12 MARCH EHL Campus (Singapore), 3 Lady Hill Rd, Singapore 258672 Get direction


Attention all food lovers: discover an array of exciting food products from 8 countries at our inaugural Sustainable Food Market! From coffee to gin, oysters to raclette and caviar: join us at the EHL Campus (Singapore) to taste tantalising samples from Canada, Egypt, France, Georgia, Mexico, Romania, Rwanda
and Switzerland. Home chefs can look forward to our workshops conducted by professionals, where they will have the chance to expand their culinary repertoire, and learn more about the various sustainable products used in the demonstration.

Register here for tickets.

Here is a snap-shot of what each participating country has to offer:

  • Canada is proud to present fresh Pacific oysters from British Columbia, as well as delicious lobster canapés and lobster bisque – both made with lobsters from New Brunswick. Additionally, sample and learn more about our sustainable Canadian plant-based paneer made of nutritious pea protein!
  • Egypt will present delicious light bites, showcasing the all-time-favourite Egyptian falafel with fresh eggplant, mini shish taouk (tender grilled chicken), kunafa (sweet, spun pastry topped with cheese), bassbousa (syrupsoaked semolina cake) and cold local juices.
  • France will celebrate the occasion with fresh, seasonal ingredients from French producers who still produce food in traditional, time-honoured ways: cheeses from Mons and Singular Matters (handcrafted cheeses made in Singapore); legumes from boutique farmers; Pyrenees Pierre Oteiza charcuterie; sustainable Sturia caviar; sustainable wine brought by Angra; as well as organic Kampot pepper and spices from La Plantation.
  • Georgia will present an array of wine from various local Georgian regions – presented by Vinearth, these wines are sustainably sourced and biodynamic.
  • Mexico will bring to the fair Zunte’s renowned, artisanal Mezcal. Certified 100% handcrafted with organic agave, the quality presented will no doubt uphold the traditions and the deft and versatile handcraft skills of Mezcal producers in Mexico. Mexico Unico will also be featured – authentic Mexican arabica coffee – alongside great cacao products.
  • Romania will offer beans puree with caramelised onions, homemade sausages, egg-fish salad as well as Cozonac (a traditional sweet bread) and tasty local-Romanian-style doughnuts.
  • Rwanda will give all fair-goers a chance to sip a cup of Kawah Coffee’s premium, specialty coffee – sourced from a sustainable family farm in Rwanda, these fragrant beans are roasted and packed in Singapore.
  • Switzerland will showcase the best of Swiss cheese.

The Sustainable Market is free and open to the public – strictly By Registration Only (please note that nonregistered participants will be turned away, in order not to violate prevailing SMMs).
Pick your session – morning or afternoon (limited slots) – to enjoy the workshops and the food market.


10AM – 10.45AM: Chocolate & Coffee
To satisfy your sweet tooth, try out this chocolate and coffee pairing! French chocolatier Laurent Bernard will take you on an extraordinary journey to the ‘heart of chocolate’; alongside, a Rwandan coffee pairing will also offer the chance for you to glean insights as to why your taste buds like chocolate and coffee so much.

11AM – 11.45AM: Oysters & Gin
We can’t wait for you to experience the legendary taste profile of Geay Oysters from Marennes-Oléron’s (South of France), a region renowned for its delicious oysters. They will be paired with Canadian gin from Ginealogy, a boutique distributor of premium craft spirits from the heart of Québec, Canada. You’re in for a treat!


1.30PM – 2.15PM: Seafood & Plant-based pea-panneer
Chef at the official residence of the High Commissioner of Canada, Anand Kumar, will be conducting a workshop utilising the tantalising lobsters from New Brunswick, and tasty Canadian R&D-ed plant-based pea-paneer from Herbyvore! In this live demonstration, you’ll learn about new and dynamic ways to prepare scrumptious dishes!

2.30PM – 3.15PM: Egyptian desserts
Chef Khaled will be preparing “Om Ali” – meaning “Mother of Ali”. As one of the national desserts of Egypt, this dish is as meaningful as it is traditional.

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