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Ever wonder where YOUR food comes from?
All the food we eat are produced on farms. It goes through all kinds of processes to get to your table safely, but thanks to the farmers we have all those wonderful fruit and vegetables and bread and milk and yoghurt and butter and sweets and ice cream to eat!
On this page you can learn about how the food gets from the farm to the table!
The story of ..... MILK
(and other dairy products!)
The Story of ..... BREAD
|1. Wheat seed.
In the Western Cape a cultivar called SST88 is most commonly planted.
What is a cultivar?
|2. In the Western Cape sowing normally takes place from May to June.
|3. Ripe wheat
In the Western Cape, harvest time for wheat is November to December.
|5. Wheat is ground to flour, which is then used for baking.
||6. Kneading dough for bread
Breads being removed from the oven by a baker.
Photograph by kind courtesy of Pick and Pay Supermarkets.
|Would you like to bake bread? You can find a recipe here|