Author name: Nicholas Ho

Breakfast and Brew: Sustainability Edition #2

the moonbeam co. hosted yet another sustainability edition of Breakfast and Brew, because sustainability in this day and age is imperative for our environment. Curated for businesses within the realm of sustainability, join us in unravelling the essence of our most far-reaching Breakfast and Brew yet and explore the connections formed! What is Breakfast and …

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Your Ultimate Guide to Upcycled Foods and Beverages in Singapore

Singapore has been making huge strides in sustainability, especially with the nation-wide movement, the Singapore Green Plan. One upstanding trend amongst local businesses that’s gaining traction is upcycling foods and beverages. Upcycling is an eco-friendly practice that transforms food byproducts and surplus ingredients into delectable consumables, reducing food waste and minimising our environmental footprint. In …

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Your Ultimate Guide to Contract Manufacturing for Baked Goods

In the flavoursome landscape of the baking industry, businesses are constantly seeking efficient ways to meet consumer demands, maintain high-quality standards, and expand their product offerings. Thus, contract manufacturing for baked goods has emerged as a strategic solution for many bakeries. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the concept of contract manufacturing for baked …

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Breakfast and Brew: Sustainability Edition

the moonbeam co. recently organised an event called Breakfast and Brew, specifically designed for the entrepreneur community in the sustainability space. Let’s delve into the essence of Breakfast and Brew and explore the remarkable connections made at the event! What is Breakfast and Brew? Breakfast and Brew is a community initiative by the moonbeam co. …

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