Planting, Packaging and Exporting More Than 30 Types of Fruit & Vegetables to Various Countries

Pek Ong and Sons Nurseries Sdn Bhd (141659-V), a well-established fruit and vegetable supplier in Cameron Highlands, Pahang, has won a good reputation with fresh supply of fruit and vegetables over the years.

Our farm, more than 300 acres, employs traditional soil planting, drip irrigation technology and hydroponic cultivation to produce and supply more than 30 types of fresh fruit and vegetables every day. There is a hygienic processing and packaging factory that occupies 1 acre of land.

Our company does everything from A to Z, from planting to packaging for sales. With years of strong marketing initiative, we have managed to cover the whole of Malaysia and air or sea freight our produce to Dubai, Qatar, Doha, Kuwait, Thailand, Singapore etc.

We take pride in the freshness, safety and hygiene of our fruit & vegetables

Taking great responsibility in consumer health, we are very particular about freshness and safety.

Create your own brand of fruit & vegetables

Fresh farm produce

All sorts of fruit & vegetables that are sweet and delicious

Elegant packaging

With your very own label stickers

Daily delivery

Fresh farm produce on supermarket shelves

Professional Certifications

Full Compliance to Various Certification Systems for Fresh and Healthy Fruit & Vegetables

Targeting for long-term supply of fresh fruit and vegetables, our farm and packaging factory have taken all the necessary measures to ensure full compliance with various international certification bodies, including ISO 22000: 2005 (Food safety management), HACCP (Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point System), MyGAP (Good Agriculture Practice by the Ministry of Agriculture Malaysia) as well as GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice).

We wholeheartedly embrace all the above certifications for food safety and good operation practice to provide long-term quality assurance for our produce, and to rise to international calling for quality and safety upgrade on the global food chain. End result—healthier and safer food for end consumers.