You Can Get Pesticide-Free Veggies Delivered Right To Your Doorstep

From the farm straight to your table.

Cover image via Cultiveat & Joni Lynne (Provided)

Most vegetables from regular supermarkets are often filled with pesticides and chemicals to make them look fresher and last longer

Not only is it difficult to find good vegetables throughout the year that are chemical-free, there are also other factors to consider during the farming process, such as unpredictable weather and environmental damage.

All of which adds to the availability and price.

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Cultiveat hopes to change that by being the first to practise sustainable farming in Malaysia.

They use eco-friendly methods to grow vegetables that are pesticide and GMO-free – plus, they can deliver it straight to your home!

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The vegetables are grown on urban farms, which minimises land degradation, wastage, and carbon emissions.

And they also provide jobs to marginalised communities who live near the farms.

Their newly-launched online market offers two options: Lettuce mix and Summer Crisp lettuce

Lettuce Mix.

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Lettuce mix
- It comes in a random selection of six to nine (depending on size) varieties: Butterhead, Romaine, Mini Cos, Frisee, Oakleaf, Summer Crisp, Coral, and Batavia.

Summer Crisp
- It comes as six large heads of Summer Crisp lettuce. 

The company is currently working on adding more to the list of vegetables in the future.

Summer Crisp lettuce.

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The vegetables are delivered as live plants in cartridges, which you can pluck fresh as you cook!

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Each bundle costs RM40.

And if you live in Klang Valley, they are currently offering free delivery from now until 31 March!

You can order it here.

For more information on what they do, you can check out their website here.

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