For the beetroot lovers, this is a minty, tangy twist to beetroot juice.
There is something about watermelon that screams SUMMER! It brings back memories of summer holidays and family barbecues – we would always end up with the sweet, sticky watermelon juice dripping down our arms!
Do you ever get that feeling you are throwing your money away when you throw limp, unfresh or over-ripe fruit and vegetables? Use these tips to keep your produce fresher for longer and make use of them rather than filling your garbage bin.
At Sabine’s Baskets we love to reuse and recycle items around the home and office. The brown paper bags we deliver your fruit and vegetables in are one of the most useful recyclable things. Keep reading to find out how we like to make use of them.
Our customers are often curious about the origin of our produce. So if you have been wondering where your fruit and vegetables come from, read on!
We purchase our fruit and vegetables from our trusted suppliers at the Tiong Bahru Market. We work very closely with our suppliers to source produce from as close to Singapore as possible with a lot of fruit and vegetables coming from Malaysia, Thailand and Australia. This helps to cut down the miles they travel to get them to you as fresh as possible.
This week our fruit baskets are featuring Pluots. These little gems are a blend of a plum and an apricot with many varieties ranging from bright green and yellow to rich dark red.