Asian aquaculture veteran joins multi-billion trader Louis Dreyfus to head up investment team | Intrafish
The company has links to the aqaculture sector through its partnership with Barramundi Asia, as well as a Chinese feed mill joint venture.
Investors’ next high-yield bets should be on ocean sustainability, researchers say
As the world grapples with climate change and an economic downturn, new research from the World Resources Institute suggests that sustainable ocean-based investments will yield benefits at least five times greater than the costs.
Making a splash: Barramundi Asia to complete Brunei sea bass nursery by year end
Singapore-based aquaculture firm Barramundi Asia is planning to complete its land-based and coastal nursery in Brunei by the end of the year, as the company works towards its goal of achieving 50,000 tonnes across its farms by 2030.
How Singapore plans to survive world’s impending food crisis
One of the most densely populated countries on the planet, Singapore’s 5.7 million people rely on other nations for almost everything they eat.
Mowi, Barramundi Asia aquaculture veteran retires from the industry | Intrafish
The exec is leaving just as the producer sets out on a project to build a new Brunei farm.
Singapore eyes southern aquaculture expansion
The government of Singapore is looking into the possibility of farming more fish in the country’s southern waters as it aims to become more self-sufficient in food production.
Expanding aquaculture to southern waters
The fish-rearing capacity of the narrow body of water to Singapore’s north, where almost all the nation’s offshore fish farms are located, could soon reach maximum production levels as the country scales up local food production.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
As some fish farms in Johor Strait near maximum production levels, authorities eye southern expansion
The fish-rearing capacity of the narrow body of water to Singapore’s north, where almost all the nation’s off-shore fish farms are located, could soon reach maximum production levels as the country scales up local food production.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Coronavirus: Singapore made plans to ensure food security years ago, says DPM Heng
Singapore currently imports more than 90 per cent of its food. Talks are ongoing with various countries to ensure that supply chains remain open, he said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Grow local: Greater urgency to produce 30% of Singapore’s nutritional needs locally by 2030
With global panic buying, some countries moving towards food protectionism and more nations going into lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, food security has been thrust into the spotlight.. Read more at straitstimes.com.