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  • 27
    Dec

    Agrotech gives scope for food security

    The Straits Times

    Demand for everyday necessities, not least eggs and fish, surges naturally during festive seasons. The season straddling the proximate occurrence of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year occupies a particularly important part of the festive calendar… More

  • 21
    Dec

    KL moves timely reminder of the importance of food security for S'pore

    The Business Times

    MALAYSIA'S upcoming ban on fish and shrimp exports and its potential curb on egg exports are timely reminders of the importance of food security, even as Singapore's efforts in this area intensify. Earlier this month, a fall in supply boosted egg prices… More

  • 20
    Dec

    AVA: S'pore well prepared for Malaysian seafood export curbs

    The Straits Times by FABIAN KOH

    The fishing industry and the authorities have played down fears of seafood shortages, saying Singapore is "well-prepared" for Malaysia's temporary restrictions on exports of certain varieties of wild-caught fish and shrimp. The Malaysian government… More

  • 04
    Dec

    S'pore may allow import of roast meat from Hong Kong

    The Straits Times by CLAIRE HUANG

    Singaporeans who hunger for Hong Kong's roast meat, especially its famed roast goose, may soon have their fill of it without having to visit the territory. The Singapore Government is considering easing the import rules on cooked meat products, said… More

  • 30
    Nov

    Trendlines eyes agritech startups in Singapore

    The Business Times by CLAUDIA CHONG

    Singapore AFTER making headway into the agritech scene in Israel, having amassed 21 companies in its portfolio, Catalist-listed startup incubator Trendlines is now shifting its focus to Singapore, said its chief executive officer Steve Rhodes. The company… More

  • 26
    Nov

    Singaporean of the Year: Urban farmer Bjorn Low's food gardens help nurture communities

    The Straits Times by JANICE TAI

    When he attended agricultural school in Britain in 2011, Mr Bjorn Low and his classmates were asked to slaughter 200 turkeys for the Christmas season. Mr Low diligently followed instructions - electrocuting the turkeys, slitting their throats and plucking… More

  • 21
    Nov

    Keeping farm produce safe from pests and diseases

    The Straits Times by MAETINI SOON, NG MEI WEI, ZHAO JIAQI, ZHOU SIJIA

    The business of bringing food from farm to table has gone global, and home-grown Asiatic Agricultural Industries is doing its part. The local manufacturer of crop protection and public health chemicals has a mission to aid food security and safeguard… More

  • 21
    Nov

    New plan launched to help food businesses go digital

    The Business Times

    Singapore IF OLD Street Bak Kut Teh's experience is any indication, going digital can pay off handsomely for a small and medium-sized food business. The chain of 15 stores selling pork rib soup introduced digital food ordering and payment systems, starting… More

  • 18
    Oct

    Singapore tops global index for food security

    The Straits Times by FABIAN KOH

    Singapore is top in the world when it comes to ensuring that its citizens have access to safe and nutritious food at affordable prices in the short and long term. However, given that Singapore imports most of its food, climate change could disrupt its… More

  • 16
    Oct

    Rice crops under threat: Lawrence Wong

    The Straits Times

    The world's largest scientific conference on rice opened yesterday at Marina Bay Sands, bringing together 1,500 participants from 40 nations, including scientists, government officials and representatives from organisations such as the United Nations'… More