In the heart of Greyton village a small collection of six commercial units cluster around a courtyard, and are home to local business looking to make their way in the village and provide key services and retail opportunities to locals and visitors.
Under its trading name, Pure Greyton; Greyton Transition Town is supporting two businesses, one in Unit 3, Pure Cafe, and one in Unit 5, Pure Home.
At Pure Cafe, the first dedicated vegan and vegetarian restaurant in the Overberg, we are all about celebrating the good things in life – sustainability, the environment, our beautiful planet and the health of our community. We express this by serving only high quality food that is, where possible, produced organically and locally.
The kitchen provides Vegetarian, Vegan, some Gluten Free foods as well as catering for all kinds of special diets and health conditions.
The team are constantly creating new recipes and have no set menu as they adjust to seasonal availability.
Pure will happily work with customers that have specific dietary requirements adjusting what is available on the day to accommodate needs wherever it is possible . Pure practices a strict recycling policy including composting all of our food scraps and using earth-friendly packaging.
Pure Home ensures that environmentally friendly household cleaning products and personal care items are available throughout the week to Greyton residents and visitors. Local producers are supported and encouraged.
Other items sold are wonderbags, also known as hot bags, which can reduce fuel consumption for cooking by about 80%, solar lamps and other power saving devices. Pure Home is expanding this service by researching the latest affordable technologies and showcasing them in both units.
Pure Greyton continually strives to expand the local market for both outlets through information, free trials, offers and promotions.