Amazing Food,

Amazing Budget!

Prepare a meal for 4 adults in less than 30 minutes for just R45.

Simply add water and cook!

Natural Ingredients
Dehydrated ingredients that are sourced locally in South Africa are used to make up our Food Socks. With a protein base of soya, they are ideal for vegetarian diets.
Varied Menu
Eight exciting flavours are already on the menu with new flavours constantly being investigated. Don't forget to try our first dessert flavour - a traditional macaroni melkkos.
Best Chefs
Our Food Socks would not be possible without the support and input of top South African Chef Francois Ferreira and celebrity chef and entertainer, Nataniel.
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About Food Socks

This proudly South African product is manufactured by The Food Pantry on the Garden Route in Cape Town.  Food Socks mainly consists of a starch base such as noodles, rice or samp, dehydrated veggies and a protein source of plant based soya (see the back picture of the ingredients used in this product). The sauces and spices inside the sock compliment the dish perfectly.  Finely tuned by chefs, you will have the best tasting easy meal experience you never thought was possible.  Even Nataniel gave his stamp of approval on this product!

The Food Sock was originally developed to assist people in all walks of life as food scarcity is becoming a reality.   The Food Pantry regulates the price through its various resellers to keep it affordable to everyone.  Now you can feed your family with nutritious and great tasting food whilst keeping your dignity. 

Food Socks Meals received the Award for the Top 5 Start Up Award in 2023.  It has been on SABC, KWELA, Radio 702, RSG, Burger, Expresso Show, Cape Talk to name a few.   The product has a shelf life of 12 months and is ideal for food relief during disasters.  Many NPO’s use Food Socks to help less fortunate families all over the country.    

The product is Halaal certified.

We are driven by a singular mission – to tackle the pressing challenges of food insecurity and economic pressure in South Africa. 

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