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Barista Favourite MILKLAB Launches Oat Milk in Singapore

Australia’s most popular barista milk for coffee has added Oat milk to its offering. MILKLAB Oat milk is now available in Singapore through select participating cafés and food service outlets. MILKLAB Oat milk is versatile for use in both hot and cold beverages, and is the new creamy alternative to dairy milk with 100 per...

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Review – La Takorea

As I had written about TiNDLE, La Takorea as well as the GrabFood challenge, I decided to order a dinner platter of the “As seen on The Apprentice Sampler” (not sponsored) so that I can kill 3 birds with 1 stone. The Apprentice Sampler contains the Chicken and Pork Dumpling Esquites, Swipe Right TiNDLE Taco...

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Impossible Foods Celebrates Earth Month with New Exclusive Dishes

In celebration of Earth Month, Impossible Foods has launched a campaign to encourage consumers in Singapore to calculate the impact of their food choices and do their part to turn back the clock on climate change. For the entire month of April, consumers can look forward to an exciting line-up of activities, incredible giveaways as well as...

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TiNDLE x GrabFood Challenge

After its launch in March, TiNDLE has partnered with Grab to bring foodies the mind-blowing experience of ‘chicken’ made from plants straight to their doorsteps. From 15th to 28th April, diners can order TiNDLE dishes on GrabFood and stand a chance to win big with prizes including up to S$25 worth of vouchers for more...

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Homegrown F&B Heroes Put Sustainability On the Menu

Homegrown heroes TiNDLE, ecoSPIRITS and Brass Lion Distillery have joined forces at award-winning 28 HongKong Street for the month of April, to demonstrate how sustainable food and drink can make an environmental impact in just a single serving. “TiNDLE is founded on the belief that doing our part for the planet should be easy, enjoyable,...

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Chicken made from plants? Look Out for TiNDLE!

We’ve seen a few plant-based food tech companies launch recently and Singapore-based Next Gen Foods made waves recently by raising US$10 million in the world’s largest seed round within its industry. The local firm is proud to launch TiNDLE come 18 March 2021, exclusively available across 11 celebrated restaurant brands. What is TiNDLE? Get ready...