Fresh veggies, tasty milled rice, and sweet fruit wine were just a few of the Cambodian goods that were offered for sale. All of the more than 20 objects on display were free of chemicals.
One of the booths was run by Chay Chim, a professor and researcher at the Royal University of Agriculture. He claimed that Valentine’s Day was a great chance to advertise the Kingdom’s agricultural products.
“Selling these items establishes a link between healthy products and affection. We spread the idea to the populace that eating wholesome food is important if you care about your family, he continued.