• Working closely with our growers we have developed a wide range of products which we supply to Retail, Wholesale, Processing and Food Service companies. We are continuously expanding our portfolio of products and can tailor products to suit all business types.

    Please contact us: sales@gilfreshproduce.com

  • Retail Range

    gilfresh vegetable soup mix

    Prepared Retail Range

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  • Broccoli


    Broccoli got its name from the Italian word “brocco” which means branch or arm.

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  • Brussel Sprouts


    Sprouts get their name from the fact that they were widely cultivated around Brussels, Belgium during the 16th century.

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  • Cabbage


    The largest cabbage grown weighed 56kg and was 1.8m in diameter, which is wider than the average man is tall.

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  • Carrots


    Did you know that carrots used to be purple, until the sixteenth century when farmers in Holland started to plant orange crops in honour of Dutch hero, William of Orange.

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  • Cauliflower


    Cauliflower has been in existence for about 2,000 years. The word “cauliflower” translates into “cabbage flower” in Latin.

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  • Celeriac


    Celeriac can also be known as turnip-rooted celery or celery root.

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  • Celery


    Some contend that it contains “negative calories,” meaning that one spends more calories digesting it than are consumed when it eating it.

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  • Curly Kale


    Kale has a mild cabbage flavour and comes in many varieties and colours. Most kale has the characteristic frilly edged leaves

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  • Leeks


    The leek was somewhat considered a royal food in Rome. Since their emperor, Nero drank a quarter of leek soup each day.

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  • Lettuce


    We supply both iceberg and round lettuce. Iceberg is a large pale lettuce, with crisp densely packed leaves in a firm bowl shape.

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  • Pak Choi


    Pak Choi (also known as bok choy or Peking cabbage) is a Chinese cabbage.

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  • Parsnips


    Firstly; parsnips are sweetest after a frost, and secondly in Europe Parsnips were used to sweeten jams and cakes before sugar became widely available.

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  • Prepared veg


    From our high-care facility we cut, wash and pack freshly prepared vegetables for retail, food service and ready meal manufacturing customers.

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  • Scallions


    The round onion bulb was considered a symbol of the universe by ancient Egyptians.

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  • Swede


    Swede can be produced within 60 days and it was believed by Persians that it is beneficial in treating the common cold. Swede grows best in cool climates.

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