Established 2004, based in the beautiful Skeerpoort area of the North West Province, Babaroots is a premier, primary producer of fresh herbs and cultivated salad leaves to the retail, wholesale and food manufacturing industries. Our passion is to grow, pack and deliver the finest range of culinary herbs and salad leaves using innovative techniques while maintaining an environmentally sustainable approach.

The Farm has expanded from growing mainly Basil and Rocket to a substantial range of herbs in tunnels, some of which are heated during the cold winter months. We have expanded our range to include specialized vegetables and salad leaves into the product mix for wholesale and retail distribution.

Babaroots Farms

We manage the entire farming process soil to plate. It all starts with maintaining healthy soil, because, as any farmer will tell you, it takes good soil to produce good food. Our mission is simply to work in harmony with nature so that our farms will be able to provide enough food for future generations. Without compromising quality and affordability – wholesome food for all.

Our Team

The Babaroots team consists of approximately 74 dedicated individuals who form the backbone of our business, many of whom have been with us since inception.

Tian Grobler – Farm Manager

Tian is responsible for the daily running and operations of the Farm.
Tian can be reached on   061 064 5089

Lorraine Grobler – GlobalGAP Co-Ordinator

Lorraine manages and co-ordinates all GlobalGAP processes and procedures.
Lorraine can be reached on 084 899 7783

Claire Sholtz – Financial Controller

Claire is responsible for all financial administration, debtors, creditors and queries. She can be reached on

Trudi Bilgnaut – Sales Representative

Trudi is responsible for our sales. She can be reached on 062 759 3852

Lizzy Madumo – Supervisor

Lizzy is responsible for our orders and deliveries as pack-house Supervisor.
Lizzy can be reached on 072 424 8858

Frank Khumalo – Supervisor

Frank is responsible for Supervising Operations of both the farm as pack-house.