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Food Picks: Sprout festival returns

Get your pick of fruit and vegetables from producers such as Edible Garden City, Kok Fah Technology Farm, Pacific Agro Farm, and Quan Fa Organic Farm; organic mushrooms from Kin Yan Agrotech; and Kuhlbarra's locally farmed premium Australian barramun
Get your pick of fruit and vegetables from producers such as Edible Garden City, Kok Fah Technology Farm, Pacific Agro Farm, and Quan Fa Organic Farm; organic mushrooms from Kin Yan Agrotech; and Kuhlbarra's locally farmed premium Australian barramundi. PHOTOS: FURAMA SINGAPORE, PORTA, SPROUT, VIOLET OON SINGAPORE AT JEWEL
Lamb shank
Lamb shankPHOTOS: FURAMA SINGAPORE, PORTA, SPROUT, VIOLET OON SINGAPORE AT JEWEL
Sous vide Pork Belly ($26)
Sous vide Pork Belly ($26)PHOTOS: FURAMA SINGAPORE, PORTA, SPROUT, VIOLET OON SINGAPORE AT JEWEL
Nyonya popiah party platter ($58, good for six people)
Nyonya popiah party platter ($58, good for six people) PHOTOS: FURAMA SINGAPORE, PORTA, SPROUT, VIOLET OON SINGAPORE AT JEWEL

Sprout festival - styled as a farmer's market in Suntec City - is back for its second edition this weekend. It caters to foodies, home cooks, or those looking to pick up gardening tips.

Get your pick of fruit and vegetables from producers such as Edible Garden City, Kok Fah Technology Farm, Pacific Agro Farm, and Quan Fa Organic Farm; organic mushrooms from Kin Yan Agrotech; and Kuhlbarra's locally farmed premium Australian barramundi. Other products to look out for include raw and unfiltered honey from The Rare Honey Company; hand-sewn blooming tea from Petale Tea; kombucha from Yocha Kombucha; and cold-pressed Chufa Oil from Chufala Singapore. Chufa, also known as tigernut, is a tuber which is considered a superfood.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 10, 2019, with the headline 'Food Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe