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    Organic is the way to go

    News, Saiarun Pinaduang, Published on 12/11/2016

    » The free-fall in rice prices has sent an economic and political jolt across the country, and in the process highlighted how "thinking small" and modest-scale farming just might hold the key to the survival of farmers.

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    Eat Right Eat Organic

    Food, Prawet, Bangkok

    Price : N/A, From 11/06/2015 to 14/06/2015

    » Paradise Park is turning its Royal Park Plaza into an organic market offering organic agricultural products and healthy food during the “Eat Right Eat Organic” fair on June 11-14 from 11.30am to 6.30pm. Held in collaboration with the Thai Health P

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    An art oasis

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 12/07/2019

    » One of a handful of hotels in Siem Reap, Cambodia, spearheading the sustainability movement is Treeline Urban Resort. The urban resort, which gets its name from the Angkorian trees dotting the pathways of the city, opened in November 2018. It is right on the beaten path and off it. Best described as designed for the eco-conscious traveller, Treeline makes sure the balance between nature and urbanisation coexist in artistic harmony. Built by pioneering Cambodian architect Hok Kang, the resort promotes environmental consciousness while maintaining the luxury.

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    From farm to table

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 20/08/2017

    » The popularity of Western cuisine is growing in Thailand, one of the most likely reasons behind this being the initiative taken by embassies and chambers of commerce to show off their specialities abroad. These organisations host food festivals where they invite famous chefs to introduce their countries' most celebrated dishes and food products to Thais.

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    Dior's quest to finding the fountain of youthful skin

    Life, Noko, Published on 13/06/2017

    » While technology-savvy in using beauty apps, millennials or Generation Y resonate with the natural look and a "more with less" skincare routine. Also into clean eating and organic products, they lead a healthier, more accountable and more eco-friendly lifestyle.

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    Into the deep

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 17/05/2019

    » Up until a few decades ago, pla thu (Thai short mackerel), which was overflowing in local seas, had been one of the main staples in Thai households. Back then, almost every Thai child -- whether in a poor or wealthy family -- grew up feeding on pla thu, not only because the fish was available abundantly but also for a comforting good taste that reflected the loving warmth of mum's kitchen.

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    It's an organic party at Patom

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 06/10/2017

    » <b>The setting:</b> Off the main street of Thong Lor (down Thong Lor 25 if you're coming from the BTS) is what can only be described as a jaw-dropping, high-ceilinged glass house and oasis with a garden. Patom, which in Thai means beginning, also recalls the area of Nakhon Pathom from which all its organic produce and raw materials come from. The family behind the renowned tourist destination of Sampran Riverside (more often known as The Rose Garden) bought the land alongside the Tha Chin River some 53 years ago and across from that property lies Patom's organic farm which is certified in accordance with IFOAM, EU and Canadian standards. Here, fruits herbs and vegetables are grown. Patom also gets its organic produce from other local farmers in Nakhon Pathom that are supported by BLISS, a foundation set up by Patom's founders. Alongside fresh organic produce and lunch boxes prepared daily, one can also head to the store to stock up on cold-pressed juices, drink hand-picked Chiang Dao coffee while sitting outside in the serene back garden and purchase a number of different natural body care and skin products. All products are either 100% organic or made using natural and local ingredients, with as much of the components being as organic as possible (from 30% upwards).

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    Bangkok Farmers Market

    Consumer fairs, Klong Toey, Bangkok

    Price : N/A, From 25/05/2013 to 25/05/2013

    » After the success of its first event two months ago, the Bangkok Farmers Market is back to offer city dwellers fresh organic products from across the country. This time around, K Village on Sukhumvit Soi 26 is the venue for consumers to connect wi

  • News & article

    Green world rising

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 12/07/2019

    » The Mall Group has begun charging B1 for each plastic bag to coincide with the International Plastic Bag Free Day on Jul 3. Shoppers at The Mall, Emporium, EmQuartier and Siam Paragon are being encouraged to bring their own bags for all their shopping needs. It's a small but significant step towards the city's progress in reducing the use of plastic like many other places in Thailand. Even Central Group has stopped handing out plastic bags to shoppers. Additionally, they will not provide plastic bags on the 1st, 4th and 16th of every month reminding shoppers to bring in their reusable bags.

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    Binge on a fruit buffet

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 19/04/2018

    » Between April and July, the orchards of the eastern provinces open their doors for the public to enjoy the fruit season to the max.

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