2018: Iceberg lettuce from some Malaysian farms recalled by Singaporean authorities – high levels of pesticide.
2017: Cameron Highlands fruits rejected by China – living modified organism (LMO) detected.
2015: 300 batches of vegetables – mostly leafy greens – and fruits stopped from being sold in Singapore – pesticide residues on samples exceeded allowable levels.
Due to the bad track record of Malaysian agricultural produce, since 2019, it’s become mandatory for Malaysian producers exporting to Singapore to attain the MyFood Tag cert. This cert validates the food safety & traceability of a farming company.
While this audit process is not mandatory for farmers to sell in Malaysia, we take pride in the safety of the way we grow, manage, and distribute our veggies, even locally.
Cultiveat is proud to announce that we are one of the select agricultural farmers in Malaysia certified with MyFood Tag. So you can rest assure that the veggies you consume are safe for you and your family. Our promise is proven: zero pesticides, additives, and harmful chemicals.