Photo: Citizen Farm
Go green with these latest offerings on the market.
1.Quan Fa Organic Farm
Photo: Quan Fa Farm
Long before eating organic was a trend, this family run farm was growing crops free of chemicals and using sustainable farming methods that produced little or zero waste. That was 20 years ago.
Quan Fa is Singapore’s oldest organic farm where local veggies like kang kong, chye sim and sunflower sprouts are sold.
Check out its old-school organic farming methods on the farm tour that shows how insect-infested plants are turned into fertiliser.
Good news: Quan Fa’s organic greens are also sold at Fairprice supermarkets.
Address: 35 Murai Farmway
2. Citizen Farm by Edible Garden City
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Photo: Citizen Farm
The farm practises sustainable farming using black soldier flies to turn leftover food into fertiliser for its crops, and cultivates microgreens in LED-lit rooms. Run by a group of young farmers who adopt advanced cultivation methods, it sells rare produce such as Mexican tarragon, pink oyster mushrooms and mustard microgreens. For $35 a week (excluding delivery charges), you can order a box (a week’s supply for four) containing speciality crops and common greens.
Address: 60 Jalan Penjara