Malaysians eat a whole lot of rice. Rice is a ubiquitous staple food for the majority of Malaysians, rarely can we go for a day without eating rice. But how much do we know about the journey of rice from farm to table?
Enabling food security for vulnerable communities in Malaysia via a regenerative farming model - a mini food forest. We designed an approachable methodology that's natural, low cost and low tech for impact. Growing food does not require complexity.
As we start the new year, we would like to thank each and every one of you for your continued support in the past 5 years. The past 1 year has been extremely tough as the world had to come to terms with the COVID-19 pandemic. Like all businesses, we
Foodprints is LANGIT's first fully traceable Malaysian heirloom rice in the market! The consumers’ experience is now extended beyond the product. You can easily trace the origin of their rice and see the impact you create with every purchase.
Every December to January, the fields of Long Semadoh in Sarawak turns into a blanket of gold. It's also the time where Langit play hosts to travellers seeking a different kind of experience. We had a pretty interesting mix of ‘harvesters’
Explore the uniqueness of the Malaysian heirloom rice varieties by Langit and how they may be the best Malaysian rice for you. How do you decide which rice is best for you? Is it for your cooking style, health preference or the taste that you like?
There are 4 black pepper varieties that are being grown in Sarawak. They are Lada Kuching, Lada India, Lada Semongok Emas, Lada Semongok Aman. Each variety boast a different taste profile, aroma and heat. Our black pepper of choice is Lada Kuching v
How many Malaysian rice varieties do you know? What is heirloom rice? Why is traditional rice farming different from conventional farming? Find out more of these fun facts through this episode on BFM’s Breaking Bread : Heirloom Rice Episode, where B
The farm to table movement has become a much-embraced concept in the culinary world. These days, sourcing fresh and high quality ingredients that are grown sustainably from a local farm and turned into beautiful dishes through a chef’s talents are r
We spent a week in the villages of Long Semadoh Valley in March to meet with Langit’s network of farmers to collect data on farming practices, review last season’s harvest and share feedback on the last batch of rice we procured. As our operations s
Pepper is a widely grown cash crop, especially in the southern and central divisions of Sarawak. Meet Silan, a young and industrious Bidayuh man who started growing pepper at a young age of 19, following in the footsteps of his father. The twist to