Approximately 200 kilometres north of Cape Town, in the fertile Western Cape Province, the rugged Cederberg mountain range surrounds a plateau. Further north of the town Ceres, named after the roman goddess of fruitfulness for good reason, lies the Koue Bokkeveld at 1 050 metres above sea level.
This is where the forefather of one of South Africa’s leading fruit and vegetable growers, Dutoit Agri, established the basis for which was to become one of the country’s largest agricultural businesses. Gysbertus du Toit settled on Kromfontein Farm more than 120 years ago.
Dutoit Agri is one of the leading stone fruit producers and exporters in South Africa, and fruit lovers are all too familiar with their sweet peaches and nectarine varieties...
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