No passport required: A bite of Singapore

Fossa Chocolate founders (from left) Yilina Leong, 28, Jay Chua, 31, and Charis Chia, 25, with their products at Gift by Changi Airport at Jewel Changi Airport. Mr Ho Mun Choon, 23, a retail assistant, with a sealed packet of red bean pastry from Ton
Fossa Chocolate founders (from left) Yilina Leong, 28, Jay Chua, 31, and Charis Chia, 25, with their products at Gift by Changi Airport at Jewel Changi Airport. Mr Ho Mun Choon, 23, a retail assistant, with a sealed packet of red bean pastry from Tong Heng.ST PHOTOS: KEVIN LIM, ONG SOR FERN, SHINTARO TAY, ZHANG XUAN, ST FILE

Retailing Singapore food gifts is big business and more producers are creating new flavours and repackaging evergreen products to meet growing demand

Capturing Singapore flavours and memories in a bite.

These small bites can add up to big business for Singapore food producers who are targeting tourist spending on food souvenirs.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 02, 2019, with the headline 'A bite of Singapore'. Print Edition | Subscribe