We Make Home Deliveries!

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. As we all come to terms with an additional two weeks of lockdown in the hopes of flattening the COVID-19 curve, N1 is here to help.

We pride ourselves on being one of the best meat suppliers Cape Town has to offer and part of that success means adapting our service to suit current needs so it is with great pleasure that for the first time in our history, we are now open to the public, and better yet - we’ll deliver right to your door!

That’s right, our core values of quality, service and delivery now extend to anyone in our designated delivery areas - no need to run the risk of a supermarket visit, we’ll bring it all to you. We adhere to the strictest international food safety standards and our top-quality meat, chicken, Halaal fish, wholesale frozen vegetables, frozen fruit, and frozen bread can now find its way directly to your home.

And to top it all - if your order exceeds R500, your delivery is free!

To order is very simple

  1. Contact us at home@n1.co.za or 021 557 1510 and we’ll send you a price list!
  2. Use the order reference number on your invoice to make an EFT payment and then sit back and wait for your food to arrive.

We not only offer the finest selection of Halaal certified meat and non-Halaal meat products ranging from beef steak and burgers to lamb, chicken, fish and free range pork; but we also offer pizza, fresh eggs, frozen unbaked pies, breads and wraps, as well as coffee beans and an assortment of the most delicious doughnuts!

So if you live in the Cape Town CBD, Atlantic Seaboard, Southern suburbs, Northern suburbs or in the Boland - give us a call today!

And in closing, we end off with the heart-felt and eloquent words of our president ‘As we walk this road together, as we struggle to defeat this pandemic, we remain strong and united and resolved. Much is being asked of you, far more than should ever be asked. But we know that this is a matter of survival, and we dare not fail. We shall recover. We shall overcome. May God bless South Africa and protect her people.’