To commemorate its launch in Singapore, health product brand Go Pure held an all-day event in partnership with community food project and kitchen initiative Open Farm Community (OFC) at Dempsy Hill. Along with an all-day honey sampling activities, the event also featured an exclusive sunset yoga sessions with Jessica Sinclair, Singapore's leading yogini, allowing guests to take in the natural surroundings, while learning more about the health benefits of honey. Known for its medicinal purposes and antibacterial properties, Go Pure brings a line of honeys and supplements to consumers here, providing effortless, nutritious means of maintaining a healthful life.
The new line of 500ml Go Pure Linden Honey is priced at S$25 (Natural) and S$35 (Organic), the 500ml Go Pure Acacia Honey is priced at S$30 (Natural) and S$45 (Organic), while the GO Pure Pure Propolis Supplements range from S$115 to S$132. Available at Go Pure Retail Outlet and www.gopure.sg.