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Covid19: Ho Ching Tells Sinkies to Stop Yelping Like A Spoilt Kid!

After admitting that the 4G leadership made mistakes in handling the Covid19 situation, she now turns her aim at Singaporeans to scold them for complaining about NTUC service fees for online delivery. Ho Ching still has the cheek to ask people who "wishes to have delivery for free, to please step up and volunteer to do delivery for the rest of us." She goes on to tell them to "stop yelping like a spoilt kid wanting more and more without putting in any effort to help others."

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Prices of Groceries at NTUC Fairprice Not So Fair Lately

Not sure if anyone notice. NTUC groceries price seems to have gone up by about 20%. Many fresh produce usually one offer or 1 for 1 seems to have disappear. All these happened right after the new announcement that we have to be prepared that food supplies disruption. If you notice or this is worth a thought. Please share and start buying from different source. Support local small businesses too!

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MILK POWDER FOR ELDERLY TOO COSTLY, GVT SHOULD LOOK INTO THIS TOO

With regard to the prices of infant milk powder, I hope the Government can also look into reducing the prices of nutritional drinks for the elderly. Many of the elderly may have difficulty eating nutritionally-sufficient meals because their swallowing muscles have weakened. Hence they need nutritional milk, such as from the Ensure brand, to get sufficient nutrition as part of their diet. The cost per tin, however, can be high — around S$40 and above — so it would be appreciated if the appropriate body could look into this.

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MADE-IN-SG SIMILAC PLUS MILK POWDER IS CHEAPER TO BUY IN JB THAN IN OUR OWN COUNTRY

I Saw this Similac Gain Plus Stage 3. in JB Aeon. The price is about RM130 before discount for a 1.8kg tin. Similarly, SG is selling close to $90 which i just bought at Sheng Siong. What is really shocking is that Similac from AEON JB is now Product of Singapore!!! So a product of Singapore is being exported out to Malaysia and is being sold much more cheaper than in the production country of Singapore.

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