Are the meat SFA approved?

All items, factories and processes are SFA approved. All the meat are also SFA tested and approved before importing into Singapore

Are the meat certified hormone-free and antibiotics-free?

Our meat products have to go through SFA’s strict checks and approval prior to import. Further information here (under “Claims in relation to hormones and antibiotics”):

What are some of the lower-fat / lean meat in your menu?

Q. What are some of the frozen meat products on the menu that you have are lower in fat? A. Chicken breasts are known to have the lowest fat content in meat based products (approx 21.2g protein and 2.6g total fat out of 3.5 oz ~ 100g; uncooked). Pork loins are another lean cut for […]

Deliveries: Where’s the food?

Our daily delivery frozen food trucks usually start their trips from 10am and all the way to 7pm. While the ordering form states 2 time slots, there may be orders that arrive later than designated time barring unforeseen circumstances.

Are “bacon” and “pork belly slices” the same item?

We are selling “pork belly slices”; are they the same thing as “bacon”? Bacon is known for the cured process, prepared by salt, packed in brine or dry packaging. Further curing may occur using chemicals, additives or preservatives, and dried for weeks or months. They can be boiled or smoked. Pork belly slices are the […]

Where Does Your Frozen Meat Come From?

Q: From which country are your frozen meat imported from? A: Our meat are imported from: Chicken and pork are primarily from Brazil Beef products primarily from Brazil (formerly from New Zealand and Australia) Pork bone marrow is from UK Pork belly from Holland Pork hock from UK Beef Bone marrow from Australia

How are the items packed for delivery?

Items are packed in clear plastic bags and may be delivered in a bigger bag or in cardboard insulated box. You may want to repack them into smaller bags before placing them in the freezer.

Does Freezing Meat Preserve Nutrients?

Q: Does freezing meat preserve nutrients? A: Yes. According to USDA, freezing of food helps slows down the movement of molecules, causing microbes to become dormant, hence saving it from spoilage, while much of the nutrients have been left intact.