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How can our fish be cleaner and fresher you ask?

First Aquaculture 4.0 closed containment system for tropical fish in Singapore. Singapore Aquaculture Technologies (SAT), a pioneer in utilizing closed containment systems for tropical fish, launches its commercial Smart Floating Fish Farm at a ceremony officiated by Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Mr Masagos Zulkifli. Here are the main reasons for our farm’s…

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Keeping fish healthy with the help of smart cameras

When fish fall ill, it would take the sharp eyes of the fish farmer to detect the spread of diseases in his fish stock and nip it in the bud in time. But what if his fish number in the thousands, making it close to impossible to watch over each of them? Source

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Wine & Dine: The Seafood Issue

I like that you can order daily, and the fish are harvested the same day, making them very fresh. We order the grouper, golden snapper, lala (clams) and gong gong (conch)

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This is Singapore’s first AI-enabled fish farm

A short boat ride leads to a floating structure off our north-eastern coast that is quite unlike any kelong we’ve ever set eyes on. Singapore Aquaculture Technologies’ (SAT) smart fish farm – the first of its kind here – has multiple cylindrical tanks and is covered in solar panels. With Siemens as its technology partner,…

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Smart fish farm to table

A S$4 million smart fish farm, which is expected to produce about 350 tonnes of fish annually, was officially launched on Monday (Feb 17). The floating farm uses artificial intelligence and video analytics to monitor fish and detect early signs of disease.

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Biodynamic, Demeter, Certified, Natural or just plain Organic Wine? Difference?

Organic Wine Online What’s the difference and how do these classifications ensure or minimize the nasties we are drinking? Check below for the chart  The certifications vary slightly from country to country however, they have the same key objectives. Wineries must refrain from using artificial inputs, including synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides. Another distinct regulation is…

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Vegetable Sashimi from Spain 100% Organic: No Chemicals & Pesticides

  Vegetable Sashimi Is it possible for vegetables to be so perfect that you want to eat them raw? Our selection of delectable seasonal vegetables from Spain make that exception. They are freshly harvested from 100% EU Organic and Swiss BioCertified lush pastures in Southern part of Spain, free from pesticides. Pick the veggies with the…

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Low Carb vs Keto

Many people talk about Keto. What is the difference between Low Carb and Keto? A ketogenic diet, or keto for short, is a diet that is so low in carbohydrates that ketones are produced in the liver. Ketones are actually a by-product of burning fat. If too many carbohydrates are consumed, the body has no…

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Christmas Sausages with Our Chipolatas

To Prepare: Cut each strip of bacon in half and stretch them with a knife; run the back of a knife along the length of each strip of bacon to flatten and stretch them slightly – this stops them shrinking during cooking. Wrap one-half strip of bacon around each sausage (chipolatas), making sure that the…

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Biodynamic Butter and Farming

In common with other forms of organic agriculture, biodynamic agriculture uses management practices that are intended to “restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony. Central features include crop diversification, the avoidance of chemical soil treatments and off-farm inputs generally, decentralized production and distribution, and the consideration of celestial and terrestrial influences on biological organisms.* If a farm…

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Scallops promote Cardiovascular Health

How is this possible? Were we not led to believe that shellfish have high cholesterol content causing heart disease? New studies show that high cholesterol foods are super healthy and do exactly the opposite.* Most of the cholesterol in your blood is produced by your liver. When you eat foods high in cholesterol, your liver…

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Blackstrap Molasses

          A sweetener that is good for your health! Blackstrap Molasses Blackstrap Molasses is a low Glycemic Index (GI) food. This means the glucose and carbohydrates are metabolized slowly, demanding less insulin production and stabilizing blood sugar. Where does blackstrap molasses come from? Blackstrap molasses is the final by-product of the process…

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Sonia Osborne – Nutrionist

  For consultation on Holistic nutrition, nutrition psychology, weight loss and obesity, kindly click here for Sonia’s Osbone Nutrionist details and website. Are you drinking too much coffee? Trying to keep off the excess weight and feeling wired? Singapore, home-based nutritionist Sonia Osborn offers this advice, “Your favourite elixir may not be your ally? Yes, even…

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Spot Prawns Wild from Alaska

How to prepare the Spot Prawns for cooking as recommended by Kevin Gantner, co-owner of the Alaskan Guys: Thaw the prawns –It is easier to shell the prawns when they are not completely thawed.  As their meat is delicate, they may shred a bit if they are stuck to the inside of the shell.  By…

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Sourdough Bread – High Nutritional Value

Is this truly the case?  Lets look at the details. Sourdough is a leavened bread as a result of gas being produced as the grain ferments. This was the customary baking process to have originated in ancient Egypt around 1,500 BC. Today, baker’s yeast is commonly used. Sourdough’s nutrition profile resembles that of most other…

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Diced and Stir-Fried Blackwood Valley Farm Organic

Blackwood valley farm is located in the fertile pastures of the undulating valley in the South West of W.A. The farm’s cattle are free roaming and exclusively grass fed. The farm is managed holistically employing planned grazing methods which promotes ground cover year round, encouraging environmental sustainability. The farm is also certified organic by Australian…

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Eating for Energy

Kindly RSVP below in the comment section with your name and number and we will reply with a confirmation. Equally essential to healthy produce is maintaining good habits. Allow me to introduce to you certified health coaches, Aamena and Huma, for an energy workshop to explore an unique perspective on how to boost your energy…

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Double Protein Power – Milk and Eggs

Double Protein Power – MILK DOES A MUSCLE GOOD -Cow milk can easily rank among the top muscle-building foods. This is based not only on the density and types of protein they deliver, but also the other muscle-supporting nutrients they contain. Vitamin B12: This essential vitamin is only found in foods of animal origin, and milk…

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Epic Water Filter

Are you worried about drinking tap water at home and ingesting harmful chemicals and pollutants.  Are you unsure from which water filter company to choose that can also retain the beneficial existing minerals in water. Are you worried about the fluoride levels in the water. If so, we might have the solution for you. The EPIC…

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Aerospring Garden

  This Christmas, we are pleased to offer you and your loved ones a unique gift idea, exclusively developed and made in Singapore. A revolutionary aeroponic gardening system for your home and a Gift that Keeps on Giving – The Aerospring Garden. If you have ever wanted to have your own edible garden, growing fresh herbs, leafy…

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Create your Own Hamper This Festive Season

Enjoy giving a hamper of natural, organic, produce to your choosing during this Festive Season. Add the items to your liking into the basket and we will do the rest. Basket, ribbons, seasonal décor, and your personal note can be added to give your hamper that festive touch. Its as simple as ordering and including…

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Certified Friends of the Sea

We are proud to announce that our Straits Barramundi and Snapper are now offered at some of the top restaurants in Singapore 2016 as listed below. We take sustainability seriously and so do our partner restaurants. All our Straits fish are Friends of the Sea certified which entails following a strict set of international guidelines….

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100 % Grass-Fed Angus New Zealand Beef Tenderloin

100 % Grass-Fed Angus New Zealand Beef Tenderloin What is the difference between Grass-fed beef and organically certified beef? The main differences are the type of feed, environment and stress levels to which the cattle are exposed. Take note that organic certified beef, depending on the country, have differences in how they regulate the feed…

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Wild Caught Halibut and Cod from Alaska

Enjoy our Wild Caught Halibut and Cod from Alaska. More white fish to compliment our locally grown hormone and antibiotic free sustainably farmed Barramundi and Red Snapper. Why is Halibut now more expensive than tenderloin? We are facing a shortage of Halibut in our oceans and the US government has decreased the quota numbers in…

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