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Where does Singapore Source its Food
From neighbouring Thailand and Indonesia to as far away as Argentina and Uruguay, 90 per cent of the food that lands up on our plates is flown in from around the globe...
Farming in Singapore
Fish Farming in Singapore
Singapore's consumption of fish is estimated to be 100,000 tonnes per year of which about 5% is accounted for by local foodfish aquaculture. This is mainly from coastal fish farms.
Choose sustainable seafood. Here is a WWF guide to sustainable seafood and click on the picture to download a guide you can use.