Despite constant reassurances by the government that we have enough food in Singapore, you might still be a little on edge seeing lockdown after lockdown occur in each country.
While minor disruptions and price hikes are to be expected, Singaporeans have been advised not to take it as a cause for concern as the government has, according to PM Lee, “prepared for such an eventuality and have plans in place to cope”.
It should also be worth noting that Singapore has its own (national) stockpile. That means there’s really no need to panic buy and in turn cause a shortage we could have avoided.
In the case that you’re still worried, though, or if you’d like to swerve past supermarket queues, we have some other options for your consideration.
From eggs, milk, meats to veggies, here are 10 local farms you can support and get your produce from.