ADVERTORIAL Exim International for spices, casings, machinery, packaging

2016-06-14 06:00

EXIM International had its humble beginning in 1985 when the Neill family started the business from their garage in Fish Hoek, Cape Town.
The business now has a 11000m2 factory in Cape Town with branches in Gauteng, Durban, East London and Zimbabwe.
Although the third generation of Neill family are now involved in the business, the company has kept it’s distinctive family feel.

Although the main focus is to supply the meat industry with spices, sausage casings, machinery and ingredients, we at the Durban branch have extended our retail range to the public from our factory shop at 31 Oppenheimer Road, Pinetown.

Here we have a unique space for you to browse the widest and healthiest range of spices in KZN and an incredible range of sauces and marinades, from home use to catering.
We have a dedicated team who are passionate about food.
With all the means at our disposal we make incredible biltong which is for sale as well as everything you need to make your own biltong and dry wors.

If you feel hungry while browsing, we offer a small diner and deli that serves burgers and boeries made with our special recipe to buy for your braai at home, to eat in or as a take-away from Exim.
Speaking of braai, we also offer everything you need from charcoal to tongs and knives. Look out for our Father’s Day special.

We also have some customers on board with products you wouldn’t normally associate with us like decadent delicacies from Wedgewood, a fabulous cheese mix from Indezi cheese and the ever popular Minnies sauces - remember this is all at factory prices.
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