Local Production: 18,967 tonnes (2008)
Import from: Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, US
Singaporeans prefer locally grown vegetables, because of their freshness and quality. The most popular leafy vegetable here is kalian, unknown to Russian consumers.
Local Production: 337.8 million
(numbers, rounded off)
Import from: Malaysia, New Zealand, Japan, US
Singaporeans eat about one egg a day. The number of eggs produced locally
a day is 900,000.
Local Production: none
Import from: Brazil, Malaysia, Australia, US, Indonesia
Rapidly frozen after slaughter at -30 °C, frozen meat retains quality for six months to a year. Laboratory testing of frozen meat is conducted upon its arrival in Singapore. Consignments that do not conform to AVA's food safety standards are destroyed.
Local Production: 5,141 tonnes (2008)
Import from: Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand
Species such as sea bass, snapper, milkfish, oyster, crab, tilapia are farmed at Singapore's coastal fish farms.
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