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Today, we only home produce 10% of our food requirements with just 1% of land used by the tiny agri-food sector. In any case of a regional or international crisis, Singapore faces food and water shortages, given we rely on other nations for 90% of what we consume today.

Aligning with Singapore’s Goal

It’s important to build an environmentally responsible farms to enable local production at scale. Nourishing our communities and providing them with job opportunities.

A step closer to Singapore’s food secuirty with sustainable practices

In this tiny red dot, Singapore, the food we have at our local markets mainly comes from overseas. Singapore imports over 90% of the food consumed in the country. Research done by the SFA (SIngapore Food Agency) In 2018 shows our local farms could only produce only a small amount of food that we eat in Singapore:
13% of all the vegetables, 9% of all the fish, 24% of all the eggs..

9% Fish




13% Vegetable





24% Eggs




As Singapore relies so heavily on food supplied from overseas means that we face unique challenges in ensuring a steady supply of food for the population of Singapore, especially given our great love of food. abyFarms aims to help fight this issue – by joining Singapore’s ‘30 by 30’ food secuirty goal.

Creating diverse opportunities for everyone.

For Singapore to increase food production by threefold in a city-state will require large scale innovation. Singapore must be ready to groom its next generation of farmers who can drive the development of its agricultural industry – to achievie increased food self-sufficiency rests on grooming innovative agri-talent

Grooming the next generation of farmers

The growth of urban farming will increase the need of fellow community coming onboard, thus creating jobs that directly benefit the city itself.

The Progressive Wage Model (PWM) helps to increase wages of workers through upgrading skills and improving productivity – upskill themseleves for lower paying jobs.

With career conversion programmes under the Adapt and Grow and the TechSkills Accelerator initiatives by the SGUnited Jobs Initiative, this has made scaling up job opportunities for the agriculture industry more friendly to new comers.

A part to play for Singapore’s 30-30 vision

Singapore vision to enhance food security, developing the capability and capacity of the agri-food industry to produce 30% of nutritional needs locally.

In the world of ever-changing technology, it is important to safeguard our future generations who are the leaders of tomorrow. Educating world-changing benefits of urban farming and locally grown crops.

Why choose to get your produce from local farms?

Fresh produce that are grown in Singapore have to meet strict farming standards set by the government. Locally-farmed produce are fresher, more nutritious and safe. It is also more sustainable as it reduces your impact on the environment, and supports our food security and economy. Read on and learn more about what are the benefits for shopping for your daily produce locally.

Locally grown food is full of flavor

Compared with imported produce, local produce are fresher and more nutritious. The produce arrive at local retail outlets more quickly, retaining a higher levels of freshness and nutrients.

Local food benefits the environment

By purchasing locally grown foods reduces carbon foot-print and helps maintain a green and open space in your community.

Local food has more nutrients

Local food has a shorter time between harvest and your table, and it is less likely that the nutrient value has decreased.

Local foods promote a safer food supply.

Reducing the steps between you and your food source dimish the chances of food contamination. Food grown in distant locations has the potential for food safety issues at harvesting, washing, shipping and distribution.

Let’s work towards becoming a more self-sufficient nation and support our local farmers.