20 June 16 | The Straits Times by CHANG MAY CHOON
SEOUL • They may be a rarity in South Korea, but some Singapore food brands have managed to find success in the land of kimchi.
Bee Cheng Hiang, for one, entered the Korean market in 2010 and now runs 17 bak kwa outlets all over the country. Their bak kwa is manufactured locally.
Ya Kun operates eight outlets here selling Singapore coffee, tea and the popular kaya toast, which is also offered at...
17 June 16 | The Straits Times by TIFFANY FUMIKO TAY
All new agricultural land will now be tendered on a 20-year lease instead of a 10-year period, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) said yesterday.
The new lease periods will come into effect when the next batch of agricultural land comes up for tender next year .
AVA decided to go back to the original lease period of 20 years after receiving feedback from farmers that a 10-year tenure,...
01 June 16 | The Straits Times by PANG XUE QIANG
Using a machine that can help bartenders polish wine glasses thrice as quickly, or a wireless ordering system that allows a waiter to place orders and settle bills without walking back and forth to a counter.
These are examples of what companies in Singapore's food service industry can do to be more productive and are listed in a food service sectoral manpower plan launched yesterday by Minister...