The main market location is at Natani Cafe on Bole Road in front of the Millennium Hall. There is a second market location behind Bole Medehanealem church which was started a month ago.
Organic food is fresher tastes better, lasts longer and nutritious than other vegetables of non EOA ones. Come and visit us!
Thanks to the co-organizers, and especially Institute for Sustainable Development.
Cereals, cheese, spices, herbs, greens, veggies, oil, all organic! Outside Natani Cafe's new farm-to-fork restaurant, Bole (across bole road from Millennium Hall).
(Photo of organic produce from Holeta area farmers organised by ISD at the Organic Farmers Market in July, by Sarah Assefa)
Natani Café is a family business, named after the child of one of the owners, because she believes that everyone should have access to the same good quality of food as that she would feed to her own child. The café is committed to having connection to the farmers that supply the inputs they cook, so they can know the quality of the food they serve right from the production stage on the farm, and have a win-win relationship with the farmers that supply to them. Natani Café has just been renovated, and is now open for business, continuously serving a new menu of healthy, farm-to-plate offerings.
The farmers’ market taking place right outside the café at the launch celebration featured organic greens, herbs and citrus from Holeta supplied by farmers organized by ISD, organic Cheese from Slow Food, organic... Read more
I am Innocent Karuranga, the owner and the Managing Director of Cavabon ltd. This is my company that is producing cheese especially goat and related products. I am a conscientious and professional person with an extensive experience in Dairy Sector. I am very happy to inform you about our products and services. You can also visit us in Karongi district or contact us to supply our products to you.
Telephone: +250 788522785
P O Box. 3677 Kigali, Rwanda.
Find our attached flyer below :
Organic tomatoes, honey, coffee, oils, cheese, fruits and more! This is the second gathering of this new farmers' market organized by Ecopia. Among sellers are Slow Food and AgriProFocus Member Alem of Nutri-Dense with her sprouted cereals. Flyer attached.