Connecting Life Minded Producers to Life Minded Consumers Since March 23rd, 2013.

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  • Supporting Life Minded Producers


    Supporting Life Minded Producers
    Our mission is to connect life minded producers with life minded consumers directly and foster a vibrant community focused around Healthy Living. We support the communities in Bangkok by giving back through education, charitable works, and community programs to bring people together whenever possible. Our primary goal is to help build strong foundations for communities and focus on life. Working towards sustainability for future generations and our home planet Earth.
  • 3 Roots of Disease, Natural Health View


    3 Roots of Disease, Natural Health View
    Every healing modality explains the cause of disease in its own unique way, based on the world view and the knowledge available to its practitioners. Most natural health systems when dealing with the chronic conditions share the same strategy. They address a combination of toxicity, deficiency and stagnation.

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  • Life Minded Producer

    Gilles Sandre

    Ámantee (which means ‘peaceful space’) is set in an unpretentious contemporary urban environment with all our focus and energy turn toward kindly serving you with courtesy, elegance and competence. Ámantee is a place enhancing personal serenity.

    Ámantee-The Bakery is an “Organic Bread Creation Workshop” in partnership with the famous French “Bread Baker” Benoit Fradette. Benoit is known as one of the artisan of “The Revolution of bread baking, a creative designer, a taste adventurer, re-inventing his profession with signature breads.”

  • Internship

    Looking for Intern Writers

    Bangkok Farmers’ Market is looking for intern writers! We are looking for individuals who are wanting to improve their skills and have the opportunity to do it on a community platform. We prefer individuals who are not current professionals. The articles will be reviewed by a professional writer to give guidance and help improve the interns writing ability. The reason BKKFM is doing this is to support the growing writers community in Bangkok. If you love to write please apply by sending an email to with the subject line : I want to write.
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  • Gilles Sandre
  • Looking for Intern Writers
Sustainable Fisheries

Sustainable Fisheries

The fishermen – organic aquaculture. Conducted by Earth Net Foundation funded by the European Union.

BKKFM Plant Class

BKKFM Plant Class

Check out these 1st and 2nd grader’s sprouts from the BKKFM Youth Education – “How to grow a plant from a seed” at The American School of Bangkok. Great job kids.

Blast from the Past
Community Building

Blast from the Past

BKKFM Community No Cook Cooking Classes. This was a free monthly class to bring people who are like mind together and to have fun while preparing a non-cooked meal/desert/drink.

  • BKKFM @ U.S. Embassy

    BKKFM @ U.S. Embassy

    As part of the U.S. Mission’s “Green ‘16’” activities, a series of creative greening and environmental awareness events for 2016, the Embassy hosted its third pop-up Organic Farmers Market on March 2. The Ambassador and Mrs. Davies welcomed shoppers, vendors, and the event organizer Mr. Ryuichi Sakamoto who leads the Gateway Bangkok Farmers Market events. Vendors included Talaychan, Guiten Sausage, Amantee, Raw+Honest, Pimacoff, RakTum, The Hope Jewelry, Worm Boy, Organic Island, Moon Whisper, and Chiwadii. The pop-up market allowed embassy employees and members of the public to enjoy fresh organic produce, breads, and juices, in addition to a variety of other healthy and locally-sourced products.

    Chaloemkhwan Ratsamut, Mrs. Jacqueline Davies, Kaewalee Jamjaras, Ambassador Glyn Davies, Nattachai Mahajchariyawong

    U.S. Embassy Bangkok Thank you for all your support!
  • Filled with Love in Life

    Filled with Love in Life

    This is a picture of Doris (producer) being visited by her students from 50 years ago. Doris has a farm in Chiang Mai called Totsatep Plantation growing pineapples, bannanas, and other goodies. She also produces natural liquid soaps, jams, and wholesome snacks. She is someone the Bangkok Farmers’ Market looks up to for her service and contribution to Thais and Thailand.

  • Bangkok Farmers' Market at Gateway Ekamai

    Bangkok Farmers' Market at Gateway Ekamai

    The Bangkok Farmers’ Market currently holds a market every 2nd and last weekend of the month.

    มาซื้อสินค้าเกษตรอินทรีย์, ขนมปังสดใหม่, ผลิตภัณฑ์ธรรมชาติที่ใช้กับร่างกายและใช้ใน ครัวเรือน, เสื้อผ้าที่ผลิตจากเส้นใยธรรมชาติ เครื่องประดับที่ทำจากมือ, ศิลปะและงานฝีมือต่างๆ, การประชุมเชิงปฏิบัติ การ, กิจกรรมสำหรับเด็กๆ,การแสดงดนตรีสด และอื่นๆอีกมากมาย

    มาสนับสนุนผู้ผลิตในประเทศของคุณและอย่าลืมชวนคนในครอบครัวและเพื่อนๆของคุณมาด้วย น่ะค่ะ

    Come for the organic produce, artisan breads, natural home, body care, natural clothing, handmade jewelry, arts, crafts, workshops, kids activities, live music, & much more. Come support your local producers. Bring your friends & family. Spread the word.

    オーガニック食品や無添加素材に職人パン、自然派志向の日用品やコスメ。 ハンドメイドの雑貨や衣類。他にもワークショップやライブも開催。


  • Farm Visit to Harmony Life

    Farm Visit to Harmony Life

    The Bangkok Farmers’ Market is bringing YOU to the farm! We listened to the wonderful story of Harmony Life Farms in Pak Chong, nestled close to the Khao Yai National Park Mountains.

    When Oga-sama first started the farm no one in the area thought it possible to start a vegetable farm here. Fast forward 6 years later and he has developed a thriving organic farm with countless varieties being introduced regularly.

    We visited Harmony Life to learn about the difficulties & joys of organic farming. This was a full day event and took place Tuesday November 19th 2013.

    We met Oga-Sama the founder of Harmony Life. He shared his experiences in organic farming and personally gave us the farm tour.

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