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Rising cost of food have pushed Singaporeans to eating insects 😆


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  1. 1. Should SFA allow insects for consumption in Singapore?

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44 minutes ago, RogerNg_185295 said:

Are cock roaches on the approved eating list?

Ok la you are gd radiation detector but by that time we all ded ledy 🪦

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7 hours ago, Tkseah said:

Well... If u can't afford chicken, eat insects..

So we have replace the fish with insects....

No chickens  we can eat insects. 

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7 hours ago, Fitvip said:

Aren't insects wild lives too? Not protected?

Be more practical, get those chickens from the parks and wild boars and then the hated otters.  😆 😆 😆

Authorities said the feedback was not entirely a complaint, and there were reports of the discovery of the water tank being lost.

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2 hours ago, mersaylee said:

Lust time only had fight in a box...and mine always lost...😅

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I can only used a match stick box, your one is customised spider home.

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1 hour ago, Windwaver said:

Authorities said the feedback was not entirely a complaint, and there were reports of the discovery of the water tank being lost.

I have encountered a lost otter early in the morning before. A lone one resting by the side of a footpath. I remember I have posted a photo in this forum.

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6 hours ago, RadX said:

Last time is f spider

 

so now f spider and eat it too?

 

@Tianmo sure like😂😂

Be careful of what one eats hor, cos they carry the deposit and the future generationn...:XD:

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I don't like eating insects.

Can they research into eating grasses since veges are expensive?  

I think eat grass better than eat insects.

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23 minutes ago, Starry said:

I don't like eating insects.

Can they research into eating grasses since veges are expensive?  

I think eat grass better than eat insects.

U dun fight with @Sp4wn hor.. he angwee 

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why so champ, allowing people to eat wild boars and otters will solve the problem, we have so many wild boars and otters around  

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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/ibread-fined-7000-hygiene-lapses-massive-infestation-cockroaches-3655801

iBread fined S$7,000 for multiple hygiene lapses, including massive infestation of cockroaches

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SINGAPORE: iBread bakery was fined S$7,000 on Wednesday (Jul 26) due to multiple hygiene lapses at their food processing establishment at 171 Kampong Ampat, said the Singapore Food Agency (SFA).

A massive infestation of live cockroaches throughout its premises - the equivalent of a central kitchen - was detected. Raw and completed products were also poorly segregated in the same chiller, an SFA inspection in November 2022 found.

“The food transportation vehicle was also poorly maintained with chipped interior wooden flooring and dirty clothes were seen hanging from the interior side panel,” the agency added.

iBread had been suspended from Nov 9, 2022 to Feb 6, 2023 for these hygiene lapses.

After its suspension was lifted, the bread shop was placed under close surveillance to ensure adherence to food safety requirements.

iBread was also allowed to resume operations after rectifying the lapses.

"Food safety is a joint responsibility as food can be contaminated anywhere along the food chain,” said SFA on Wednesday.

"All food operators should ensure their premises are clean and well-maintained, and staff are adequately trained on proper food safety management."

If found guilty of not adhering to regulations or complying with food hygiene and food safety requirements, offenders could be fined up to S$5,000.

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