The food industry in Singapore is generally supportive' of proposals from the Ministry of Health (MOH) to ban all partially hydrogenated oils (PHO), a form of trans fat commonly found in pre-packaged food products, according to a government minister.
Singapore is rightly proud of its status as South East Asia's leading food and nutrition hub, but the city state is refusing to rest on its laurels, and is now striving to develop a thriving start-up scene and tackle challenges around food safety,...
The three As — accessibility, affordability and accuracy — of omega-3 index testing are key to maximising the category's personalised nutrition potential in APAC, according to BASF, a diamond sponsor at the first NutraIngredients Omega-3 Summit.
As Singapore winds up its public consultation on sugar tax, the majority of participants have demanded sugar-reduction methods that extend more broadly across the industry beyond just targeting sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs).
The very first Nutraingredients Omega-3 Summit in Singapore is now just three weeks away, and we've added two big names to the line-up: leading Asian pharmacy retailer Watsons and Malaysia's number one fish oil brand, PRISTIN.
The first NutraIngredients Omega-3 Summit will take place from February 20 to 22 in Singapore. If you haven't already joined the scores of global delegates who have registered, here are five reasons you can't afford to miss this inaugural event.
The Ministry of Health Singapore (MOH) is considering multiple measures to reduce Singaporeans' sugar intake from sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs), including the introduction of a sugar tax and a complete higher-sugar drinks ban.
Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs’ (MHA) decision to review the country’s 2015 Liquor Control (Supply and Consumption) Act (LCA) could be good news for manufacturers with alcohol-containing food products, especially confectionary and dessert items.