Sustenir in the News: June

Sustenir in the News: June

June 2018 was one of the most significant months in Sustenir’s history. At a special event held on June 20, we officially launched Singapore’s first homegrown strawberries and unveiled our first R&D lab, which will allow us to continue to research and develop how we can grow even more impossible foods in impossible places.

Here’s a round up of some of our media coverage in June:

Channel News Asia

“It was once an unthinkable feat – growing non-native temperate produce on Singapore soil. But a local urban farm has managed to do just that – growing strawberries, with the help of technology in a controlled hydroponic environment.”

To watch and read more of Channel News Asia reporter Wendy Wong’s report click here

Straits Times

On the launch day of Sustenir’s Splendid Strawberries – the first strawberries ever to be commercially grown in Singapore – Senior Minister of State Dr. Koh Poh Koon said companies like Sustenir are inspiring policy changes as Singapore moves towards a more sustainable future.

To read ST journalist Lou Dewei’s full story on how companies like Sustenir are starting to impact national policy, click here

Business Times

“Sustenir is committed to ‘growing impossible food in impossible places’ with the aim of steering heavily urbanised communities such as Singapore towards greater self-sufficiency.”

To read the full article, and to find out more about the latest business news in Singapore, click here