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Tung Lok disposes of 40% stake in associate company for 21 cents - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Tung Lok disposes of 40% stake in associate company for 21 cents

The 40% stake in Beijing Xihe Tung Lok Restaurant Company comprises an issued and paid-up capital of RMB400,000 ($84,317).
Jumbo opens new Tsui Wah outlet at Jewel Changi Airport - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Jumbo opens new Tsui Wah outlet at Jewel Changi Airport

The new outlet is located on the third floor at Jewel and has a maximum seating capacity of 123 seats for indoor dine-in.

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Singapore plant-based chicken maker Next Gen raises US$20 mil to enter US market

The Singapore-based startup plans to use the fresh capital to enter the US retail market in the next 12 months.
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

Following the disposal, QAF intends to pay a special dividend of 2 cents per share, amounting to some $11.5 million in total.

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Jumbo opens third Kok Kee noodle stall in Toa Payoh

This is the group's third Kok Kee stall in 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 manages the Tsui Wah outlets in Singapore under the franchise arrangement via Vista F&B Services.
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

For something dubbed "fake meat", the investment potential is quite real.

F&B sector

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

Next Gen catches Temasek's attention in its latest funding round.

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Eat Just brings plant-based eggs to Asia via partnerships

Through strategic partnerships, Eat Just brings plant-based eggs to Singapore.

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Foodie paradise or hell's kitchen?

Foodie paradise or hell's kitchen?
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