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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...
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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.
As cities fill up with more and more people, urban farming is becoming a crucial element of sustainable living. Monocle visits food entrepreneurs in Cape Town, London and Singapore who are exploring new ways of cultivating organic produce in their downtown homesteads. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to http://www.monocle.com
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/
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Singapore is known for its strict laws against littering, and its reputation for being the cleanest city in the world. But as we find out in the last of our in-depth reports from the country, public awareness of recycling garbage is very low. Of the 1,500 tons of leftover food that is thrown away every day, only around 10 percent is recycled. We went to a recycling plant to find out how leftovers are turned into biogas and fertilizer; and asked why more food waste isn't treated the same. ( 13 pct. of 600,000tons/year recycled ) At this bustling food court in Singapore, you are bound to find something that agrees with you. But after eating your fill, the leftovers are mercilessly thrown into the bin. According to official figures, last year Singapore produced over 600,000 tons of fo...
Join me on a Singapore food tour of the famous Old Airport Road Food Centre! ►SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ ►SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ The best Singapore food blog is run by Dr. Leslie Tay (http://ieatishootipost.sg/) and back in 2010 he conducted a survey asking people about what they though was the best or their favorite hawker food center in Singapore. Old Airport Road Food Centre won by a significant margin, so it’s quite safe to say this hawker centre is among the best and one of the local favorites in the city. I think it’s such a great place to eat in Singapore mainly because it’s big, it’s spacious, there’s a huge selection of different things to eat, and since it’s one of the oldest hawker ...
This video is about Zenxin Organic PArk featured Xandria Ooi Weekend Discovery. Zenxin Organic Park is the first open-to public organic farm in Malaysia, combining the educational and recreational purposes. The 100-acre organic park is a certified organic farm, let organic food lovers in Malaysia and Singapore to witness the way Zenxin grows organic food passionately.
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In agricultural news, the organic vegetable market in Singapore increases in size and popularity. A number of supermarkets as well as organic wholesalers have reported growth in sales of 20% to over 50% since 2008. Available vegetable varieties also expanded by at least 30%. Improvement in organic crop yield and lower transportation costs have contributed to making the products more affordable. Additional cost savings and new organic veggies are expected in the near future. Kudos, Singapore, for this exciting trend. May the planet-saving organic vegan lifestyle prevail in every corner of the world.