Frozen is fine, say some chicken rice stall patrons ahead of Malaysia's export ban

People queuing at the 169 Hainanese Chicken Rice stall in Chinatown Complex Food Centre on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
People queueing at the Yishun 925 Chicken Rice stall at lunchtime on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
Hawker Chan Hon Meng working at his stall in Chinatown Complex Food Centre on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
A shopper stocks up on fresh chicken at a FairPrice outlet in Yishun on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
People shopping for poultry products at the FairPrice Finest outlet in Clementi Mall on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: DEON LOKE
A customer buying chicken at a shop in Yishun on May 30, 2022. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Long queues were seen at chicken rice stalls at lunchtime on Monday (May 30), two days before the Malaysia chicken export ban kicks in.

However, most patrons said they are not worried about the ban.

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