Buy home-grown produce at Kranji farmers' market
Local farmers join hands to sell items ranging from quail eggs to goat's milk
Published on May 19, 2014 6:39 AM
Stock up on fresh goat milk, quail eggs and tilapia fish - all "made in Singapore" and for sale at an upcoming fair featuring the island's very own farmers.
The Kranji Countryside Farmers' Market next month is the first to focus on the produce of farmers who till the soil here.
Other fairs like Pasarbella - touted as Singapore's first permanent farmers' market - and the fortnightly Loewen Gardens Market in Dempsey are known more for gourmet products including cheese, meat and olive oil that may have been imported from abroad.
But the Kranji event, to be held on June 28 and 29, will have 30 stalls all selling produce grown, reared or made locally.
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