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F&B

You recognise the food on your plate, but knowing who’s behind your dish leads to a little more appreciation for the craft.

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Rare wines to ‘atas’ bak kwa: This couple is making Spanish delicacies accessible to S’poreans

Siblings help dad’s Malaccan swiftlet farm draw a younger crowd via ready-made bird’s nest

US’ DoorDash requires all employees to deliver food monthly – should S’pore firms do the same?

A mother and her son-in-law built the M’sian F&B empire we know today as Serai Group

Covid-19 not dampening year-end festivities in S’pore: Party bizs see 300% more enquiries

3 Michelin Guide awards: How this S’pore brand enjoyed sweet success with its botanical gelato

Plant co. expands to serve coffee as it explores new grounds in M’sia (double pun intended)

Behind this new M’sian online grocer is a smart farm that upskills small-time farmers

4 outlets and counting: How this NUS grad built a pioneering matcha specialty store in S’pore

18 M’sian IG stores selling curated cheese platters to elevate your gifts & gatherings

Inspired by dad’s beancurd biz in Ipoh, these siblings adapted his recipes to start Dáo

Long F&B queues are just one issue this M’sian startup addresses, here’s its real ambition

Deliveroo partners WhyQ to expand its Mix & Match, to onboard over 50 hawker centres by 2022

His omakase bar in Miri failed 5 years ago. Now it’s back & already pre-booked for 2022.

Giving up a stable law career, she chose to grow a small kombucha biz in Johor instead

This S’porean swaps sweet snacks with superfood cookies – sold 1,000 units monthly in 1st year

One man’s plan to revamp the culture of watch-collecting, starting with a café in Bangsar

Boost Makan takes on the saturated Malaysian food delivery scene, here’s what we know

How this engineering student’s grocery site is trying to solve Malaysia’s food waste issue

Getting laid off didn’t stop these M’sian chefs from opening an omakase spot with RM10K

Impossible Foods debuts its plant-based pork in 120 S’pore restaurants, including Tim Ho Wan

Foodpanda users in S’pore to pay an additional S$0.29 for “platform fee” from Nov 21

Actor Maxi Lim created S’pore’s first fried chilli snack – sold out in 3 minutes at launch

Sex sells, so this 26 Y/O relies on cheeky branding to market his potato chips

New food delivery player? Shopee hiring 71 roles for ShopeeFood in S’pore, Vietnam, Thailand

Temasek-backed SaladStop! Group raises S$12M to accelerate digitalisation, fuel Asia expansion

NTU scientists are turning durian husks into odourless bandages, and you may soon buy them

Once an RM5K stall in Penang, Spade’s Burger is now a brand making RM10mil revenue/year

For RM150/month, this subscription service lets you easily explore different whiskies

They persevered through a café closure & 3-digit savings to sell cheese platters in Sabah

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Singapore has undoubtedly been a bright spot for the global startup landscape in recent years, and is home to a number of unicorns.

In recent years, there has been a rise in the popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) and governments have released policies and grants aimed at boosting its adoption.

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, e-commerce has boomed in popularity, with consumers buying everything from home appliances to groceries online.

Grab is a leading “super app” in Southeast Asia.

Amid soaring demand for online and mobile alternatives, new digital players are transforming banking for individuals and companies.

Interest in cryptocurrency is at an all-time high, and Singapore has emerged as a key blockchain and crypto hub in Asia.

A look at how the Singapore government has been harnessing technology to improve lives for all.

The global pandemic has disrupted lifestyles, healthcare, workplace cultures, business operations, and more.

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(UEN 201431998C.)

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