Mosaic encourages small-scale, holistic, polycultural agronomy by supporting local and sustainable growers. From households who produce a small excess for which they would not otherwise have a market, to NGO-run organic agricultural programmes.
Aloe Dale Farm
Restaurant Mosaic is proud to be associated with Aloe Dale Farm who focuses on sustainable farming. Situated half-way between Pretoria and Johannesburg, they grow a wide variety of organic herbs, vegetables and fruit to supply chefs and restaurateurs who care how the food they serve is grown. They continue to expand and diversify, growing all manner of unconventional varieties by special request.Our supplier, Merryn Scott-Tluczek, believes in sustainable and organic methods of growing her own produce. This is why we have chosen her as one of our 'farm fresh' producers of all our organic herbs, vegetables and fruit.
Anna-Carien Goosen
Anna-Carien Goosen studied Fine Arts at the University of Pretoria and is the owner of Afro Delft - these limited edition drawings are printed on porcelains and enamels and can also be seen in exclusive designs as part of Mosaic's tableware.

Anna-Carien's Afro Delft work was exhibited at Maison et Objet in Paris, and at Design Indaba in Cape Town. She has been awarded an ATKVeertjie for children's book illustration and has taken part in various exhibitions locally as well as abroad and her works feature in public collections including UNISA’s permanent collection and the Department of Foreign Affairs. She experiments with most art mediums, but painting, remains her first passion.
Dylan Swart Photography
Dylan Swart is a Johannesburg based photographer who combines an appreciation and understanding for both the commercial and editorial side of photography within the pages of magazines.

For Dylan, food isn't just about eating. The natural beauty, simplicity, quirkiness, shape and form of simple ingredients are characteristics that attracted him to the specialized art of food photography. A natural eye, appreciation for natural lighting, fresh approach and sophisticated, yet uncomplicated approach to food, has allowed Dylan to regularly capture images for one of the country’s top food magazines - Food & Home Entertaining.

lifestyle and commercial imagery also grabs Dylan's attention which offers a contrast to food photography.
Jasmyn Plaasprodukte
Jasmyn Plaasprodukte (translating to "Jasmine Farm Products") is situated near the scenic Hartbeespoort Dam and invites local regulars and international visitors to sample some of the magic that sets it apart.

Farm products available here include preserves, fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, rusks, biltong, nuts, dried fruit, honey and homemade meals. There are also some exciting imports that make for awesome treats and gifts for the family.

The Windmill next door to the stall is distinctly Dutch in its architectural style and is home to the restaurant aptly named The Windmill. After exploring all of the wonders of the farm stall, stop here for a delicious meal with friends and family.
Sir Fruit
Sir Juice is a totally independent entity owned by three brothers from Kwazulu Natal and a lady named Vijay Loosen. They supply most of the top restaurants, hotels and coffee shops in South Africa with delicious premium fruit juice. Their blending plants in Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town also serve as factory shops and in the last couple of years they have started selling their juice in stores as well.

The energy and enthusiasm shown by the four owners is mirrored in their staff. They work very hard to make sure that their customers get the best service available. In 2009 they were runner up at the RASA (Restaurant Association of South Africa) awards, and in 2010 they won first prize at the awards for Best Large Supplier.