Feed Mzansi

Food Lover's Market embarks on a charitable road trip, providing nutritious meals to hungry children across the country.

Food Lover’s Market invites you to follow their journey across the country, as they continue their efforts of feeding the hungry bellies of our children.

Joining forces with popular chefs and food influencers, Food Lover’s Market sets out on a meaningful cross-country road trip, and along the way challenges local foodies to create a nutritious feast for less privileged children, housed in local child and youth care centres. Our chefs will be inspired to cook using fresh produce from the Food Lover’s Market stores.

Vote for your favourite video and stand to WIN a Food Lover's Market voucher to the value of R2 000.


Home to some of the friendliest people in the country, Feed Mzansi arrives at Food Lover’s Market Moffet Retail Park Gqeberha, where food consultant Rozanne Taljaard cooks a finger-licking meal (literally!) for 40 young boys at the Khayalethu Youth Centre in Theescombe.

Home to stunning beaches and spectacular wildlife, Feed Mzansi pumps the brakes in The Windy City.  

We’re on an inspiring road trip providing nutritious, hearty meals to our country's most vulnerable children and seven weeks in, Feed Mzansi and Food Lover’s Market have filled the bellies of over 500 children, travelling thousands of kilometres between Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. 

If you’re only joining us now, don’t get left in the dust. Buckle up and follow along our feel-good journey here  

Who needs cutlery anyway? From sandwiches and wraps to crunchy veggies dipped in creamy hummus, we all know that food is yummier when you eat with your hands. This week, Chef Rozanne prepares ooey-gooey sticky chicken drumsticks that have the kids licking their fingers with delight! 

Meet Our Chefs

Chef Rozanne Taljaard

Food consultant Rozanne Taljaard cooks a finger-licking meal (literally!) for 40 young boys at the Khayalethu Youth Centre in Theescombe, Gqeberha.

Chef Linda Mnikathi

Road tripping between Cape Town and Jozi has been one big adventure, but Durban really showed off with its warm weather and wheel-y friendly people. Tune in as private chef Linda Mnikathi cooks up a tasty classic.

Chef Charné Sampson

Who says that nutritious meals have to be boring? This week, Chef Charné Sampson prepares a well-balanced meal packed not only with health benefits but stacks of flavour too.

Chef Reuben Riffel ‎‎

This week we’re back in The Mother City and have challenged Chef Reuben Riffel to prepare a hearty meal for 30 children, packed with nutrients, flavour – and most importantly cooked from the heart.

Chef Makhiba Modupe

Next stop on our road trip with a difference, Food Lover’s Market and Makhiba Modupe head to Bread of Life Christian Foundation in Roodepoort. What’s on The Lazy Chef’s menu? Follow along in our next episode.

Chef Errieda Du Toit

Food writer Errieda du Toit doesn’t have to travel far from her Welgemoed home kitchen when she visits the Durbanville Children's Home to prepare 144 comforting bowls of Chicken à la King and a sweet treat.

Chef Ayabonga Gope

In the first episode of our feel-good series Chef Ayabonga Gope, popularly known as 'The Cook Dude', visits Leliebloem House in Cape Town – the third oldest non-profit Child and Youth Care Centre in the Western Cape.


Partnering with food influencers and well-known South African chefs, our road trips take us to Food Lover’s Market stores around the country – as they fulfil their mission to put meals in the bellies of South African children. Each store and organisation we will be visiting have a year-long relationship, where each store gives back to its community, by supporting the organisation monthly. 

Watch our weekly video series and vote for your favourite to stand to WIN a Food Lover's Market voucher to the value of R2 000.

The chef with the most votes will receive R25 000 to donate to their featured child and youth care centre.

Explore the Weekly Winners

Vote and enter for your chance to be the next weekly winner of a Food Lover's Market voucher worth R2 000! Stay tuned as we randomly pick and unveil a lucky winner each week right here!

About Food Lover’s Market

Food Lover’s Market has grown from its origins as a single Fruit & Veg City store in Access Park, Cape Town, 29 years ago to become South Africa’s largest specialist fresh produce retailer and privately owned family business. Today, the Food Lover’s Market Group consists of 110 Food Lover’s Market stores in 7 countries across Southern Africa - this includes seven Food Lover’s Eateries.

Food Lover’s Market prides itself on its quality fresh produce, its theatre of food experience with a distinctive market feel and its consistent value offerings for the consumer. The brand aims to create a good food neighbourhood by consistently being the best store in the community.

Forming part of the Food Lover’s Market family, FVC International is the largest importer of fresh produce into South Africa - as well as the fastest growing exporter, shipping more than 7000 containers each year and exporting to more than 35 countries worldwide. It has its own logistics company in partnership with two of the largest producers in South Africa, which ensures that orders reach their destination in the shortest possible time.

Other brands within the Food Lover’s Market Group include FreshStop - with over 320 convenience stores, 32 Diamond's Discount Liquor and Market Liquors stores, and 246 Seattle Coffee Company outlets. The group has ten distribution centres, two meat packing facilities and five production facilities. 

 More than a supermarket, we’re a market for food lovers.