These gluten-free, vegan Gelatos are made from locally-grown SG vegetables - The Local Farm by Gardenasia - Alvinology

These gluten-free, vegan Gelatos are made from locally-grown SG vegetables – The Local Farm by Gardenasia

The Local Farm by Gardenasia (TLF) curates Singapore’s first gelato flavours made from locally-grown vegetables. Available in Arugula Oat, Kale Coconut, Pineapple Baby Spinach Sorbet and Round Spinach flavour, the new TLF Gelato line puts a fresh spin on what it means to consume local produce.

The TLF Gelatos are 100% gluten-free, with three out of four flavours being vegan. Rich in prebiotics and high in fibre, the gelato line makes for a healthy treat for all ages. TLF Gelatos are specially crafted in partnership with Papitto Gelato, a local gelato business that provides high quality and freshly made gelato from their HACCP certified factory in Singapore.

These gluten-free, vegan Gelatos are made from locally-grown SG vegetables - The Local Farm by Gardenasia - Alvinology
  1. Round Spinach
    1. Ingredients: Milk, cream, sugars, round spinach, dietary fibre, stabilisers
    1. Gluten-free
  2. Kale Coconut
    1. Ingredients: Coconut milk, sugars, curly kale, dietary fibre, stabilisers
    1. Gluten-free
    1. Vegan
  3. Pineapple Baby Spinach Sorbet
    1. Ingredients: Pineapple juice, sugars, baby spinach, dietary fibre, stabilisers
    1. Gluten-free
    1. Vegan
  4. Arugula Oat
    1. Ingredients: Oat milk, arugula, maltitol, erythritol, dietary fibre, stabilisers
    1. Gluten-free
    1. Vegan

Available in two sizes: 100 ml ($4.50+) and 475 ml ($18+)

TLF Gelatos will make their official debut at Gardenasia during The Local Farm Weekend on 4th and 5th of June 2022, and are available for purchase on-site. You can also purchase the gelatos on TLF’s website in the near future.

These gluten-free, vegan Gelatos are made from locally-grown SG vegetables - The Local Farm by Gardenasia - Alvinology

The Local Farm Weekend is TLF’s monthly event that provides a platform for local producers. Known for its Farmers’ Markets pre-covid, TLF hopes to deliver a more curated experience this time around by collaborating with various home-grown businesses to make this a monthly affair. Every first weekend of the month, from 10am to 4pm, the event is open to the public.

The first installation features over 15 booths showcasing ready-to-eat and fresh foods, and activities — such as a children’s corner with colouring activities hosted by the Singapore Food Agency, and a moss art workshop by Mosscape. Aside from the familiar farmers, examples of vendors include MamaShop, CRUST Group, PagoniaBleu and Good Coffee.

These gluten-free, vegan Gelatos are made from locally-grown SG vegetables - The Local Farm by Gardenasia - Alvinology

TLF is also in discussions to partner with a food delivery service, and the public can expect the gelatos to be available for delivery in the near future.

The TLF Gelato is part of TLF’s current plan to not only build an ecosystem with the aim of making #SupportLocalbyBuyingLocal easy, but also to add value and vibrancy to the local agriculture landscape. TLF is planning an exciting lineup of experiences under its three pillars of EAT.WORK.PLAY for the near future.

A recent collaboration was the “Farm to Families” campaign with Food from the Heart, which provides beneficiaries access to local fresh farm goodness while supplying long term demand for our farmers.

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