Who We Are

SoFresh Offshore Supply has been serving clients since 2005. We are a supplier of quality food products and consumables specially tailored to the Cruise Ship, Oil and Gas Exploration, Mining, and Onshore/Offshore Catering industries.

Our Motto

“Sell like you would like to be sold to; Talk like you would like to be spoken to; Deal like you would like to be dealt with; Create for others what you would like created for you”.

Why Clients Choose Us

The relationship we have with our clients is carefully built over many years of serving them, and is based on our dependability and the top quality of food products and consumable goods that we deliver to them each time, every time.

Haccp Certified

 

HACCP Certified

We take pride in being HACCP certified because we recognise the importance of food safety
and ensuring all provisions we supply are safe for human consumption.

Blog Posts:

STARFRUIT – PRINTABLE ART AND VITAMIN C ALL-STAR

I remember as a kid in primary school, we had art lessons using cut vegetables and fruits dipped in paint to make colourful prints. Art lessons in schools these days may be more high-tech, but back in the day we worked more with our hands and with common everyday things we had at home that we were told to bring to class. And it was lots of fun. In particular, I remember using cross-sections of starfruit to make star-shaped prints. I also remember thinking what a shame it was that after art class the teacher wouldn’t allow us to eat those nice colourful pieces of starfruit.   Such a shame really, because ripe starfruit is sweet, juicy, refreshing, and would have been a perfect treat on those hot school days when the classroom fans sometimes didn’t work. This versatile fruit can be easily sliced and eaten, juiced, or cut into small pieces and tossed with salads. Unripe tart-tasting starfruit can be cooked with meat, poultry and seafood dishes. Apart from an added zing in taste, visually such dishes are notched up a level of delight and appeal when served: dinner guests literally see stars!   More than being just delicious, starfruit is loaded with vitamin C – a single fruit can provide 76%DV (ie. daily value) of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps our bodies fight off cancer-causing free radicals, as well as boost our immune system against flu, colds, and infections. Studies have shown that diets rich in vitamin C reduce the chances of falling ill to these common maladies by as much as...

THE FRUIT OF THE ANGELS

It’s said that Christopher Columbus called papaya the “fruit of the angels”. Well that’s not too hard to believe. The massive amount of vitamin C in a single papaya fruit could imaginably lead to one having an acute case of longevity. And everyone knows that angels are immortal (or at least they last a darn long time!). So it looks like clever old Chris put two and two together, easey-peasey lemon-squeezie!   Here’s the simple math: each gramme of papaya provides roughly 1%DV (ie. daily value, the amount of that nutrient we need each day) of vitamin C, so if you were to eat a medium sized papaya weighing 300-grammes, you would have also imbibed about 300%DV of vitamin C. No worries about over-dosing, because our bodies don’t store vitamin C. What is not used that day is passed out of our system, and each new day we need to consume enough of it through the food we eat, mainly vegetables and fruits.   What’s vitamin C good for? Short of immortality, nearly everything else! Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that protects us against cancer-causing free radicals, boosts our immune system, and is a great infection-fighter to ward off the flu, cold and other common maladies. Our bodies also need vitamin C for the natural production of collagen which is important for healthy joints and skin (you can’t ingest collagen supplements to boost collagen levels because our bodies won’t absorb it and it’ll just be passed out as expensive waste).   Besides vitamin C, papaya is an excellent source of vitamin A, folic acid, potassium and dietary fibre....

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