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In the world of education, events have a profound impact on students' lives. They provide the much-needed break from textbooks and a chance to forge memories that last a lifetime. At Adventure Farm, we understand the importance of these events and are thrilled to be your partner in enhancing the experience. Our goal is to make every event a spectacular one, just like a grand theatrical performance.

Imagine your school events - Swimming Galas, Sports Days, and Theatre performances - all brought to life with the tantalizing aroma of freshly popped popcorn, the indulgence of gelato and sorbets, and the refreshing zing of our farm-to-table products. We're here to ensure that your students and their families savour every moment.

Our Delightful Offerings

1.Fresh Fruit Juices and Smoothies:

Imagine the applause of the crowd as your students swim their best or compete in various sports. Amidst this excitement, our orchard-fresh juices and smoothies will provide the burst of energy they need. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, these beverages are the secret to keeping everyone refreshed and energized promoting overall health and well-being throughout the day .These beverages are particularly rich in vitamin C, which boosts the immune system and supports collagen production for healthy skin. Fresh fruit and vegetable juices are also a good way to increase hydration

2.Gelato and Sorbets:

After an intense race or a competitive match, what could be more satisfying than our creamy gelato? Made from fresh milk sourced from our own dairy cows, it's a delicious and wholesome alternative to conventional dairy products. Gelato typically contains less fat than traditional ice cream, as it's made with more milk than cream. This can result in a lower overall calorie content. Additionally, gelato is served at a slightly higher temperature than ice cream, which can enhance its flavour and reduce the sensation of extreme cold. For those with dietary preferences, we offer fruity sorbets. Let the celebrations begin with a scoop of happiness. They are typically made with fruit puree, water, and sugar, with no dairy or added fats. This means they are naturally low in fat and cholesterol. Additionally, sorbets are often lower in calories than ice cream, making them a good option for those looking to manage their calorie intake. Since they are primarily fruit-based, sorbets can provide essential vitamins and antioxidants, offering some nutritional benefits.

3. Theatre is all about drama, and so is our popcorn!

We offer an array of popcorn flavours to make the audience's experience just as thrilling as the performance itself It is a whole grain, which means it contains fibre and important nutrients. Air-popped popcorn, without excessive butter or oil, is low in calories and can be a good source of dietary fibre. Fibre aids digestion and helps maintain a feeling of fullness. From the classic salted popcorn to the sweet sensation of caramel and the gourmet goodness that tantalizes taste buds, Adventure Farm's popcorn is an essential addition to your theatre events.

The Unique Adventure Farm Experience

By choosing Adventure Farm for your school events, you're not only promising a unique and delightful experience but also supporting a local, sustainable, and organic farming initiative. We believe that students and families deserve the best, and that's precisely what we offer. Our products aren't just tasty; they are wholesome and prepared with utmost care right here on our organic farm. Hygiene and safety are our top priorities.

Get in Touch:

If you're excited about the prospect of bringing Adventure Farm to your school events, we're equally enthusiastic to work with you. Let's discuss the details, including product options, pricing, and scheduling. We're committed to making your school events not only fun but also filled with nourishing refreshments that everyone can enjoy.

For any questions or to discuss this further, please reach out to us through +254 759 335 447. We're here to support your school's mission of nurturing and educating the next generation.

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