Latest News

As South Africa’s leading apple and pear marketer, Tru-Cape is often called upon by the media for comment about the fruit industry and how we see it. On this page we include links to our coverage as well as our latest news.

Latest Articles
23
Feb

Elgin Waste Management expands into...

Elgin Waste Management is an Enterprise Development project to grow entrepreneurial skills in matriculants. The business is ...
18
Feb

Promisingly high pack-out of FLASH ...

A high pack-out percentage of FLASH GALA ™ apples is expected based on the first samples taken when picking began in the ...
15
Feb

Superb cherry harvest for Tru-Cape ...

Harvest forecasts are sometimes nearer to crystal-ball gazing than to true science and massive fluctuations are often the ...
8
Feb

Tasting the past at Heritage Orchar...

The very first apple picked in the Company’s Garden, Cape Town on April 17, 1662 can be tasted again for the first time in ...
5
Feb

You can cheer for maths the way you...

The school year has started and for a great many of us maths and science are subjects that even as adults fill us with ...
1
Feb

Tru-Cape celebrates 20 years in bus...

Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing, the largest exporter of South African apples and pears, celebrated 20 years in business today with ...
25
Jan

2020 was a solid year for the SA fr...

After a strong finish in 2020 with double-digit growth in apple and pear sales compared to the previous year, Tru-Cape Fruit ...
18
Jan

Aurora Farm is a bright star.

Although wheat, oats and animal feed accounts for the largest amount of land used and the cattle, Limosin and Angus breeds, ...
11
Jan

What it takes to be the best at Wak...

For Robert Zulch and son, Fourie what it takes to be the best grower on their farm Wakkerstroom in Ceres’ Witzenberg Valley ...
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Our Products
Tru-Cape markets a wide range of apple and pear varietals. We constantly look at expanding our range, and have included fruit and vegetables, like cherries and potatoes, to offer greater value to our growing shareholders.