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QAF to dispose of its primary production business for indicative purchase price of $110.3 mil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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QAF to dispose of its primary production business for indicative purchase price of $110.3 mil

QAF Limited, the multi-industry food company, has entered into a sale and purchase agreement (SPA) on June 8 to dispose of its primary production business in Australia, following a “competitive sal

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Jumbo opens third Kok Kee noodle stall in Toa Payoh

Jumbo Group has opened a new Kok Kee stall in Singapore, its third within six months.

Jumbo opens new Tsui Wah and Kok Kee Wanton Noodle outlets - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Jumbo opens new Tsui Wah and Kok Kee Wanton Noodle outlets

Jumbo Group has opened its new Tsui Wah outlet and the second Kok Kee stall in Singapore in May.

Investor appetite for alternative meats grow amid concerns of food safety and security - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Investor appetite for alternative meats grows amid concerns of food safety and security

Investors are eyeing plant-based meat brands as Covid-19 spurs consumer interest in health and wellness, and casts a spotlight on food safety and the global food supply chain

F&B sector

Next Gen brings plant-based 'chicken' meat to Singapore; gears up for next funding round

Thanks to the likes of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, the plant-based meat market in Singapore is thriving.

F&B sector

Eat Just brings plant-based eggs to Asia via partnerships

The plant-based food product market is growing at a significantly fast rate, with not only the value of investments into this sector increasing, but also the types of products.

F&B sector

Foodie paradise or hell's kitchen?

F&B eateries and establishments are among the hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

F&B sector

Neo Group to develop multiple income streams; expand along whole supply chain

The Covid-19 pandemic has reaffirmed the commitment by Neo Group to expand its different business segments, develop multiple revenue streams and not to be overly dependent on any o

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Kimly, Koufu stay easy on the pockets and taste buds of Singaporeans

With Singaporeans encouraged to continue to stay away from the office, lunch for the work from home HDB heartlander now means either home-cooked food or a quick jaunt to the nearest coffee shop or

F&B sector

Jumbo to focus on local customers while waiting for return of tourists

Tourists cannot go back to their home countries and claim they have visited foodie paradise Singapore if they have not eaten its version of chilli crab and bak kut teh.

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