Health & Wellness Shops, restaurants, schools, and households could grow their own fresh produce, reducing need for imports, if mobile farming trial is successful Technology is the latest brainchild of team of University of Hong Kong MBAs behind urban farm that supplies restaurants vegetables and herbs grown without soil Farmacy grows vegetables and herbs hydroponically in Causeway Bay, and is trialling mobile farms. Co-founder Raymond Mak talks about cutting Hong Kong’s carbon footprint and delivering fresh produce. Photo: Jonathan Wong Food & Drink Sustainable dining: Hong Kong restaurants that source food locally, cut waste, recycle and compost If the carbon footprint of your meal troubles you – and with 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s food imported, why wouldn’t it? – these chefs find ways to lower theirs Not only that, using locally grown vegetables and locally raised chickens means the dishes they serve are fresher and more nutritious. What’s not to like?


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