:

o   Leafy Greens (Johannesburg) -

o   Plant café (Cape Town) –

o   La Boca (Port Elizabeth) -

Stock up on organic produce and other products at these organic food markets and shops:


o   The Bryanston Organic & Natural Market (Johannesburg) -

o   I Heart Market (Durban) -

o   OZCF Harvest and Market Days (Cape Town) -


o   Terra Madra (Gauteng – online) -

o   Dovehouse Organics farm shop (Howick) -

Nurture your green thumb:

o   Attend an organic workshop at Soil for Life (Cape Town)  -

o   Pick up the book Jane’s Delicious Garden for organic gardening tips -

Pamper your body organically

o   JuMe body products (sold nationally) -

o   Africology spa (Johannesburg) -

Stay at an organic B&B

o   Rosedale Organic B&B (Eastern Cape, near Addo) -

o   Samhitakasha Cob House (Muizenberg, Cape Town) -

Follow these organic voices on Twitter

o   @FoodWithAStory - Promoting artisanal and ethical food in South Africa, with a strong interest in food security and community resilience

o   @EcoDivaNicole - For all things Divalicious - Check out  for the latest eco & wellness tips, news and trends.

o   @ChangeAgentSA - Change Agent: Humanitarian, Climate Change &Environmental Activist, Entrepreneur. Tutu Fellow. Lead SA Executive & National Director of @missearth_sa

The full Earthbound range can be foraged from TOPS @ SPAR, Liquor City, and Darling Wine Shop, and Makro, Wellness Warehouse Cavendish and Kloof street, Pick n Pay and for between R45.00 (white) and R54.00 (red) RSP. Also available at Col Cacchio’s Restaurants.

#EarthboundOrganic.  For more information about #Earthboundwines visit and join them on Facebook at EarthboundWines and Twitter @EarthboundWines.

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