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Lai Poon Piau inspects his plantation on a bicycle

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Peppercorns are most flavourful when they are freshly ground Peppercorns in various stages of ripening

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Peppercorns are most flavourful when they are freshly ground Peppercorns in various stages of ripening

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Benjamin Goh (2nd from right) and his team at 28 Wilkie The caviar farm Weighing up the caviar

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The caviar farm Weighing up the caviar

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The caviar farm

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May Chevallier and a variety of Cloud 9 Orchard’s olive oils

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May Chevallier and a variety of Cloud 9 Orchard’s olive oils

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From left: Samantha, Marley, Stevie and Paul Tan

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Marley Tan holding a chick

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The Tan's farm

Growing global

Still growing kai lan in your backyard? Be inspired to do more by four Singaporeans who have started their own farms overseas.
Apr 8, 2017 5:50 AM

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TUCKED in a shelf in Dempsey's COMO Marketplace - which curates artisanal food products from Asia - is a range of Kampot peppercorns from Cambodia, promising to do for pepper what Himalayan pink sea salt has done for table salt. Available in white, pink and

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