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The robotic arm can lift 24 egg trays, reducing the burden on employees

Chew's Agriculture has 200 employees, 70 of whom are over 55 years old, including Zhuo Qiliang (60 years old) who has served for 35 years. "With the robotic arm, I feel much more relaxed. I no longer have to bend down to carry the pallet, and I don't have to worry about the eggs being broken when manually carrying them."
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Receiving the Golden Bull Award

Congratulations to Chew's Agriculture Pte Ltd, the winner of 2023 Golden Bull Award (Singapore)!


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Population-Dense Singapore Achieves Egg Self-Sufficiency With Technology Advancements

Singapore, which is only 2.6 times the size of Taipei City, relies heavily on food imports. However, the government recognises the importance of food security. Today, domestically produced eggs account for 30 per cent of the nation's needs, and they can even be exported to Taiwan to help address egg shortages.

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How A Farm Is Cracking The Issue Of Singapore's Food Security By Laying Plans For A Million Eggs A Day

On a single farm spanning an area the size of 50 football fields in rural Neo Tiew, conveyor belts do the job that human hands might once have in feeding and rearing chickens.

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Feeding The Nation Sustainably

Singapore has set a target of producing 30 percent of the island nation’s nutritional needs by the year 2030, and Chew’s aspires to play a contributing part in this endeavour.  The company has scaled up its daily production to 800,000 eggs and has plans to increase its production further to reach a target of one million eggs daily in future.

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Humane Hen Farming For The Future

With its recent certification from American non-profit organisation, Humane Farm Animal Care — and plans to construct a new farm with larger state-of-the-art cage-free facilities — Chew’s Agriculture is certainly hatching exciting new plans for the future.


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The First Certified Humane Egg Producer In Singapore

30 years later, Chew’s Agriculture Pte Ltd remains a family-owned and family-operated business and joined the Certified Humane® program to meet a growing consumer demand for products labeled with verifiable animal welfare claims.


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Egging Towards An "EGG-ficient" & "EGG-silient" Future

Eggs are one of the basic and most nutritionally complete food. Whether imported or locally produced, the availability of eggs to a country contributes to its resilience.



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High-Fashion Farming: Edvin Lim

A staunch supporter of environmentally friendly farming methods, he took over the management of Chew’s Agriculture, a humble chicken farm established in 1987, with one intention: transformation. “Even though 2020 was challenging for most, we managed to set up a brand-new, high-tech farm in Singapore,” he says.


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"Happy Hens" At This Luxury Chicken House

Chew's Agriculture is the only farm in the region with a cage-free system. Chew's has more than 20 chicken houses, two of which use a cage-free system, each raising 22,000 laying hens.
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Feeding A City – What It Takes To Keep 5 Million Fed: Inside Singapore's Race To Food Security

Singapore has over 220 farms that produce some 10% of its food supply. Behind the scenes, farmers, entrepreneurs and scientists are working against the odds to produce not just more kinds of food, but better and more nutritious options.

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Made in Singapore: Rearing Hens With A Human Touch

24 hours is all it takes for Chew’s eggs to complete its journey from farm to shelf. Learn more about one of Singapore’s largest egg farms from the keepers themselves, and discover the not-so-secret lives of the hens that reside there!


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FairPrice Smart Cooks: Japanese Omurice & Creme Brulee

Chef Melvyn Lee whips up Japanese Omurice and Creme Brulee using Chew's Fresh Eggs and Omega 3 Eggs.



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CNA Insider – From Food Production To Blended Learning: How COVID-19 Has Changed Singapore

In Singapore, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how some things are done and sped up changes in other sectors. Be it education or hospitality, migrant housing or food security, what is the new normal we can expect?

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The First Farm to Receive a Subsidy Fund From The NTUC CTC Grant

Chew's Agriculture, which has always attached great importance to the use of agricultural technology to improve productivity, introduced automated system equipment from the Netherlands last year and received up to 70% funding from the NTUC CTC Grant, which has doubled the efficiency of egg grading and packaging.
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A Company Training Committee Success Story

Through the Operation & Technology Roadmap workshops, Chew’s Agriculture managed to identify strategies that can fulfil their objectives. Some of the strategies include working with NTUC to source suitable vendors to build a processing line for ready-to-eat product ranges, expanding their footprint, establishing more prominent branding for their cage-free eggs and going into sustainable farming.


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SME Excellence Business Award And Top Business Service And Quality Award 2023/2024

Chew’s Agriculture’s success story is a testament to the significant impact that can be achieved through a combination of strategic vision, ethical practices, and a relentless pursuit of customer satisfaction. 

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How Singapore's Chew's Agriculture Is On Track To Produce 1 Million Eggs A Day

Chew’s Agriculture, a farm in Lim Chu Kang spanning an area the size of 50 football fields, currently produces 800,000 or almost half of Singapore’s locally farmed eggs per day. It aims to increase production to one million eggs a day in the second half of 2023.

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Securing A City's Food Future

A case study: How Singapore’s leading egg producer uses EcoStruxure™ to boost operational resilience and improve business efficiency.


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"When You Face A Challenge, Tackle It Head On"

More than just a masterful leader, Chee Nam is an innovator in his own right, having designed a 4-tier chicken house system that helped produce over 300,000 eggs a day. Under his steadfast leadership, Chew's Agriculture has weathered the many shifts and evolutions of the farming industry, while always keeping an eye to the future. 

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Meeting The Government's Call To Strengthen Singapore's Food Security

Today, Chew’s Agriculture is producing 700,000 eggs per day, and is yet another example of how local farms are embracing new farming methods and advanced technologies to help Singapore achieve its “30 by 30” food security goal.


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Chew's Rides On Growing Demand For Cage-Free Eggs

For Chew's, free-range does not mean turning to backyard farming but investing in automation to keep layers in conditions that meet animal welfare standards. 


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Chew’s Agriculture signs Singapore’s first SME sustainability-linked loan with DBS

DBS today announced that Chew’s Agriculture, a leading egg producer in Singapore, has signed a 10-year, SGD 27 million sustainability-linked loan with the bank. This marks a milestone for sustainable development in Singapore – it is the nation’s first sustainability-linked loan for an SME.

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New Agri-Food Standards Launched

New agri-food standards have been jointly launched by the Singapore Manufacturing Federation and Standards Development Organisation. They call for a more holistic approach to farm management, from site selection and quality assurance, to ensuring traceable and responsibly farmed produce. 

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Fresh Eggs, Farmed Locally!

Fresh eggs expert Yancy takes you through all the reasons locally laid eggs are simply eggs-quisite.



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Farm to Fork: Easy Egg Briyani - How to Cook with Local Eggs by Chef Devagi and Charlotte Mei

Follow spice queen Devagi Sanmugam and nutritionist Charlotte Mei as they visit Chew's Agriculture's egg farm and cook with local eggs! What's cooking? Egg masala and omelette briyani!

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CNA Green Plan – S1E2: Resilient Future

Sustainable food is on the menu in this episode. Participants learn to grow their own greens and discover the benefits of buying local and diversifying the types of food in their shopping baskets.


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Implementing Higher Standards

Chew's Agriculture is one of the largest and most modern layer farms in Singapore. Their newly developed eco-conscious and climate-controlled poultry houses are capable of improving air quality and reducing risk of disease contamination.


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