Ever wondered where the food on your plate comes from? Did they come from a healthy farm or was it riddled with bugs? And how were they really treated – with chemicals or tender loving care? 

Since the growing popularity of organic produce, many skeptics and naysayers have casted their doubts and pointed their accusing fingers at organic farmers. Many have accused us of deceiving the public or lying about the nature of organic produce to drive up our sales.

That cannot be further from the truth.

Indeed, the organic industry has seen many types of people trying to jump onto the ‘organic’ bandwagon by labeling their produce as ‘Organic’ or ‘100% Natural’ as a way around the regulations and to join in the latest trend.

There have been instances where farmers pass off traditionally agricultured produce as organic, and even cases where certified organic produce (by the governing bodies) get tested positive for chemical residues.

For supporters of local businesses and produce, do also make sure that the business you’re buying from is truly local with a physical site you can see and trust. Businesses can claim to be anything behind the screen.

Know What Goes Into Your Food

Everyone today is definitely more conscious and cautious about what they are eating. Yes, that includes knowing where your food came from and how it was grown and what went into it during its growth process.

At our farm, we have an open-door policy where you, consumers of the public, are always welcomed to take a look at how our produce is grown and treated. Here, the term ‘organic’ is taken seriously.

From our refusal to use chemicals and pesticides, down to creating our very own compost (Read more about our Compost system), Quanfa understands the needs of conscious consumers and will go the extra mile for your peace of mind.

Our Open Door Policy

We believe that words and advertising can only do so much, and we know that seeing is believing. With our numerous farm tours, we invite everyone – especially consumers of our very own organic produce – to take a peek into what goes on behind the scenes.

From our daily routine of caring for the little sprouts, to monitoring the environment and growth of our produce, and even to properly harvesting these crops, consumers are welcomed to take a gander at how their food is grown and perhaps even partake in the process!

We promise you that what you see is what you get! 

For more information about our farm tours, please send your queries to info@quanfa.com.sg




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