Trustana, a Singapore-based B2B platform of verifiable food traders, signed a Memorandum of Understanding today with 5 leading food suppliers from Chongqing, under the “China-Singapore (Chongqing) Agriculture Export Enablement Project” created by the office of the Singapore-Chongqing Connectivity Initiative (CCI). The partnership aims to provide food & beverage (F&B) companies in China and Singapore with better access to import and export markets, so that they are able to internationalize and grow their businesses.
Have you ever experienced an unusual, mouth-numbing, and yet flavorful sensation while eating hotpot or enjoying mapo tofu or mala xiang guo? Such a unique experience begs the question — what ingredient provokes this feeling? It’s Sichuan peppercorn!
As a food and beverage operator thinking about importing food to Singapore, you probably know you’ll have to follow strict regulations to bring food to your end consumers. We took some time to come up with a detailed step-by-step guide for you so you can find all the information you need right here.