Learn more about South Africa’s largest grape seed oil manufacturer

A family owned business, Seed Oil SA is strongly committed to manufacturing quality products and ‘giving back’ through involving itself in the uplifting local communities. Read more about the company’s beginnings, culture of innovation and customer commitment below.

From small beginnings

Established in 2007 by husband and wife team Faffa & Annelise Venter, Seed Oil has grown from strength to strength as it earned a reputation for the quality of its products and reliability of supply.
Today, the company’s 26 employees all abide by the mantra ‘loyalty will be rewarded’ as they’ve seen their fellow colleague rise through the ranks form general workers in 2007 to factory manager and production manager.

The business is run as a ‘family’ of employees, each proud of their contribution to the range of quality products they produce.

A culture of innovation

Seed Oil’s core business is supplying Cold Pressed Natural Oils to the Food, Cosmetic and Health industries, while adhering to sustainable business practices.

The company’s constant innovation to minimize its impact on the environment has resulted in an innovative new product called Eco Fire Logs. Manufactured from the remaining ‘oil cake’ after the oil has been pressed from the grape seeds, Seed Oil SA is proud of this pioneering ‘green energy’ product.

Our commitment

Seed Oil SA (South Africa) was one of the first companies in South Africa to manufacture Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Grape Seed Oil on an industrial scale. The company is EU & NOP Certified Organic by Kiwa BCS Ok, Germany.

The company’s ongoing focus on manufacturing high quality products and delivering the highest level of customer satisfaction have earned it a strong following amongst environmentally aware and health conscious buyers. Seed Oil continually strives to build long-term relationships with its clients, both local and international.

Click here to find out more about Seed Oil SA’s exciting product range!

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