Eat The Kiwi makes it easy to buy produce with a shorter time between farm and plate
Browsing: Grocery Shopping
Skip the supermarket frustrations and try some of these excellent shops and online stores offering all kinds of gourmet groceries.
Farmer’s Market, Hong Kong’s go-to online butcher, is soon to be Singapore’s favourite meat specialist, following its recent launch there.
Picnics are even better if you let someone else handle all the prep. With our guide to where to pick up the best ready-made picnic hampers in Hong Kong, all you need to do is rock up and relax al fresco.
Founder of successful online butcher Farmer’s Market, Emma Pike is a driven entrepreneur. When she’s not busy growing her own brand, this hardworking mum-of-two loves nothing more than sharing her businesses acumen with Hong Kong’s start-up scene, and she is also committed to helping others, working closely with local charities to raise both funds and awareness. Kate Farr sits down for a chat with Emma about career goals, charity work and challenges for the year ahead.
Online butcher, Farmer’s Market, supply naturally farmed, restaurant quality Australian meat and fish to Hong Kongers. We delved into their online store to find out what they offer and give their food the all-important taste test. Read on for the chance to win a $1,000 voucher for Farmer’s Market’s online store.
As a newly landed expat there is A LOT to organise, and even simple tasks become frustrating when you don’t know your way around. If you’ve just landed in Hong Kong, I want to share some info that would have helped me find my feet faster.
Mission impossible: cutting your grocery budget in Hong Kong. Not if you head to these discount supermarkets.
Tired of paying a fortune for fruit and veg that looks and tastes past its best? The Fresh Supply Company want to make fresh and tasty produce affordable and readily available to HK consumers. Check out our review and get your discount code (and a chance to win a $500 fruit and veg crate too).
EcoFarm supplies organic vegetables and fruit grown to households in Hong Kong.