Clean and Green (C&G) Urban Farms Standard Certification
SFA collaborated with ESG to develop a sustainability farming standard - Singapore Standard (SS) 661: 2020 Specification for clean and green urban farms — Agriculture . Farms that are certified for adopting this SS 661 or also known as “Clean and Green” (SG C&G) standard can assure consumers that produce from their farms are fresh, free from synthetic pesticides, and grown sustainably with the efficient use of resources without compromising the environment. This standard will help the vegetable farms to adopt smart farming techniques and practices to reduce wastage of resources, incorporate circularity in their resource management, and optimise operational efficiency.
The SS 661: 2020 sets out the criteria that urban vegetable farms have to meet in terms of farm management, and practices to achieve clean and green production system and farm produces. For farms who wish to be C&G-certified, they must first be certified based on the SG GAP standard (SS 675: 2021) and followed by C&G standard (SS 661: 2020).
SFA will be announcing the details of the SG C&G Certification Scheme soon. For more information, please contact us via our online feedback form through the ‘Other Enquiries or Feedback’ category for information.
SG C&G certified farms are awarded with the three-star C&G certification Mark. The Mark indicates that produce is grown in a local farm that additionally adopts both GAP and sustainable practices with the efficient use of resources.
Please contact us via our online feedback form through the ‘Other Enquiries or Feedback’ category for information.