a world of true deliciousness

Here on the farm we believe that the best tasting fruit and nut products are made from only the best fruit, and then crafted using a blend of traditional skills and modern know-how. We search the world for the best quality ingredients and then bring them back to the farm where we craft each Cecilia’s Farm product by hand to ensure that it is the best quality possible.

The result, we think, is a range of dried fruit and nut products that encompasses the old traditional favourites as well as a host of wonderful new tastes, textures and combinations. We really hope you love them and find them as irresistible as we do!

a world of true deliciousness

Here on the farm we believe that the best tasting fruit and nut products are made from only the best fruit, and then crafted using a blend of traditional skills and modern know-how. We search the world for the best quality ingredients and then bring them back to the farm where we craft each Cecilia’s Farm product by hand to ensure that it is the best quality possible.

The result, we think, is a range of dried fruit and nut products that encompasses the old traditional favourites as well as a host of wonderful new tastes, textures and combinations. We really hope you love them and find them as irresistible as we do!

Once upon a farm

Once upon a Farm, in a beautiful valley of fruit, you’ll find a place to discover a world of true deliciousness.

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    05 August 2014 We have an online store!

    So, the exciting news we’ve been just itching to tell you is that we now officially have not only a beautiful, shiny new website but we also have an online store for the first time ever! www.ceciliasfarm.co.za/shop This means that you can now go online, browse through our FULL range, which is only currently available […]

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    30 April 2014 Bear hug biscuits

    We thought these gorgeous little biscuits hugging some of our favourite things might be a fun activity to try at home!

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    08 April 2014 Recipe: Cecilia’s Chutney by Liam Tomlin

    Last year for our Chef’s Picnic on the farm, chef Liam Tomlin created a whole basket full of lovely recipes and this is one of our favourites using a whole lot of our dried fruits and the fresh Granny Smith apples that we’re picking on the farm right now!

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    04 February 2014 The Tankwa trek comes to Koelfontein

    The farm is gearing up (excuse the pun!) for the high energy excitement of hosting part of the Tankwa Trek 3-day mountain bike race from the 14th to the 16th of February.

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    14 May 2013 Chef’s Picnic in Cecilia’s World

    It is such a privilege to live and work on farm like Koelfontein and part of the reason why we created the Cecilia’s World brand was to invoke a sense of this place.

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    25 September 2012 Busy time for bees

    Spring is in full swing in the Boland, which means that it’s time for the bees to do their job in the food chain: pollinate. In fact, in the fruit industry the contribution of these tiny beasts is indispensable.

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    27 August 2012 A winter’s tale

    It’s mid-August and we are slowly but surely emerging from our winter hibernation here in the Boland. As fruit farmers we need a good winter for fruit trees to produce an optimal crop. And a winter is a good one when we had sufficient rain and cold.

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    14 May 2012 The pink ladies have sung

    They say that the show ain’t over till the proverbial ladies have sung, and in our case that is Granny Smith and the Pink Ladies. These two apple varieties are the last ones of the season that we pick in early autumn

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    02 November 2011 A new arrival

    I realize that we sometimes forget to tell you about some of the things happening here on Koelfontein simply because we have become so used to the seasonal rhythm of this Boland farm.

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    02 October 2011 Koelfontein in bloom

    As with every cliche, there is a reason that Spring has always been considered Mother Natures’ show-off season, and the evidence is bursting from trees all over Koelfontein and the Ceres valley at the moment.

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    16 May 2011 Evita se party

    Last week Noelani and her ladies were proud to be part of Tannie Evita’s 1000 Women against Violence luncheon at the CTICC.

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    03 May 2011 Oes-af en Witblits

    Spring is in full swing in the Boland, which means that it’s time for the bees to do their job in the food chain: pollinate. In fact, in the fruit industry the contribution of these tiny beasts is indispensable.

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    09 March 2011 Kwêla comes to Koelfontein

    Tuesday the 1st of March was not only one of the hottest days this year so far at over 40 deg C, it was also the day the team from Kwêla came to visit and do some shooting – of the TV kind, that is!

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    23 February 2011 Mango Mission

    It’s procurement season at Koelfontein. A window of about four months in the year when we have to buy in almost the entire stock of fruit that we will need for the year (a number carefully calculated and supported by hope and prayer).

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    12 January 2011 New Year’s Hail

    On New Year’s Day a huge thunderstorm swept through the Ceres valley and all we could do was stand and watch as the hail that it brought pounded our orchards and vineyards – one of those things that we farmers dread.

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    16 December 2010 Justin Bonello comes to visit

    In late July this year celebrity chef, filmmaker and television personality, Justin Bonello, rolled into the Ceres valley to shoot an episode of his food series “Cooked”, and stopped by for a visit.

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    05 November 2010 Cecilia’s first big outing

    Cecilia’s World had its first outing to meet consumers face-to-face at this year’s glamorous (and windy) Kamers vol Geskenke held recently at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West.

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    22 July 2010 Snow and thank-you in Cecilia’s World

    Last Wednesday was a big day in Cecilia’s World – not only did Ceres live up to it’s nick name, “The Switzerland of South Africa”, but we had a wonderful dinner party on the farm for all the special people who’ve been part of the process of bringing the Cecilia’s World brand to life!

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    25 June 2010 A sign of the times

    Between the first spatterings of snow on our mountains, the absolutely freezing weather and the excitement of the World Cup it’s been a busy time here on Koelfontein, but for us nothing has topped the excitement of seeing the huge Cecilia’s World sign go up on the side of the At Source factory!

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    01 June 2010 Its all smiles at Koelfontein

    We’re all smiles this side of Prince Alfred’s Hamlet because the Cecilia’s World dried fruit brand is officially alive and kicking, as you’ll gather from this website (we hope you like it, by the way).

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find us

Our Farm Shop right here on the farm stocks our entire range of dried fruit. You can even buy fresh fruit when in season.

Farm shop opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 8am to 5pm

Saturday: 9am to 1pm

Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Contact us:

+27 (023) 313 3130 | info@ceciliasfarm.co.za


Address

Cecilia’s Farm Shop on Koelfontein

Prince Alfred’s Hamlet, 6840

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On our farm we speak Afrikaans, Xhosa, and English, so if you’d like to chat to us in any of these languages, we’ll do our best to respond in kind!

If you would like to stock or buy large volumes of our range for your own shop, please contact our Sales team directly. A selection from our range can also be found in these retailers.