Fresh food fair at Seacon

Premium grilled beef from Monster Beef. Seacon Square

The Fresh Food From Farms fair will return to Seacon Square with selections of farm products from more than 60 new-generation entrepreneurs from tomorrow to Sept 24.

The 10-day fair is a rare opportunity for health-conscious visitors to purchase fresh, clean and safe products made from good ingredients from famous farms and meet celebrities conscious of healthy food consumption. Among the items available are ready-to-eat boiled egg white by EightyEight, whole-grain bread by the Oven Farm, flour-free and milk-free healthy cakes by Melo's List Healthy, crispy baked whole-grain granola by Farmer's Grain, fresh-scented goat milk by Love Goat Milk, flourless and borax-free fish balls by Pala Fish Balls, Cornflake Caramel Honey Gold, traditional artisan bakeries from France by Folies, and premium homemade food and bakery products by Rosemary by Madame Tuang.

Products from leading entrepreneurs will include fresh fruits imported from the US and Australia by Vachamon Food, processed products and processed fruits from Kamnan Chul Farm, tender beef imported from Japan by Snow Beef, fresh seafood by Prantalay, fresh/frozen/smoked seafood and shellfish by Thammachart Seafood, Doi Chaang Coffee, and cheese toast imported from Hokkaido by Say Chiizu Toast. Leading stars will offer healthy foods from their own brands, including Gomango by Boy Pakorn, Monster Beef by Alek Teeradetch, Soya Soy Milk by Wawwa Nichari, organic rice from Suthathip Farm by Took Chanokwanan, and low-fat chilli paste and traditional nam prik tadaeng from Namprik Feemue Mae by Art Phasut.

There will also be free workshops conducted by Uncleree Organic Farm on how to grow milky mushroom and make fertiliser from worm castings. They will be held on consecutive Saturdays and Sundays, and registrations can be made in advance at Seacon Square's Facebook page.

Seacon Square is on Srinakarin Road. Call 02-721-8888.

Seafood from Thammachart Seafood. photos courtesy of Seacon Square

Chilli paste from Namprik Feemue Mae. seacon square


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