Urban farming taking off in Joburg through strategic partnership

Urban farming is taking off in some major cities, adding towards sustainable food security and adding to South Africa value chain in the farming sector.

Africa Meets Europe founder and chef, Nompumelelo Mqwebu, is doing her part by creating partnerships with local urban farmers (particularly women) and grow the pool of emerging farmers.

Speaking to 702's John Robbie, she shared the vision behind her business and what she intends to achieve.

For more information regarding the business partnership, contact her on 081 822 1140 or send an email info@africameetseuope.com

Listen to her interview below:

Every month, we run a market at the Metro Centre building, which has 3500 city employees. They come down and support the farmers and buy from them.

Nompumelelo Mqwebu, Africa Meets Europe founder

It's a benefit...there's no super market that compares with it.

Nompumelelo Mqwebu, Africa Meets Europe founder

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