The nutrition test: Are food imports from nearby countries always fresher?
There is a perception among some consumers that food imported from the region is always more nutritious than food imported from countries further away.
But is this true?
TODAY senior journalist Navene Elangovan went to a food testing lab to get some answers.
Read more here.
Video: Nuria Ling, Navene Elangovan, Anam Musta'ein, Ili Nadhirah Mansor/TODAY
(In partnership with the Ministry of Trade and Industry)
Hostility towards those seen as outsiders inadvertently gets heightened in times of crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic is no exception. From competition for jobs to dilution of national identity and social norms, there are ample factors driving an “us vs them” mentality among some Singaporeans. Even as the country seeks to wean off its reliance on imported labour, there is recognition that it cannot survive without foreign talent. So what will it take to bridge the Singaporean-foreigner divide? What can both sides do — to not only co-exist harmoniously — but thrive off each other? Panelists: Elizabeth Neo (Moderator), Navene Elangovan (TODAY senior journalist), Anthony Garcia (Community Integration Manager, Filipino Association of Singapore), Leong Chan-Hoong (Member of the National Integration Council and Head of Policy Development, Evaluation and Data Analytics at Kantar Public) and Yuvan Mohan (Chairperson, SINDA Youth Club) Read more here.