Third-generation 'spice kids' put new spin on their families' trade

Mr Jeya Seelan (left), owner of Jeya Spices and Leow Min Ling, Manager at Anthony The Spice Maker.
Mr Jeya Seelan (left), owner of Jeya Spices and Leow Min Ling, Manager at Anthony The Spice Maker.ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, TIMOTHY DAVID

SINGAPORE - Follow the smell of the wafting spices to get to Jeya Spices at FairPrice Xtra in Parkway Parade, or Anthony The Spice Maker (ATSM) in Kreta Ayer Road.

Third-generation "spice kids" Mr Jeya Seelan, 32, and Ms Leow Min Ling, 27, are keeping their family's spice mixing trades alive, but in very different ways.

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