Panasonic Wants Singaporeans To Have Its Veggies
A unit of the electronics conglomerate last week started selling to a chain of Japanese restaurants in
"We foresee agriculture to be a potential growth portfolio, given the global shortage of arable land, climate change and increasing demand for quality food as well as stable food supply," Hideki Baba, managing director of Panasonic Factory Solutions Asia Pacific, said.
The facility, which presently has a small production capacity of 3.6 tonnes annually, produces 10 types of vegetables.
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