Welcome To Valley Mushroom Farm, Home Of The Exotic Range Of Delicious Orangic Mushrooms…

Mushrooms have a phenomenal capacity to improve human health. They are nutritious, rich in protein and have remarkable capacity to restore the earth.

Valley Mushrooms exists to make this wonderful product readily available to all South Africans at affordable prices.

We aim to be market leaders in the production of organic exotic mushrooms and mushroom products

Our Exotic Mushrooms

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Oyster Mushrooms

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King Oyster Mushrooms:

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Shitake

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Lion's Mane

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Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster mushrooms caps can vary from pale to dark gray, depending on the season. Oyster mushrooms can be green, pink or yellow in color, depending on the species. The fluted caps have a shape similar to an oyster, ranging in size from 4 to 16 centimetres in width. White gills extend from beneath the cap, down a very short or non-existent stem. Oyster mushrooms are soft and have a slightly chewy texture. Wild Oyster mushrooms can develop a slight aroma of anise, cultivated varieties are milder in flavour, featuring a slight seafood aroma and taste.

King Oyster Mushrooms

The King Trumpet Oyster mushroom AKA King Oyster mushroom is a common edible fruit body of the fungus botanically classified as Pleurotus eryngii. Often "oyster" is a term that defines a single mushroom on the market. Superior in flavor, King Trumpet mushrooms are a premium oyster mushrooms. The King Trumpet oyster mushroom has a large, thick stem and a smaller, beige cap. Pleasantly fragrant, the mushroom's stem is as flavorful as the cap.
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Shitake

Shitake mushrooms pronounced shee-TAH-kay, range in colours from amber to paper bag-brown. Each mushroom has a wide, umbrella shape with a characteristic curled rim. Their caps, growing up to eight inches in diameter, have a cream-colored interior described as supple-firm. When cooked, shiitakes release a garlic-pine aroma and have a rich, earthy, umami flavour. 

 

Lion's Mane

 (Hericium erinaceus) is also known as the hedgehog mushroom, and once you see if you’ll know why! This edible mushroom is tasty (like crab) albeit unusual in appearance, and it has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine for supporting the brain and neurological health.* Native to North America, Asia and Europe, this unique mushroom is commonly found during late summer into the autumn. It grows on hardwoods in the wild, particularly American beech trees. A mushroom goes through many stages during its life cycle, just like any plant or animal. Each part of a mushroom has unique attributes that support wellness and serve a different purpose for the organism, but it’s the fruiting bodies that receive the most attention and are the most familiar. Fruiting bodies emerge from the substrate on which they grow — such as trees or fallen logs — to become the part of the mushroom we recognize. They’re the above-ground part that we can see when we walk through the woods, and they’re also what have been traditionally foraged and consumed, in food and supplements
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Vision And Values

Vision

We believe that customers will notice and appreciate great, caring service. We base our efforts on this foundation and go beyond the call of duty.

We believe in making decisions with integrity and honesty

Values

We value ongoing training in any form.  We believe in providing opportunities for personal, professional, and organizational growth.

We prize innovation in our people and our company.

We are committed to uplifting previously disadvantaged people and seek to employ young black people and especially black women.

We develop new training materials, seeking continuously to improve and keep up with changes in the industry.

“Oyster mushrooms are also renowned for their ability to degrade environmental toxins, particularly hydrocarbon-based contaminants. Their role as guardians of the biosphere becomes clear as new research into their complex biochemistry proves their potential to combat hunger, improve immunity and clean up polluted lands.”

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