Wednesday, 22.11.2017

Homegrown Foods


From Your Momma Nature

You’ve made an effort to eat right – or at least better – over the last couple of years. Every week a magazine article tells you of the dangers of this or that product, but you try your best to be good to your soul, and treat your body like a temple, not just an amusement park.

But it’s not always so easy. Who ever directs the consumer protection laws in Hong Kong seems to be smoking the proverbial. Consequently, like a boozy, Greek orgy-themed birthday party, it can be hard to know exactly what you’re putting in your mouth.

Homegrown Foods has created a new direct-to-consumer service, meaning we health-conscious hipsters can now enjoy food with ‘integrity’, even if we don’t display so much ourselves.

The service provides a wide range of wholesome produce, sans chemicals and toxins, from local farms, delivered weekly or bi-weekly to your door, within 24-hours of being plucked, picked or pulled from the ground.

A variety of packages and box size options are available, all following Homegrown Food’s philosophy of eating what’s in season, which means it’s also good for the planet.

Let out your inner omnivore.

Homegrown Foods

Small boxes from $298 (for 2-3 people).

Nuts & Bolts
Fresh farm vegetable delivery


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