A Singapore Farm
Yili Farm is a family-run business established in 1996 by the owner, Mr Alan Toh (Left). Mr Toh’s passion and drive towards vegetable farming allowed Yili to prosper to become one of Singapore’s leading local vegetable farms. Through 24 years of perseverance and resilience, the farm managed to produce and distribute vegetables to major supermarket chains like FairPrice Finest and selected Sheng Siong outlets.
Yili places great emphasis on ensuring that its customers are receiving vegetables of the finest quality. Beyond the strict and comprehensive processes, which follows industry standards and AVA regulations, that it practices, Yili also provides value-added services such as washing and packaging before handing their produce to their trusted distributors.
Currently, Yili is in the midst of passing the torch over to its second-generation helmed by Mr Toh’s daughter and son – Toh Ying Ying (Right) and Toh Zheng Jie. This new generation will be spearheading the company towards adopting modernized vegetable growing methods and will continue to deliver its best to their customers.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are your vegetables organic?
No. It is not. We do use a little bit of pesticides to keep those pests at bay. But it's SFA-approved so it's definitely safe for consumption!
How are your vegetables grown?
We grow our vegetables in soil, with love and hardwork!
Can we visit your farm?
Our farm is currently not opened to public. (But yes in the future, with our new plot of land. Stay tune and wait for the good news!).
Where can I find your vegetables?
Well, you can find our products at physical stores like FairPrice Finest & Sheng Siong (here!), and for online stores - Amazon & Redmart. However, make sure to call the respective outlets about our availabilities before you head down!
What types of vegetables do you sell?
We sell 5 types of vegetables, and they are Cai Xin Hua (菜心花), Round Spinach (圆头苋菜), Sharp Spinach (尖头苋菜), Kang Kong (空心菜), and finally, Xiao Bai Cai (小白菜). We do have Lettuce and Nai Bai as well, but grown during the Chinese New Year festive and SG Farmer's Market only!
Can I buy direct from you?
Yes you can but only through online! You are unable to come down to the farm to purchase vegetables without an appointment/online booking.