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TAKE 5 OUTLET AT JURONG POINT FOUND TO HAVE COCKROACHES AND RATS

The Take 5 outlet, which is a subsidiary of Old Chang Kee, had its fast food cafe at Jurong Point ordered shut for two weeks after it was found to have cockroach and rodent infestations. The outlet will close its store starting Wednesday 5 April. How can this have happened in the first place? How can a food outlet, situated at a spanking mall, have cockroach and rodent infestations. While we cannot discount the fact that food outlets will have their share of pests, to have infestations is certainly unforgivable. As a food outlet, a place where people buy and eat food, we cannot have such things happening.

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DINER SPOTS RAT NEAR CAUSEWAY POINT BAGUS FOODCOURT, CLEANLINESS TO BE IMPROVED?

Just now after my lunch at Causeway Point, at the 7th floor where Bagus Foodcourt is at, I spotted a rat running about near the escalator. I spotted it as I was going down the escalator from Bagus. Bagus is the top floor foodcourt in Causeway Way at Woodlands. On a previous occasion, I saw a mouse trap set by NEA down there too. I believe they knew about the rat problem too.

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RAT INFESTATION RETURNS TO BUKIT BATOK, TEMPLE KILLED 28 RATS WITH POISON BAIT

Chinese media reported that the rat infestation have returned to Bukit Batok after last year's high profile incident where almost 300 rats were killed. The rodents were spotted eating food offerings within the See Thian Foh temple and a temple volunteer shared that the rat problem appeared at the temple for the past 5 months.. Recently, after putting poisonous bait in the temple, they caught 28 dead rats in one night.

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AVA: BAK KWA SOLD IN S’PORE DO NOT CONTAIN PRC RAT, FOX OR MINK MEAT

We are aware of email messages which claim that most bak-kwa (barbecued pork) sold in Singapore is from China and may contain rat, fox and mink flesh. We would like to assure the public that the majority of bak-kwa sold in Singapore is produced locally from raw pork sourced from countries such as Australia, Brazil and Spain. A small percentage (<5%) is sourced from two establishments in China that are approved to export semi-processed frozen sliced pork (heat-treated) to Singapore.

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