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Bangkok’s fine-dining chefs create frozen meals to help community


While Bangkok’s restaurants are badly hit by lockdowns, its top chefs continue to help. In March 2020, Marisa Chearavanont founded Chef Cares Foundation, tapping 70 of Thailand’s top chefs and corporate sponsors to donate nutritious meals for the Covid-19 frontliners. Dutch chef Henk Savelberg’s Chef Cares Ready Meal is tender pork in a rich cream sauce with macaroni. For Thai chef Chumpol Jangprai of R-Haan, kaeng pa pla is a comforting fish jungle curry with riceberry and vegetables. There is also spaghetti with green curry sauce with chicken breast by chef Nutthapol PavaPaiboon of Wang Hinghoi, and chicken tikka masala with turmeric rice by chef Deepanker Khosla of sustainable fine-dining restaurant Haoma. Chef Cares Ready Meals are sold in 7-Eleven


stores and Makro with 100% of the profits going directly towards the foundation’s charitable activities. They have delivered over 30,000 nutritious meals for doctors, nurses, and front liners in 17 hospitals in Bangkok and Phuket.


Online food market rises 45% in South Korea


The first half of 2021 recorded a jump of more than 45% in South Korea. Asia’s fourth largest economy valued its online food transactions at 27.8 trn won (US$24bn) from January to June this year, a rise of 45.4% from last year according to Statistics Korea and industry sources. It was the largest half year tally. The spike is likely due to the increase in contact-free consumption due to the pandemic. The figure includes online transactions of food, groceries, farm produce, meat and fishery goods, and food delivery services. South Korea’s online food market is expected to top the 50 trn won mark this year.


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