Condiments from South Korea is now ready to export

Seasoning is an essential ingredient for chefs to enhance the taste and flavour of the food while cooking, or even to extend the storage life of foods. Korean food flavour is very much on the quantity of the seasonings. The most common seasoning ingredients you can look for in the market are sesame oil, Korean […]

Muslim-friendly Standards

There is no indication the COVID-19 threat is going to go away anytime soon and all this uncertainty has been prompting mega events around the world to be cancelled or postponed. One of the biggest sporting events this year, the Tokyo Olympics 2020 has already been postponed to 23 July 2021 but there is now […]

Global Seafood Industry Affected By Virus

Symptoms of the feared Covid-19 virus have popped up in more than just the human body. The global seafood industry, once worth hundreds of billions of dollars, have also been infected and fell sick due to the virus. In fact, the demand for seafood has dropped so severely that prices for fresh produce have also […]

Pivot Your Small F&B Business Online Today

Does Your Small F&B Business Have a B2B e-Commerce Site? Customers keep asking about it but you just haven’t had the time or the resources to create an e-commerce site for your small business. As much as you want to move your brick and mortar store online, you’re just not sure where to start. You’ve […]

The Movement Control Order (MCO) Effects Towards F&B Industry

Uh-oh, just when the end was in sight, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced that the movement control order (MCO) will be extended by another 14 days. If all goes according to plan and Malaysia does manage to #FlattenTheCurve, lives should return to normal after 14 April 2020. Until then though, a lot […]

E-Trade Is the Saviour In The Current Situation

The internet is no more the new frontier, it is the frontier as more and more people are preferring to do all their shopping online, including their food shopping. This does not just mean ordering their groceries online but also ordering their meals using their electronic devices. And picking them up on the go, whether […]

An Overview Of Pasteurization

Back in the 1800s, milk was being mass-produced to meet consumer demands. However, with this great production came a lot of milk-borne diseases linked to consuming raw milk. This prompted scientists and wives across Europe to find ways to make the milk they feed their families safe for consumption. Enter a French scientist Louis Pasteur […]

Protect Your Staff

The Covid-19 virus belongs to the group of coronaviruses and causes flu-like symptoms and severe pneumonia. It seems to be more easily transmitted than other dangerous coronaviruses such as those that caused Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). It has an incubation period of between 2 to 14 days but […]

Fermentation Good For Gut Health

Fermented foods have skyrocketed in popularity as more and more recent research confirms the importance of the gut microbiome. Fermented foods like yoghurt, beer, and tempeh contain many beneficial byproducts of fermentation, as well as live microbes to boost your gut diversity and support better mental and physical performance. Your gastrointestinal tract is literally a […]

Let There Be Food

Food means community. Food means happiness. Food means satisfaction. In short, food means hospitality. If you think about it, have you ever been to an event where there was no food or drink available? Food and beverage (F&B) is normally the biggest expense for any event. No surprises there as guests tend to remember best […]