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.

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This is one that I’ve resisted writing for a while, and with good reason. There is no middle ground on this – either you love it or hate it. And it’s not something that can be genetically imparted; parents who love it do not guarantee their offspring will too. In fact nowadays, often the children won’t go near it, let alone touch it. But very recently, the king made it’s way, via celebrity hand-delivery no less, to Hollywood!   Actress Jessica Chastain, who plays Sara the Warrior on The Huntsman: Winter’s War, brought a whole durian with her on The Jimmy Kimmel Live! show. She also brought a huge knife, a shorter serrated one, and rubber gloves. Ok, I felt the rubber gloves were over the top, but what’s Hollywood without a touch too much drama, right?   You can watch the by now widely circulated video clip on YouTube. But in short, when Chastain pulls the durian out of the bag, Jimmy Kimmel stares at it like he’s looking at a maliciously spiky weapon, and exclaims “Oh wow, what is that?” Well, he is meeting the king for the first time, afterall. Chastain tells Kimmel it’s durian, the “king of fruit in Asia”, and later she calls it the “blue cheese of fruit”.   She tells Kimmel that she fell in love with durian while in Singapore, and tried to describe the taste to him as “onions and garlic, and avocado and pineapple in a custard”. She shoves a piece of durian in Kimmel’s mouth and to his credit, he doesn’t immediately spit it back out. He actually...


I love being on holiday. Who doesn’t, right? Waking up each morning carefree, just letting what adventures or chilling the day has in store find you, instead of “chasing-after-it” from 9am to whatever-pm. Easy strolling to the breakfast buffet spread to enjoy the first meal of the day. I’m usually not a big eater at breakfast, more a sampler, but I really enjoy those hits of chilled, fresh juice. And of all the juices typically available, my favourite is the sweet nectar of a pink guava. I simply love it: reminds me of holiday breakfast mornings. And it’s even better on a cruise.   Come to think of it, what a great way to start the day with fresh, chilled pink guava juice, wouldn’t you agree? From the moment the sweetness touches your tongue and glides down your throat, it immediately gives you a pick-up. And for me, it’s one of the best chasers for that morning coffee, as well as to wash breakfast down with.   There’s good reason too that guava juice gives such a great pick-up, besides its wonderfully rich sweetness (ie. think energy that becomes in your body) – guava contains eight times more vitamin C than an orange, and up to 30 times more than a watermelon. In guava’s case, less is certainly a lot more!   Vitamin C is a super nutrient. Not only is it essential for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of our bodies, it boosts our immune system against low-level ailments like colds and flus, and acts like a supreme antioxidant protecting us against harmful free...

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