Our mission is to be the leading distributor of healthy living products and services in Zimbabwe and beyond to create a healthy people in a disease afflicted world.
Our products are characterized by being 100% plant based. We thrive to provide the best/close to best untempered plant based products. Our products are not tempered in the sense that they are not contaminated with food additives that we find in most products such as food colorants, preservatives and many more artifacts to improve odour, taste and shelf life of products.
Our products fall into 3 categories
1. Direct Farm produce- in the form of grains e.g. sugar beans, round nuts, peanuts, maize grain, sunflower seed e.t.c
2. Processed Farm produce- soya bean, grains, nuts derivatives e.g. soy butter, soy nuggets, sunflower spread, peanut butter, sorghum, mhunga, zviyo, mealie rice, samp e.t.c.
3. Cooked- meals that are free from additives and are 100% plant based, snacks that are produced under natural/healthy conditions e.g. sundried nuts, smoothies, roasted nuts, none dairy yoghurt substitutes.
We conduct Health Seminars
Vegan cooking for functions such as weddings, parties, corporate cocktail parties.
We run a restaurant under the name V-Delights which prepares 100% plant based meals
Working with primary and secondary schools, Sibanye Animal Welfare and Conservancy Trust (SAWCT) provides education on vegan diets, Emphasis is placed on human health, the environment and animal welfare. A vegan diet is the solution needed to have liberated animals. We plan to introduce meatless Wednesdays in schools and communities. The programme has the theme: a healthy human, a healthy environment and a happy animal.
Train our youth the be responsible and nurture their compassion for the environment and other living species. It’s important for them to understand that the environment is their home and wildlife species are their friendly neighbours from a young age. We achieve this through: setting up a youth ranger programme, school animal welfare clubs, nature walks, and weekend camps. Conservation has been occurring and must continue using modern and traditional ways, both of which young people learning through this programme.