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The grill master

Craving for a taste of traditional Japanese kushiyaki? With all travelling plans currently on hold, the next best thing is to head down to Matsukiya


Singapore to require pre-departure tests for travellers from India, to step up enforcement against errant F&B outlets

Singapore’s Health Ministry has announced that pre-departure tests will be required for travellers from India who are not Singapore citizens or permanent residents. 


Supporting local F&B

We are now well into Phase Two, yet the prospects are still bleak for struggling F&B operators across the island.

Local icon goes global

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): To the rest of the world, the word “zouk” is Antillean Creole for “party” or “dance”, a term that evolved from the Afro-Caribbean style of dance music of the same name.

Yoma partners Pernod Ricard to produce & distribute whisky in Myanmar

SINGAPORE (May 25): Yoma Strategic plans to form a joint venture (JV) company with French spirits giant Pernod Ricard to focus on the production and distribution of whisky in Myanmar.

Dine in

Five wine journeys to take

(Aug 3): If we had our way, we would all be spending our days traipsing through vineyards all over the world. But we can’t. What’s the next best thing? The vineyards come to us, so to speak.

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Polytechnics roped in to support Singtel’s 99% SME initiative

SINGAPORE (March 13): SMEs in the retail and F&B sectors can now equip their staff with digital skills at heavily subsidised courses offered at local polytechnics.


Neo Group in exclusive acquisition talks with manufacturer of cordials and syrups

SINGAPORE (March 9): F&B player Neo Group has entered into an exclusive dealing agreement in relation to a proposed acquisition of shares in of shares in Asia Farm F&B (AFF).

Broker's Calls

5 small caps of the season

SINGAPORE (Nov 18): CIMB Securities is highlighting five small-cap stocks under its coverage after noting a generally “lukewarm” financial results performance for 3Q16.


Sakae Holdings’ 3Q losses widen to $3.1 million on higher competition and sluggish economy

SINGAPORE (Nov 14): Sakae Holdings reported 3Q16 losses nearly doubled to $3.1 million from a year ago as revenue fell 11.1% to $20.3 million driven by a sluggish economy and fiercer competition in

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