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Bangkok’s Kud Thai Market Unveils Best of Thailand Produce

The Kud Thai Market 2022 is now unveiling the best variety of Thai agricultural products to all the country’s residents and tourists.

Located on Quartier Avenue, EmQuartier’s ground floor, until moving to Bangkok’s The Mall tomorrow, the market promotes over 250 local varieties made by modern farmers and entrepreneurs.

All products stand out for their quality, flavor, hygiene, and freshness. Those offered by the young farmers of this generation include premium Ibaraki melon from Wasana Melon Farm, eggs from Pathomsook organic farm, and Akihime Japanese strawberry from Essence Farm.

Organic alternative enthusiasts can also find organic Bengal currants (or Carissa carandas) from Sirisompon, natural eggs from Sea Indy Country Farm, and 100% organic Rakjung rice.

Pila Farm Studio, a community business that focuses on converting farm produce to organic products to promote a better lifestyle, offers cutting boards made from tamarind wood, scented candles, flip flops, fresh vegetables, and rice.

Also, visitors can discover a wide variety of interesting handcrafted products from Thorr.Th natural materials. They include healthy plant-based vegan probiotic beverages and home décor items such as tablecloths, wall hangings, wallets, and coasters.

The Kud Thai Market 2022 also comes as a perfect opportunity to promote or purchase authentic Thai products from world-class sources.

The catalog of indigenous products from the region includes free-range baby chickens with delicious, dense meat from Klongpai Farm or Incha beef, known for its tender and fragrant marbled meat. Another star product is the iconic salted fish from Kulao Thong Takbai By Mae Pan.

Premium fruit lovers can also find several high-quality options, such as the Monthong durians that Siam Golden has sourced from the best farms across the country.

Tanna Fruits also joined the market with rare varieties of premium durians, including the Thongyoy Chat, Mednai Yai Prang, Chompusri, Kob Na San, and Katoey Kua San. Moreover, to delight all shoppers, there’s beach-grown Koh Sukorn (Boeing variety) watermelon from Trang province, Siam ruby pomelo from Nakhon Si Thammarat, and Petch Klong Hat rose apple from Sa Kaeo.

Visitors can experience local culture with Cha Fung or aromatic tea, brewed by Chiang Rai’s wise villagers, as well as salted beef sticks and chili sticky rice from Ping Fai By Neur Camp Fire.

Those who cannot visit the market can also find all the products in all the Gourmet Market branches from May 19 to June 15. Kud Thai Market 2020 will also hit The Mall Bangkapi (May 26-June 1), The Mall Tha Phra (June 2-8), The Mall Bangkae (June 9-15) and The Mall Ngamwongwan (June 16- June 22nd).

For more information, visit or call 02-310-1945.