The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has canceled the company’s license because of food safety concerns.

Since late March 2024, SFA has received several complaints about the safety of home-delivery catered meals provided by five web-based businesses.

Some of the problems included undercooked and moldy food or the presence of foreign

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Singapore held the fifth meeting of an international food safety network this past week.

The annual meeting of the International Heads of Food Agencies Forum (IHFAF) took place from April 16 to 20, under the theme “Food Safety for a Resilient and Sustainable World”.

Heads of food agencies from 17

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Three companies were fined recently in Singapore for violating food safety regulations.

Lee Peng Hwa, the proprietor of LPH Catering, was told to pay SG $12,000 (U.S. $8,900) for multiple offenses committed under the Sale of Food (Non-Retail Food Business) Regulations.

Alternative Selection Pte, a food processing company and retailer

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Clostridium perfringens and Salmonella were the agents responsible for the most foodborne outbreaks in Singapore from 2018 to 2021, according to a study.

A total of 171 outbreaks involving 7,538 cases were investigated from January 2018 to December 2021. The number of outbreaks ranged from 12 in 2020 to 59 in 2019.

For the

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Singapore is to remove melamine-related measures for the import of milk products from China.

Requirements were established following the 2008 milk incident in China, where the industrial chemical melamine was detected in local infant milk formula products. They will be lifted at the start of November.

More than 290,000 people

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