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Enhanced Covid-19 measures at S'pore's two fishery ports in wake of Jurong Fishery Port outbreak
The Singapore Food Agency will be enhancing Covid-19 measures at both of Singapore’s active Fishery Ports. With over 902 cases link to the Jurong Fishery Port cluster, this virus spread has been the largest active cluster by far. The Singapore Food Agency will put stricter measures into three main areas of the ports – the entrance, market place and the unloading area. All of which are currently active at Senoko Fishery port. Jurong Fishery Port will reopen this Saturday, period. Is it safe? No measures put in place can prevent a virus spread 100% but all workers will have to do their par..
Gaps in safety measures at Jurong Fishery Port will be rectified

Gaps in safe management measures at Jurong Fishery Port (JFP), such as lapses in mask wearing, will be rectified before the port is reopened, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu said in Parliament on Tuesday.

Jurong Fishery Port Cluster Now Has 741 Cases but you are still able to get your seafood here..

Still looking for your fresh seafood? Afraid to head out because of the 741 cases linked to Jurong Fishery Port? We bring you...

Jurong Fishery Port closure: S'pore has activated other supply routes (Senoko Port)
SINGAPORE - The nation has swiftly switched to alternative supply routes after a Covid-19 cluster broke out at Jurong Fishery Port, said Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu on Sunday (July 18). Speaking at the FairPrice Fresh Food Distribution Centre in Tagore Lane, she said that Senoko Fishery Port has been activated, and major wholesalers have also been asked to increase their purchases so that they can continue to supply seafood. Chief executive of The Fish Farmer, Mr Malcolm Ong, said demand has doubled since Jurong Fishery Port was announced as a Covid-19 cluste..
Moving towards sustainable foods.. (Part 2 of 5)

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Moving towards sustainable foods.. (Part 1 of 5)
As Singapore looks towards sustainable foods, here are 5 local fresh foods we recommend (Part 1 of 5) Frogs – Did you know Singapore has a Frog Farm? Situated in the North West of Singapore in Lim Chu Kang, Jurong From Farm covers a land space of over 1.2 hectares! Breeding American Bull frog for their high beneficial properties, high in omega-3 fatty acids but low in calories, American Bullfrog meat is a lean alternative source of protein than red meat. Free from hormones, antibiotics or steroids and packed in an ISO 22000-accredited abattoir. You can be sure to receive fresh goodness..
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Australis Barramundi (Ready to Cook) It's time to treat yourself better!

Australis Barramundi Fillets, pre-scored and portioned for ease of use. 

The Fish Farmer Mullet Fillet

Goodness in a packet! The Fish Farmer Mullet Fillet comes pack with nutrients : oil-rich fish that is high in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins. Its meat is of a medium to firm texture and has a rich, distinctive flavour. Can be pan-fried, steamed or even eaten cold! Sold in NTUC stores islandwide, also available on SGFM!

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10 Myths you need to stop believing about frozen foods
Fresh food isn’t always best or most convenient. Many consumers avoid the frozen aisle. Here are 10 myths that may have been keeping you from eating frozen food, and the truth behind it. You may only be walking the freezers aisles when you're craving for some ice cream but there are many gems you may have been missing out, both for ready to eat meals and some easy to cook frozen delights! Here are the most common frozen food myths and why you need to stop believing them. Myth #1: Fresh food is healthier than frozen food Fresh is best, unless frozen is available. That’s right: frozen f..