ZERO RUNOFF, MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY.
With our soil-less culture technology, plants are evenly nourished by solely utilizing the physical properties of water. Built with advanced environment-friendly facilities, our greenhouses are equipped with technology that can control and monitor each plant’s nutrient intake with optimum accuracy. The design of the hydroponic farming systems allows recirculation, ensuring lesser water consumption than traditional agriculture.
Cultivate fresher, healthier and wealthier produce while preserving natural resources by investing in the science of hydroponics.
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY, PRIMARY RESOURCE.
Our algae farms will yield large quantities of algae oil and biomass, which can be turned into renewable components. Algae are plants with a single cell that consumes Greenhouse Gases (CO2) and manufactures lipids or oils – a promising ingredient in creating substitutes for bio-diesel fuel and organic fertilizers.
Not only limiting gaseous hazards, algae farming systems also show potential for revenue growth if elevated to the commercial market.
MUTUAL ECOSYSTEMS, EFFECTIVE YIELDS.
Aquaponics is a system that fuses traditional aquaculture with hydroponics. Our dynamic facilities will ensure eco-friendly culture of aquatic animals amidst freshwater crop cultivation. In this process, water is recirculated from the aquaculture system, containing rich by-products and nutrients, to the hydroponic plants. With this combined technology, fishes or other water-based animals can be grown along with hydroponic plants in a controlled environment.
Harvest prime quantity of vegetables and fish protein as the use of the energy and nutrients in the system is maximized.
CLEAN GREENS, HANDY BITES.
One of the most gratifying conveniences enjoyed today by the food consumer is a bag of fresh salads. Washed, mixed and nicely packaged, these products eliminate the annoyance of salad preparation while preserving its newly-picked scent, texture and flavors.
Grace your dining tables with nutritious fruits and vegetables created only through safe, hygienic and ethical manufacturing procedures by Pegasus Food Futures.
KITCHEN READY, GARDEN FRESH.
The flavors of succulently natural canned tomatoes bank on the quality of the tomatoes used. Whether it’s made from whole or ground red tomato meat, they come in several different forms. Traditional forms are whole peeled tomatoes, packed in juice or purée, and ground tomatoes, sometimes referred to as “kitchen-ready.” Ground tomatoes are not to be confused with purée, which is similar but more cooked.
Taste tests made by Pegasus Food Futures reveal that whole tomatoes packed into juice are perceived to be more fresh-tasting compared to those packed in puree.
FAST MOVING CONSUMER GOODS
HEALTHY PRODUCTS, INNOVATIVE APPROACH.
Our role is to make sure we give the consumer products that are safe and healthy, while also developing a relationship with them, building trust and loyalty. While FMCG are products that are sold quickly and at a relatively low cost, innovation is a consistent process in this industry, inspiring Pegasus Food Futures to continuously develop new packaging ideas, marketing, advertising and communications aimed at our consumers.
FARMLAND FRIENDS, QUICK TURN OVER.
Feedstock is used specifically to nourish domesticated livestock such as cattle, goats, sheep, horses, chickens and pigs. Measured and accurate, the nutrients from the cut plants and fodder are richer than those they forage for themselves in pasture and grazing land. A wide range of animal feeds include hay, straw, silage, compressed and pelleted feeds, oils and mixed rations, and also sprouted grains and legumes.
Our fodder system is focused on a hydroponically grown, quick turn over, and cost effective system.
ETHICAL PRACTICE, AGRICULTURAL WELFARE.
Livestock is the science of raising domesticated animals in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as fiber labor and often for food. The breeding, maintenance, and slaughter of these animals, known as animal husbandry, is a component of modern agriculture that has been practiced in many cultures since humanity’s transition to farming from hunter-gatherer lifestyles.
In recent years, a few organizations have also raised livestock to conserve and protect the survival of rare breeds.