Leveraging our proprietary platform, we develop the freshest, best quality produce, such as non-GMO strawberry varieties in red and white aesthetics. More importantly, we focus our efforts on developing technologies that would help overcome ongoing challenges, such as global supply barriers, to meet the demand of the world’s most discerning consumers.


Carefully Bred Proprietary Crop Varieties

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Using techniques such as marker-assisted cross breeding and advanced technology including CRISPR-Cas9, we are able to create our own proprietary crop varieties that are more energy efficient, faster growing and better tasting.

Our current flagship products include: 

  • Crystal strawberry

  • Ruby strawberry

  • Cherry tomato and vegetable varieties are currently in development


A Faster Cultivation Method

Using customized cultivation methods, we are able to control every aspect of our crop development, with minimal air-conditioning and pesticide usage. Our strawberry plants only take 3.5 months from planting to harvesting, compared to over 6 months under natural conditions.

Some of our methods include:

  • precision hydroponics

  • greenhouse hybrid lighting

  • tissue cultures

Hydroponic Racks


Our patented hydroponic racks come with a slew of technology to increase farm efficiency, allowing for higher yields, more precise control and reliable analytics. We are constantly developing our hardware capabilities to meet the needs of our farm and clients.

Some technology our farms use include:

  • AI-assisted automatic harvesting/pollination systems

  • Smart control panels for precise control and data collection

  • Patent hydroponic racks


Key Figures


Our indoor farm can produce 20 times more compared with what a conventional strawberry farm of the same size can achieve.

The controlled environment of the indoor farm has helped reduce the time needed to cultivate the strawberries by around 30 per cent.


Our farm is 40 per cent more energy efficient as compared to conventional strawberry farms.


We plan to establish a larger facility for commercial crop production by early 2022, with a view to expanding overseas, in China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.