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1. learning | 19 Jun 2013
About food safety
» Scan QR code with vegetables at Lotus & trace produce back to field it was grown on. Nutritional info & recipes too.
2. learning | 12 Jul 2012
About food safety
» Vegetables you cook with everyday (cabbage, kale, beans, morning glory, chilli) may have cancer-causing chemicals in them.
3. lifestyle | 28 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» A garden of edible vegetables in the middle of Thong Lor? Since last week, a new patch of green amid urban high rises has raised many eyebrows — its name is Root Garden, and it is located at the beginning of Thong Lor So...
4. news | 21 Jan 2015
» Provincial authorities plan to ask the government to provide new water resources and organic vegetables for villagers who say they are suffering from health problems from the gold mine in Pichit province. The mine is ope...
5. lifestyle | 14 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: Brunch
» The morning glory-like vine called phak boong might be the most commonplace of vegetables, cheap and so plentiful that you can find some kinds growing as weeds practically everywhere, but when brought into the kitchen of...
6. learning | 19 Aug 2014
» You buy your fruits and vegetables in a modern Thai supermarket and you make sure they have a Q-Mark certificate. Thus, you can be certain they are safe to eat, right? Wrong.
7. learning | 28 Mar 2014
» Lottery to buy new equipment to ease suspicions, Intel mobile & tablet chips target Thailand & severe drought pushes up prices of rice, vegetables & meat.
8. learning | 16 Jan 2014
» Protest has reduced Bangkok air pollution, digital TV may weed out political channels & farmers offloading vegetables outside of Bangkok.
9. learning | 06 Sep 2013
About food & culture
» Spicy Korean Kimchi is famous around the world but Thailand's has been forgotten even at home.
10. learning | 19 Jul 2013
Easy English news
» For 200 families in my hometown of Northfield, Minnesota,visits to the local supermarket tend to be very short. They get their fruits and vegetables directly from the farm.