[LISTEN] Jozi-made gourmet grub biz 'Sumting Fresh' plans to go global

Hezron Louw is a South African chef and television personality who rose to fame as a 'cheftestant' on the first season of the SABC3 reality competition series Top Chef South Africa.

He is also the co-owner of Sumting Fresh, a gourmet street food company he founded with chef Andrew Leeuw in 2012 in Johannesburg.

Herzon was presented with the 2017 Tsogo Sun Entrepreneur of the Year Award at Tsogo Sun's hotel in the Jacaranda city, Southern Sun Pretoria.

The Tsogo Sun Entrepreneurs initiative has been enabling entrepreneurial growth, striving for transformation to a more empowered society, encouraging small business successes, and practical support through a 12-month development programme.

Our food is very global.

Herzon Louw, Owner of Sumting Fresh

We are looking at making our franchise global.

Herzon Louw, Owner of Sumting Fresh

South Africa pushes a lot of chicken franchises. A number of our chicken franchises are big in Asia.

Herzon Louw, Owner of Sumting Fresh

Listen to the full interview below...


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