An Island of High Dependencies
The city-state population of over 5 million Singaporeans is highly dependent on food imports, accounting for about 90 percent of its total volume. Increasing occurances of global pandemics and animal agriculture disease outbreaks have forced the country to rethink and diverse our source of imports for meat proteins.
A Driven Demand
As a nation with one of the highest GDP per capita with a nation of a relatively high level of disposable income, have driven demand for premium quality food and beverage products. Paired with a diversed range of both Eastern and Western cultures found in Singapore, the demand for a diversed, fresh, sustainable source of food imports on a commercial scale have been steadily on the rise.