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The Organic Bakery

Yes! Really good organic bread, organic cakes, organic cookies, organic mueslies and organic granolas are now made in Cape Town.

All our products are certified organic, some are wheat free, gluten free and or vegan.

Everything that we offer is made with ingredients you can pronounce and recognize!

City bowl / central city, Cape Town, Western Cape

Where you can find it

currently only available online at
In March 2015 we'll open our organic bakery retail shop

Website    Phone 0215119456   Mobile 0848677577    Email

Here is what the Organic Bakery is all about:


About making a difference:

the Organic Bakery is the first and currently only producer of certified organic bread in South Africa, and specializes in the production of delicious organic bread, organic cake, organic cookies, organic brownies, organic mueslies, organic granolas and other baked goods products. The Organic Bakery is committed to baking high-quality organic breads that contain the healthiest ingredients possible.

It all starts with the ingredients we choose: they’re simple, wholesome and organic. We take great care in selecting the right ingredients and ingredient partners to make our delicious breads. This selection process means knowing the ingredients’ source all the way back to the seed, making sure every part of the bread is formed proudly with integrity.


About living free:

The Organic Bakery has always been about living free – free of artificial ingredients, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, trans-fat, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and palm fat.


About the difference between organic bread vs. conventional bread

Our organic bread:
- just the primeval ingredients: flour, water, sourdough, yest, salt and nothing else. Guaranteed!

Conventional bread:
- on average there are 10 - 20 ingredients in South African bread plus hundreds of possible technical additives that allegedly disappear during the baking process.
These additives must not be declared on the packing! We couldn't establish the number of additives in South Africa, but we expect the number to be similar to the EU where 260 technical additives are permitted.
The additives range from completely harmless ones like ascorbic acid over rather disgusting ones (for example L-cysteine is usually made by hydrolysis of pig bristle, poultry feathers or human hair. Can't be true? I am afraid but it's true! There goes the idea of all bread would be vegan, or Halal or Kosher) to suspected poisonous and cancerous additives.

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