Foodies have until tomorrow to shop for popular products from the mountains during "The Royal Project Product Festival" at the M Event Hall, ground floor of The Mall Ngamwongwan.
Held to support agricultural products from the Royal Project Foundation, the event brings over 150 items covering vegetables, fruits, edible flowers, processed food, potted flowers and handicrafts as well as delicious dishes made from fresh ingredients from the Royal Project.
Participating brands include the Royal Chitralada Project, Patpat, Doi Tung and Doi Kham, all of which have assisted mountain farmers with careers and sustainable incomes.
Highlighted produce and livestock products include kohlrabi, bicolour sweet corn, Japanese sweet potato, Japanese pumpkin, cape gooseberry, avocado, sweet passion fruit, organic eggs and rainbow trout.
Among the famous processed foods are feta cheese made from buffalo and goat milk, yoghurt made from buffalo milk, chewy mango, highland brown rice with quinoa, black sesame oil with ganoderma extracts, ganoderma herbal tea, drip coffee from Mae La Noi and instant coffee with ganoderma extract.
This is also an opportunity to indulge in ready-to-eat dishes such as ice cream with sweet potato from All About Coconut, steamed pork dumpling with fresh vegetable from Numa Thai Food, rainbow trout steamed with soy sauce and garlic-fried rainbow trout from Thammachart Seafood, and steamed trout and grouper with curry paste from Sea Calm Seafood.
The event also features a northern-style market featuring local delicacies and products.