Will K-Smart Farm be exported to Singapore? Bilateral cooperation meeting held

Published May 24, 2024

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The Rural Development Administration met with the Singapore Food Agency to discuss exporting smart agriculture technology to help Singapore achieve its goal of 30% food self-sufficiency by 2030. The meeting highlighted various Korean technologies such as ICT-based poultry smart farms, heat-resistant paprika seeds, automated robots, and CA storage technology. SFA officials showed strong interest, and the visit included tours of smart farm sites in Korea. The Rural Development Administration stressed the importance of customized export strategies to boost Korean smart agricultural exports.
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The Rural Development Administration announced on the 23rd that it held a meeting with a visiting group from the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) at its headquarters in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do on the 22nd to discuss technology export in the field of smart agriculture. SFA is a Singapore government agency established for food safety and food security. Singapore relies on imports for about 90% of its food due to its small land area and hot and humid climate of over 30℃ throughout the year. In terms of food security, improving food self-sufficiency is considered a very important policy task. The goal is to achieve 30% food self-sufficiency by 2030. In particular, we are interested in smart farm technology that can overcome limited agricultural conditions and are seeking international cooperation. Since early this year, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs has been discussing related cooperation measures with the Singapore government, and SFA officials are visiting Korea to ...
Source: Nongmin
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