Welcome to e’Pap!

The e’Pap Vision is a healthy population. Science tells us that for our bodies and brains to perform optimally, the right daily macro and micro nutrients are a key requirement. When we feel well and have a nutrient status that serves us, we can face our life challenges more effectively. We believe that a well population the first step for sustainable economic growth in each country.

e’Pap contains 24 micronutrients which maximise absorption and bio-efficacy in the human body. It’s backed by years of scientific research. We have used state-of-the-art nutrition chemistry to include the 24 micro-nutrients and four macro-nutrients (starch, fibre, protein and fat)* that maximise absorption and bio-efficacy in the body. This means that when you eat e’Pap it will be absorbed into your body more effectively. Making sure that you stay fit and strong.

Backed by science, packed with love

The key criteria in the formulation of e’Pap, are that the nutrients must be
in a form that allows them to be effectively absorbed (high bioavailability)
and effectively used by the body (high bio-efficacy).

Nutrition Education

Children in South Africa are still unfamiliar with the science behind nutrition. The e’Pap Team has experience of going into schools and educating children on what they need to eat and how food works in their bodies. We value the opportunity to educate people on nutrition science. Invite us.


Support the mission – every little bit helps us get one step closer to our vision.

Donate to the e’Pap Foundation NPC

The e’Pap vision is a healthy African population. Our philosophy is that the human condition of nutrient repleteness is a key requirement which allows the body to perform optimally. We believe that nutrient replete human beings will find better solutions to their health and life challenges which will be the engine for sustainable economic growth. 

Keep Ndumo Running

Ndumo is a community in Kwa-Zulu Natal, close to the border of Mozambique. During the year, 2400 children from this community are fed by school feeding programs. But, as the schools close in December so does the feeding. Left hungry, the children are forced to scavenge for food in temperatures reaching 50 degrees celsius. Help us prevent that.