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Our Produce



How many days ago was the produce in your grocery store picked?  How many kilometers has it traveled? How many times was it handled?  What chemicals and pesticides were used?  Were the seeds genetically modified? 


At Go Fresh! we can answer these questions: 0 (this morning), 30km or less, once, only as necessary, no! 


By the time most produce arrives at your supermarket, it has already traveled many kilometers and has been handled multiple times, causing damage and spoilage.  It is often trucked from a farm, or flown in to the Johannesburg produce market, where it is then trucked to a grocery chain distribution center, unloaded, put back on another truck, transported across the border to another distribution center in Botswana, then finally to your local supermarket shelf.


Did you ever wonder why your lettuce goes bad 2-3 days after your buy it? Or why your tomatoes were picked before they were ripe? How much of the price you pay covers transport costs from a neighboring country such as South Africa? 


  • You are guaranteed superior-quality vegetables all year-round
  • Our produce is locally grown:  within 25 kilometers of Gaborone and Maun, because we are committed to giving our customers a farm to plate experience.
  • We support local farming and our youth.  We believe that this is the first step to delivering great tasting produce.
  • Our hydroponic system gives our plants the perfect environment they need to thrive, ensuring our produce if fresher, tastier and more nutritious for you and your family.
  • Fancy Mixed Lettuce
  • Butter Lettuce

  • Baby Gem Lettuce 

  • Cos Romaine Lettuce

  • Endive Lettuce

  • Baby Spinach

  • Rocket

  • Watercress

  • Oregano

  • Genovese Basil

  • Chives

  • Dark Opal Basil

  • Italian Parsley

  • Triple Curled Parsley

  • Rosemary

  • Dill

  • Thyme

  • Green Peppers

  • English Cucumbers

  • Tomatoes

  • Heirloom Tomatoes

  • Spring Onion

  • Lavender

  • Sage

  • Cutting Celery

  • Garlic

  • Marjoram

  • Cherry Tomatoes

  • Yellow Cherry

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