Prime Minister Hun Sen urges the public to grow fruits and vegetables organically.
Fruit and vegetables are grown as initiative to help impoverished students.
With a wide range of dining options available, eating habits have gradually evolved from one that involves actual cooking into one single swipe on a mobile application.
How many times in your life have you heard your mother or grandmother say “eat your greens”? More than once, for sure. While being told this multiple times may dissuade you from doing exactly what you are asked to, they actually have a good point.
Cambodians consumed an average of 540 tonnes of vegetables a day last year: report.
The area around Boeung Tamouk Lake to be built into a massive market.
Camcontrol officials destroy more than 63 tonnes of sub-standard goods this year.
Heifer and Khmer Organic agreement to give 35,000 farmer greater market access.
Growing up, our parents always encouraged us to eat our vegetables and fruits. For generations, we raised our children to believe that veggies and fruits are super foods that make us strong (even popular cartoon,
Amru Rice says international demand for its organic rice paper is strong.
2018 would see production of over 5,000 tonnes of chemical-free vegetables.
A host of food taboos are fuelling malnutrition among Indonesian girls.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned imports of fresh vegetables and fruits from the southern Indian state of Kerala.
While Chinese New Year is celebrated by most locals, it is the Chinese Cambodians that revel with the most fervour.
Digital Agriculture Exchange plans to build an agricultural research centre in Cambodia.
Too many leftovers from dinner? Vegetables forgotten in the fridge or cans gathering dust at the back of a cupboard?
Hun Sen is asking people to avoid vegetables grown with chemicals to help local farmers.
A centre to improve standards and quality of agricultural products to be started in Kandal.
A government project to boost the production of chemical-free vegetables is taking-off.