It was twice as nice for Team Two-a-Day who took the Tru-Cape Packhouse Trophy in the 8th Tru-Cape Packhouse Challenge held at the Grabouw Country Club, Saturday, August 26. Knocking Kromco off their long-time winning streak, Two-a-Day scored 5487 in the
The Tru-Cape Packhouse Challenge 2017, an inter-packhouse trail running competition, is set for next week, Saturday, August 26. Teams from Western Cape packhouses will include Two-a-Day, Ceres Fruit Growers, Kromco, APL and Fruitways as well as a team from event sponsor
The 8th Tru-Cape Packhouse Challenge is on Saturday, August 26 at the Grabouw Country Club. Please click the following link to download an application form that also features detailed route descriptions and other important information about the event. TC Packhouse Challenge
The Tru-Cape Packhouse Challenge 2017, an inter-packhouse trail running competition, is set for Saturday, August 26 this year. Teams from Western Cape packhouses will include Two-a-Day, Ceres Fruit Growers, Kromco, APL and Fruitways as well as a team from event sponsor
In an ongoing outreach programme to universities, Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing in Somerset West, recently hosted a group of students from the agriculturally focused Fachschule für Obst-, Wein- und Gartenbau at Laimburg Südtirol, Italy. The school is closely associated with the
Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing, the largest supplier of South African apples and pears, responsible for the livelihoods of over 15, 200 people via the successful sale of their growers’ fruit, recently contributed cartons of apples to the Gugulethu community April 22
Elgin photographer Hanlie Green has taken the most fabulous images of the Tru-Cape Applewood Trail Run and Festival held on May 6, 2017 and posted them to her Facebook page. Click on this link to see her gallery.
For all the results from Saturday, May 6, 2017 Tru-Cape Grabouw MTB, please click here to be taken to the Racetec site.
As published in Indwe Magazine: Tru-Cape grower André Cloete, a farmer from the Overberg area in the Western Cape, won the 2016 New Harvest of the Year award. The New Harvest competition recognises the most promising young farmer from a previously