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Sizzler to use more royal project food products

Sizzler Restaurants is offering 2,000 quality rainbow trout from the Royal Project Foundation over the Father's Day weekend ending today.

Nongchanok Stananonth, SLRT's group managing director of Sizzler, said last week that Sizzler would like to use more food products from the Royal Project Foundation due to their good quality. It is also a way to help farmers.

Rainbow trout is one of the best products from the Royal Project Foundation, established by His Majesty the King, she said.

The fish is grilled and served with three-colour fusili made from spinach, carrot and wheat. It's also topped with a cream sauce. Grilled mushrooms are also added as a side dish. This menu is available at Sizzler branches all over the country. Sizzler started using products from the royal project last year. The branch in Chiang Mai is using vegetables that are 100 per cent from the royal project, because it is located near to the source. Most of the farm products from the Royal Project Foundation are raised at the royal project in Chiang Mai.

Branches in Bangkok and the provinces are getting almost 90 per cent of their produce from this royal project.

The vegetables from the royal project are certified by GLOBALGAP, a well-known global standard for quality vegetable products.

Sizzler will phase in more of the products from the royal project. It already serves 19 types of vegetables from the royal project. Spinach and Japanese pumpkin are included in the salad bar, she added.

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