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Not Just Another Egg Farm
It supplies these ‘pasteurised’ eggs to major supermarkets, grocery outlets, and even popular restaurants such as the PepperLunch, KFC ,and Keisuke group of restaurants.
N&N operates an eco-friendly farm that minimises wastage and emphasises food safety. More than S$12 million were invested to create a shell -egg pasteurisation facility, which uses the multi-patented Safest Choice® precision-pasteurisation process developed by National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc. in the USA.
Using this facility, N&N produces a wide range of pasteurised egg products such as Japanese ramen eggs and poached eggs.
N&N Agriculture let us in on a tip: pasteurised eggs are ideal for recipes that feature raw or undercooked eggs. Plus, they are especially beneficial for pregnant ladies and consumers who are more susceptible to bacterial infection, including young children and senior citizens.
Producing such a wide range of egg products will not be possible without technology. Automation and technology are utilised in various aspects of N&N Agriculture’s operations.
From computerised feed mixing to mechanised weight grading and packing, almost everything is done by machine.
Technology is also deployed to facilitate sustainable eco-friendly farming. For example, N&N recycles its chicken waste through anaerobic digestion to produce electricity, which powers some of the farm’s operations. Talk about being green!
N&N Agriculture currently produces about 128 million fresh eggs annually and plans to double its production capacity over the next 5 years.
And how they will be achieving their goals? More technology adoption, R&D and enlarging their product offerings for local and overseas consumers.
N&N will also be rolling out its solar-based energy system, which will reduce energy costs and enable the farm to be more eco-friendly.
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 14, 2020