Born of a close relationship with non-profit Baphumelele Fountain of Hope Youth Vegetable Farm, and built on the philosophy of Conscious Capitalism, Pure Good strives to make a healthy lifestyle more attainable by making real nutrition available to real people.
Since setting up shop at GetSmarter’s offices over a year ago, their team of over 250+ have reported a significant improvement in their day-to-day levels of energy, productivity and ability to cope with stress. We are exceptionally proud to partner with organisations whose commitment to their employees’ health and wellness tangibly benefits their teams every day.
Last week, we launched a wildly exciting new initiative for the team at GetSmarter: the option to order a organic veggie basket – delivered straight to your desk each week – sourced fresh from Baphumele Fountain of Hope farm.
How it works:
Each week, team members list their names on a Google Sheet to confirm their purchase of an organic selection of vegetables direct from the Fountain of Hope farm in Philippi. They receive 9 items in their basket, which will change weekly as the seasons and harvest adjust. The cost of the vegetables is R150 and can be paid via cash, card or SnapScan at the Cafeteria. We have a limited number of green baskets up for grabs for those who will be regular buyers.
How we’re making it educational and sustainable:
We’re sharing relevant recipes right here on the Pure Good blog, so that everyone who orders a basket knows exactly how to maximise on the benefit in a healthy, cost-efficient way.
Over and above that, I am of course – as always – available to chat to team members on-site, particularly if you need advice on any produce you are not familiar with.
I’m really stoked about broadening access to ethically-sourced produce, and adding a new dimension to our mission to make a healthy lifestyle attainable to all. Watch this space!