Today we visited an organic farm invested by Taiwanese. The farm was not ready for visitors yet, but the owners invited some Taiwanese to know and walk around the place. Since it was not yet completely open to the public, many gardens were still rough in shape and seemed not well developed. However the shop in the farm already operated and sold some herb extract oil and organic vegetables. The farm was located near a famous sight-seeing place and there were already different kinds of farms nearby. Some farms focused on fun and play, while some focused on catering. This farm is the only one focusing on organic food. It was very competitive to run business there, not to say the farm so far still did not look very attractive to visitors. I hope they can develop the farm completely as soon as possible and start selling all kinds of organic food soon. Because the idea of eating light and heathy was still not popular and need to be promoted in China. And because the owners of the farm are from Taiwan, I really hope they can succeed in this sector of business.
We cooked the vegetables and ate Ginko nuts bought in the farm the following day. The vegetable tasted good and a bit different from the ones we bought in the market. The nuts tasted great. Friends told us the nuts were good for health. Few days later I saw some vendor selling the same nuts and I bought some, but they tasted bitter. I was happy to find the difference between the organic food and non-organic ones.