Beyond The Food

Bring to your table not only exquisite, ethnic cuisine but also the cultural knowledge and insight to share with and impress your friends!

Songkran (Thai New Year)

Songkran is Thailand's most celebrated festival and it is celebrated every year on the 13th of April and lasts for 3-10 days depending on where you are in Thailand.

Christmas Around The World

Come 25th December every year, the world is enveloped by a sense of merriment and joyous celebration of which no other day can bring.

Herbs & Spices – Basil

Herbs and spices are part and parcel of any Asian meal. In WORLDFOODS, authentic herbs and spices are used to create true Asian flavours in our recipes. 

Colour Naturally with WORLDFOODS

WORLDFOODS is committed to produce the finest products by using 100% natural ingredients with no added artificial preservatives, flavouring and colouring.

Food Allergy or Food Intolerance

A food allergy is an immune system response where the body mistakes an ingredient in food, usually a protein, as harmful and creates antibodies to fight it.

Chutney or Relish?

Chutney comes from the Hindu word ‘Chatni’ which means savouring or relishing an appetizing taste. 

Understanding Trans Fat

What is trans fat? And how can it affect your well being? Read on to learn about it...

Modern Day Cooking Trends

Today's 'hustle-and-bustle' lifestyle, who really has the time to manage cooking for themselves and their families?

Marinating Tips

The main role of marinades is to add flavour to food. 

Salad Dressings - Pour it on!

Get your salad spinners spinning. Due to the warm weather, not only does appetite decreases, but also it is important to meet your daily nutritional requirements. 

Oodles of Noodles

Noodles, the second greatest staple food in Asian kitchens after rice is believed to have been invented in China about 2000 years ago.

Fiery Chilies

Chillies form an essential part of the cuisine in many parts of the world. Today there are probably 400 different chillies grown.

All About Vegans

"Vegetarian" is defined as avoiding all animal flesh, including fish and poultry.

The Spirit of Ramadan

Ramadan to Muslims is similar to what Lent is to Christians and Yom Kippur to Jews.

Lemon Grass & Kaffir Lime Leaves

Lemongrass is the common name for Cymbopogon and is native to warm and tropical climates. Cymbopogon nardus, also known as citronella grass, is used in the production of citronella oil which is then used in soap, candles and insect sprays.

Cancer Prevention Diet

Did you know that...Cancer is the second leading cause of preventable death after heart disease. Here's an interesting discovery!

Cleaning & Safety

Cooking is not just about putting ingredients together and whipping up something. Here is a list of cleaning and safety pointers.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potato is a tuberous crop. The skin and flesh of the sweet potato may range from off-white through cream, yellow, orange, and pink to a very deep purple, although white and yellow-orange flesh are most common.

Cooking Pointers

Here is a list of what to do, what not to do and other tips and tricks that you would definitely find interesting!

Healthy Inspired Recipes with WORLDFOODS

Simple easy recipes using WORLDFOODS products inspired by Alexandra Prabaharan is a certified nutritionist with the American Fitness Professionals and Associates (AFPA).

Asian Vegetables

The Asian Vegetable world is the endless array of greens, most are low-land vegetables and others are cultivated in cooler highland areas

WORLDFOODS is non-GMO Verified by the Non-GMO Project

We pride ourselves on making authentic Southeast Asian Sources with all-natural ingredients

A Flavourful Venture

May Foong went from advertising to founding WORLDFOODS, which produces ready-made Asia source, pastes, marinades and salad dressing