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- Can you bring bak kwa in from Malaysia? AVA and ICA issue advisory on food
- With Chinese New Year approaching, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) and the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) issued a joint advisory on Tuesday (Jan 19) reminding travellers to check the guidelines on the importation ...
- AVA debunks rat, fox and mink 'bak kwa' rumours
- SINGAPORE: The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) has issued a statement debunking rumours circulating via email which claim that most bak kwa sold in Singapore is from China, and may contain rat, fox and mink flesh. Bak kwa, or ...
- Processed meats: Moderation the key when eating bak kwa, lup cheong, say doctors
- He also felt it was “reasonable to extrapolate” the IARC's classification of processed meat to other processed meats found in Singapore, such as Chinese sausage and bak kwa (marinated, sliced barbecued pork commonly eaten during Chinese New Year).
- Prices of bak kwa rise in lead-up to Chinese New Year
- SINGAPORE: With Chinese New Year just around the corner, the price of bak kwa (barbecued pork slices) has risen, though not as dramatically as last year. While some customers appear to be buying less of the traditional Chinese New Year snack because ...
- Bak kwa without the snaking queues
- But if you do not fancy waiting in line for hours, head for bak kwa stalls at hawker centres that sell the festive treat all year round.
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