Food Labelling Requirements in Singapore
Words by Richard Khaw

This video provides practitioners in the food & beverage industry with the labelling requirements of Food Regulations in Singapore.

Viewers can refer to the details through the following link to ‘A Guide to Food Labelling and Advertisements’ published by Singapore Food Agency (SFA)

https://www.sfa.gov.sg/docs/default-source/tools-and-resources/resources-for-businesses/aguidetofoodlabellingandadvertisements.pdf

Industry practitioners should understand that it is an offence to sell or distribute prepacked foods without proper labelling or to make falsified and misleading claims for food products under Section 49 of the Sales of Food Act, Singapore and Regulation 261 of the Food Regulations, Singapore.

This video is supported by Employment and Employability Institute.

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