Buy 2 Get 1 Free at ORFARM on Vietnam Woman’s Day

09:44 | 16/10/2014
To celebrate the Vietnam Woman’s Day, from now till October 20, 2014, the Vietnam First Organic food brand ORFARM runs special offers with Buy 2 Get 1 Free for all types of its organic pork, freshwater fishes, sea fishes and sausages at all its showrooms in Hanoi.

The offices are at 72 Tran Dang Ninh street, Cau Giay district and 13 Do Quang, Tran Duy Hung street, Cau Giay district. If you are busy to get to the showrooms, the brand offers free delivery for all guests in four main districts of Hanoi ordering through its hotline at 0918836911/ 0918787743 or or Fanpage:

Also on this occasion, ORFARM in accordance with Toviet Cellar & Restaurant organised a Special Wine and BBQ Organic Food Party in Hanoi to express their best wishes to their female clients who kindly support them from the beginning as well as to create a chance for them to taste luxurious wines via organic food. The event also brings good chance for guests to understand more on the blend between wines and organic food shared by international sommerlier To Viet.

Currently, the ORFARM showroom provides such organic products as pork, chicken, eggs, fishes, vegetables and cold meats as klobasa, salami, sausages and bacon. All Orfarm fresh meats are frozen to ensure the quality, hygiene and taste of products. Besides to create clients more conveniently, it also provides other imported high quality products, including American and Australian beefs, Canadian cod fish, Norway salmon as well as spaghetti, biscuits and chocolate.

All ORFARM fresh and cold meat products satisfy the guidelines set out by Japan's EMRO trademark using EM technology™ (Effective Microorganism). The technology is based on the idea of a coexistence with native and originally-dominant microorganisms, not exclusion of them. EM technology has no adverse effects and is in fact beneficial to plants, animals, and humans. EM technology allows the farm to suppress the putrefactive microorganisms. It does this by ensuring the process of fermentation as opposed to putrefaction. As a result, living organisms as well as inorganic materials impede deterioration.

By By Duc Hanh

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