PO Box 27619
00100 Nairobi

tel: +254 (0)72 8848296 (Els)
tel: +254 (0)70 2634572 (Administration)
email: info@mlango.org

At Mlango Farm we grow sustainable, good quality and healthy food. We use a traditional way of soil cultivating, based on cooperation with natural laws and local natural conditions, without the use of artificial fertilizers and synthetic pesticides. We perceive the soil as our partner which has to be kept healthy and treated with care. If not treated properly, the soil cannot produce healthy food. At Mlango Farm we believe that with this way of farming we help to keep up biodiversity, we respect the limits of the landscape, and we aim for better animal welfare in agriculture.

Mlango Farm delivers fresh vegetables straight from the farm on a daily basis to top hotels and restaurants in Nairobi who want to use best and fresh quality.

For individual households in Nairobi we bring weekly farmshare baskets with a variety of fresh vegetables to different pickup points. You can sign up to this farmshare for only 950 Ksh per week. The basket comprises of at least 10 varieties and changes weekly, depending on availability. One basket is enough for 4 or 5 meals. We also deliver to compounds or organizations, if you have a minimum of 5 people interested, please contact us to plan on deliveries of the baskets.

On Mondays we deliver on Rhapta Road and Kilimani/Kileleshwa, on Tuesdays in Lavington, Muthaiga and Spring Valley, on Wednesdays in Loresho, Riverside, Lakeview, Lower Kabete and Karen, on Thursdays in Runda (Runda Gigiri, Runda Meadows and Rosslyn), on Fridays in Kitisuru, on Saturdays in Karen.

For more information about Mlango Farm's vegetable farmshare baskets click here and for a signup form click here.

Since 2007, the fertile but then neglected farmland of Mlango was cleared and planted with fruit trees and vegetables. About 10 acres are now under irrigation.

Mlango Farm grows the following vegetables, herbs, and a few fruits: Amaranth, Arrowroot, Avocado, Baby Carrot, Bananas (+ matoke), Beetroot, Borage, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, (baby)Carrots, Celery, Chinese cabbage, Chives, Chayote, Courgette, Cucumber, Daikon, Dhania/Coriander, Eggplant, Fennel, Green capsicum, Kohlrabi, Leek, Lemongrass, Lemon Verbena, Lettuce (12 different types), Mint, Mizuna, Nasturtium, NewZealand Spinach, Pakchoi, Parsley, Peaches (only in November), Radish, Red Cabbage, Rucola, Sage, Savoy cabbage, Spinach, Spring Onion, Sukuma Wiki, Sweet potato, Swiss Chard, Taragon, Tatsoi, Treetomatoes, Turnips.

The bees at Mlango Farm produce honey.

A weekly basket
Shiny lettuces!
Sukuma Wiki
Ready for packing
Tree tomatoes