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Founders choose to give vegetables to those in need

Sin Chew Wed Mar 24, 2021

Collaboration between Grow Eat Well and What A Waste, where the founders choose to give vegetables to those in need, through the social enterprise What A Waste.

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Growing Green and Sales

The Star - Business News Sat Jan 30, 2021

Interview with Andy and Marcus on the digital component of their hydroponic kits. Grow Eat Well aims to make it as easy as possible for customers to grow their own vegetables.

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Healthy packed meals for the needy

The Star - Metro News Thu Jan 14, 2021

GrowEatWell donates 60kg of vegetables and collaborates with What a Waste (WAW) to distribute 409 packets of cooked food at Subang Jaya, Selangor, to benefit the needy and encourage healthy eating.

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Feeding the community with a healthy appeal

News Hub Asia Mon Jan 4, 2021

Hydroponic vegetables produced by GrowEatWell were distributed as packed meals with What a Waste (WAW) to 409 people at Subang Jaya.

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Feeding the community with a healthy appeal

Malaysia Global Business Forum Sun Jan 3, 2021

GrowEatWell’s CSR program distributed their greenhouse-grown hydroponic vegetables as 409 packed meals with What a Waste (WAW) in Subang Jaya to feed the needy and encourage healthy eating.

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What A Waste - First CSR partnership for the year!

What A Waste - Facebook Sun Jan 3, 2021

Conspec Builders Malaysia and GrowEatWell collaborate with What a Waste (WAW) to serve people in Court 2 Flats in Subang Jaya, distributing 60 kgs of hydroponic vegetables; making 409 healthy meals for the needy.

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