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Strawberries take Singapore towards self-sustainability

Sustenir uses Controlled Environment Agriculture methods to grow non-native produce commercially

Strawberries (above) are grown locally using Controlled Environment Agriculture methods.

Benjamin Swan (above, left), co-founder and CEO of Sustenir Agriculture, briefing Koh Poh Koon (above, right), Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry, on the method used to cultivate Singapore's first locally grown strawberries.


SUSTENIR Agriculture's launch of the first commercialised locally grown strawberries in Cold Storage One North takes Singapore a step closer towards self-sustainability.

Through the use of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) methods,...

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