Our abalones are grown and taken care of through a meticulous daily process
As food supply chains become longer and more complex, transparency and food origin have become key concerns. Food safety standards may be generally high in Singapore, but there are still potential problem areas in the farm-to-fork supply chain.
At Oceanus, we ensure food safety from the very beginning, in the nurturing and rearing of seafood, to safe handling and overall food supply safety downstream. This can only be achieved through our thorough working relationship with industry players, supply chain stakeholders, and our own farmers.
One of the biggest changes in the global food security landscape has been the dependency on trade for countries to secure their food supplies. Singapore imports more than 90% of its food, making it crucial that we recognise our vulnerability to sudden disruptions to food supply caused by climate change and other forms of crises.
Our aqua-tech helps to improve sustainable farming and increase spawning yield. Additionally, we deploy methods to reduce seafood mortality, and keep various forms of risk at bay.
Our business model is now geared towards creating a competitive advantage and moving from science and evidence-based farming techniques for hatchery, to processing, distribution, and consultancy services.
Oceanus Oceanic Institute (OOI) was established as the group’s R&D arm in pursuit of sustainable aquaculture technologies, from enhancing yield to quality of assets. We endeavour to shape the future of aquaculture with a strong focus on food security through sustainable R&D and research-based farming.
A favourable climate is instrumental to the survival of our business. As such, we are dedicated to mitigating any adversity caused by climate change by constantly innovating and increasing efficiency in our hatchery processes, thus building a robust foundation.