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Ever tried to eat organic flowers?
http://raykanglifestyle.com - The health benefits of organic food are more based on perception than real facts. However, the sweeping public opinion that organic food is healthier than conventional food is quite strong, and is the main reason for about 30% of growth in the organic food industry over the past 5-6 years. Much of this inflated support of organic food as a healthier alternative comes from environmental groups who don't want pesticides and fertilizers to do any more damage to the environment, so promoting organic foods, which don't use those types of chemicals, seems like a good way to get the results they want. The producers of organic food are also very strong contributors to the idea that organic food is superior to other types. Why We Take Isa-Organic food In Singapore - T...
Watch more Awesome Short Films at https://www.viddsee.com This documentary showcases the people behind the urban farms that have been mushrooming amidst the glass and steel towers of Singapore’s central district. The film follows the trials and tribulations of Comcrop’s Allan Lim and his vertical faming venture, as well as the challenges and triumphs of social entrepreneur Bjorn Low and his bespoke farm-to-table approach. Can cutting-edge agricultural technology and an enduring Singapore spirit of community & collaboration start to influence Singaporeans’ approach to food sustainability? This film captures this changing mindscape. SUBSCRIBE http://vidds.ee/18V1scm RATE, WATCH, SUPPORT YOUR FILMMAKER https://www.viddsee.com/video/growing-roots/kfl85 Follow us on Instagram https://instag...
Journalist Annalisa Burgos chats with Ivy Singh at the Bollywood Veggies Organic Farm in the Kranji countryside of Singapore. The farm is Singapore's only local supplier of bananas. Visitors can learn about sustainable living and eat at the Poison Ivy Bistro.
Land-scarce Singapore is hugely dependent on food imports but one man is hoping to change that. Dubbed "The Urban Farmer", Bjorn Low set up a social enterprise to teach Singaporeans how to grow their own vegetables using simple recycled materials. About the Series: In statistics, an outlier refers to a person whose abilities, achievements, etc., lie outside the range of statistical probability. "Outliers" the series profiles inspiring Singaporeans who follow unbeaten paths, and deviate from societal norms.
►SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ ►SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ When Ying and I were in Singapore we had a YouTube fan meet-up, the first one ever. It turned out to be an amazing time to meet so many amazing people, all with a passion for food. Once the meetup started and people started arriving, I wasn’t able to film any, but I did film some before and after the main part of the meetup. If you came out to the meetup at Tiong Bahru in Singapore, I want to say a big thank you, it was great to meet you! - Mark and Ying -- MY WEBSITES: Singapore Travel Guide: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ Singapore Food Guide: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ T-shirts available no...
This film stresses the importance and states the benefits of organic agriculture or foods.
Parents Amber and Peter explain why they prefer organic products for their twins Leia and Lauren and why they use Bellamy’s Organic products in particular. Read more here: http://www.bellamysorganic.com.sg/blog Like us on Facebook at ►► https://www.facebook.com/bellamysorganicSG/
We have received many requests for the voice-over or captions for the first video clip up-loaded on 1st Jul 2015. We added the voice-over for this video clip, for better understanding. Thank you very much for your support. Sustainable garden growing different types of vegetables 2. Harvesting 3. Healthy living by eating healthly 4. Working in the garden for better mental & physical health 5. Recycling materials,drums,rainwater, Banana skins & general waste 6. Compost making 7. Maximise space - 2_tier planting