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Superfood Asia 2019 Highlights Healthy and Halal

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Sambal chilli flavoured vegetable chips? Kampung chicken fed with pineapple? These may sound unusual to you but these foods are already gaining popularity in the local F&B scene. Billed as the only dedicated trade exhibition of its kind in the region, Superfood Asia 2019 was an event for businesses sourcing for the best natural, organic and superfood products.

Held over 3 days in April, more than 300 local and international F&B exhibitors came together to introduce their unique food innovations. Live cooking demonstrations and food tasting sessions included one by Masterchef Asia Finalist, Madam Jasbir Kaur.

In this video we talk to some exhibitors about superfoods, and why cooking with fresh, organic ingredients is important.

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