Unbottle the magic at Clover Visitors Centre
Issued by JNPR - Apr 3rd, 18:23
At Clover, love is in the name and it's certainly in the practices, so why not take a trip down to the Clover Visitor Centre in Clayville, one of the several Clover beverage factories around the country. The centre provides an opportunity to explore, experience and encounter all of the wonder and magic that is easily bottled up and delivered for your enjoyment and refreshment.
Both educational and insightful, the Clover Visitors Centre offers a magical tour to offer, irrespective of age, and it is free! The free tours are designed to constructively engage with kids, students, investors and corporates and will be sure to channel their creativity and challenge them academically, resulting in a visually arresting and mindfully stimulating visit. At Clover, we believe our story is one worth telling, and sharing in the knowledge and nutritional and benefits of Clovers products is our promise of transparency.
Fun Facts about Clover Beverages
• On average, the Clayville Factory produces enough Tropika every month to fill to capacity, the Glen Melville Reservoir, in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. That’s a lot of zeros but still tons of nutrients in the mix of milk and juice!
• The factory produces enough Krush to fill one Olympic sized swimming pool each month, meaning that quite a few people are already enjoying in the great-tasting, yet super-healthy juice. Who wouldn’t love to swim in a pool filled with your favorite juice?!
• Clover Clayville produces enough Life Nectar juice to fill 12 537 baths. Guess, the Nectar of Clover certainly is sweet!
The Clover Visitors Centre will offer a unique behind-the-scenes look at how your favorite Clover products are made. Afterward, you’ll head back to the Clover Visitors Centre where the tour will end with an opportunity to taste a selection of Clover’s delicious products.
Clover Mama Afrika, Clover’s CSI project, together with their valuable supplier MiX Telematics, a leading global provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions, have once again showed their support by assisting a Clover Mama Afrika.
With Youth Day around the corner, it has come time for South Africa to remember the passion that has brought everyone this privilege and the sacrifice that has allowed South Africans this powerful society. Clover Mama Afrika, Clover’s CSI project, not only wants to celebrate the youth but wants to empower them to create a nation united, skilled and loved by each other.
Clover’s corporate sustainability initiative, Clover Mama Afrika, aims to empower women in communities across the nation with various vital skills such as cooking, baking, sewing, quilting, business management, and food gardening. Over and above the training sessions, these “Mamas” are all supplied with the necessary tools, equipment, and infrastructure to create an income for themselves in order for them to give back to their communities.
As we look at the year that was, one may feel as if 2017 was a bit of a mixed bag. While politics probably comes to the fore, South Africa had many great successes during the year, especially in the sporting arena from the likes of Chad le Clos and Luvo Manyonga. But what about Corporate Social Investment (CSI)?
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winter night in, right? Now, let Clover make it tastier! At Clover, we have the perfect meal to compliment your snuggle-sesh, a creamy, warm and oh-so-good tomato soup! With the delicate blend of fresh tomatoes, slowly simmering in a delicious cream, to bring together a meal that will warm you and your soul from within. Much like winter brings the chills, Clover brings the trills, right to your taste buds!
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Chicken Satay Skewers: Flatten the chicken breasts and cut each fillet into long thin strips and place in a non-metallic bowl.
Brush the asparagus spears with the butter and season with salt and pepper. Grill on a hot braai or in a griddle pan for 2-3 minutes per side, turning frequently. Place onto a serving platter.