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SFA Overview of Food Establishments in Singapore

Food storage warehouses used for the commercial storage of food are also encouraged to register with SFA to safeguard the safety of food consumed in Singapore by enabling the traceability of food products in the supply chain. For information on the setting up of food establishments, please refer to this section.

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SFA Overview

SFA regulates Singapore’s food retail industry to ensure that food sold at retail outlets is safe for consumption. This is important as Singapore is known for being a food paradise, offering foodies everything from delectable hawker fare to the best of international haute cuisine. SFA licenses food retail businesses, including restaurants ...

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Singapore Food Agency (Meat)

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), Licensing and Permits Group, Food Trade Department regulates the import, export and transhipment of meat and meat products and salted or preserved eggs and processed egg products. Meat and meat products may be imported, exported or transhipped in frozen, chilled, processed or canned form.

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Food - Home - MSE

SFA aims to increase local production to achieve a goal of “30 by 30”, which is to produce 30% of Singapore’s nutritional needs locally by 2030, up from less than 10% today. Technology advancements will be key in unlocking the potential of our agri-food industry to ‘grow more with less’, in a sustainable manner.

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SFA - FAQs

What are the procedures and/or requirements for the importation of processed food and food appliances into Singapore? Check the overview of the steps required to import food. For detailed requirements for the import of processed food, please refer to the Commercial Food Imports webpage of the SFA website.

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Eduquest International - WSQ Qualification - Singapore

The Refresher Basic Food Hygiene course was introduced in October 2010 by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to raise the standards of food hygiene in food establishment. The refresher training is to ensure sustained awareness on good hygiene practices by food handlers. With effect from 1 October 2014 as per regulatory requirements, all certified food handlers are

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New food safety licensing framework to start from 2023 ...

Oct 25, 2021  About 23,000 establishments will come under the new framework, called Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE), said the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Monday (Oct 25).

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SFA - FAQs

Your current licence with SFA for importing fish products, such as seabass and clams, also allows you to import meat products, such as beef and game meat. However, please ensure that the meat and meat products are from SFA approved countries and establishments. Please search our database for the list of accredited overseas establishments.

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Food and Beverage-Data.gov.sg

Licensed Food Establishments - Food Shops National Environment Agency / 06 Feb 2018 This Dataset shows the number of food shops by year. All food retail establishments must be licensed in order to operate. Each licence application is assessed on its own merits. Here is a self-checklist for easy reference on the requirements to fulfill.

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SFA Overview of Food Establishments in Singapore

Food storage warehouses used for the commercial storage of food are also encouraged to register with SFA to safeguard the safety of food consumed in Singapore by enabling the traceability of food products in the supply chain. For information on the setting up of food establishments, please refer to this section.

View More

SFA Overview

SFA regulates Singapore’s food retail industry to ensure that food sold at retail outlets is safe for consumption. This is important as Singapore is known for being a food paradise, offering foodies everything from delectable hawker fare to the best of international haute cuisine. SFA licenses food retail businesses, including restaurants ...

View More

Food - Home - MSE

SFA aims to increase local production to achieve a goal of “30 by 30”, which is to produce 30% of Singapore’s nutritional needs locally by 2030, up from less than 10% today. Technology advancements will be key in unlocking the potential of our agri-food industry to ‘grow more with less’, in a sustainable manner.

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JOINT ADVISORY - ura.gov.sg

Enterprise Singapore Housing Development Board Singapore Food Agency Singapore Tourism Board Urban Redevelopment Authority _____ 2 Coffee shops refer generally to FB establishments with SFA coffee shop/ eating house/ canteen license that are not substantially enclosed by a permanent barrier.

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New food safety licensing regime for food outlets to start ...

Oct 26, 2021  SINGAPORE - A new licensing regime for food establishments will be introduced from 2023 to provide better assurance of food safety to consumers, the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) said on Monday (Oct ...

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New food safety licensing framework to start from 2023 ...

Oct 25, 2021  About 23,000 establishments will come under the new framework, called Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE), said the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Monday (Oct 25).

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WSQ Food Safety Course Level 1 (Food handlers)

There will be no change to the current training requirements for food handlers in retail food establishments. Information for food handlers and on WSQ Food Safety Course Level 1 and the list of training providers that have been approved by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) can be found on the SFA website at https://go.gov.sg/info-fh.

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Food Safety Course Level 1 - ITE

Mar 05, 2021  Food Safety Course Level 1. Jointly developed by the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) to equip food handlers of both retail and non-retail food establishments with the knowledge and application skills to follow food safety and hygiene procedures and policies, as well as maintain the cleanliness and upkeep of premises.

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Singapore Food Agency (Livestock and Animal Products)

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), Licensing and Permits Group, Food Trade Department, regulates the importation, exportation and transhipment of the following products: Table shell eggs. Livestock for human consumption (e.g., live poultry, pigs, sheep and goat, etc.) Live turtles for human consumption. Food fish fry and food fish broodstock and.

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Singapore Food Agency (Meat)

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), Licensing and Permits Group, Food Trade Department regulates the import, export and transhipment of meat and meat products and salted or preserved eggs and processed egg products. Meat and meat products may be imported, exported or transhipped in frozen, chilled, processed or canned form.

View More

SFA - FAQs

Import of Processed Food and Food Appliances; Export Certification; Export Health Certification; Registration to Import Processed Food Products and Food Appliances; Food Manufacturers Licensing of Food Processing Establishments; Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE) Framework; Food Safety Courses; Food Retail General

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SFA - FAQs

What are the procedures and/or requirements for the importation of processed food and food appliances into Singapore? Check the overview of the steps required to import food. For detailed requirements for the import of processed food, please refer to the Commercial Food Imports webpage of the SFA website.

View More

Eduquest International - WSQ Qualification - Singapore

The Refresher Basic Food Hygiene course was introduced in October 2010 by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to raise the standards of food hygiene in food establishment. The refresher training is to ensure sustained awareness on good hygiene practices by food handlers. With effect from 1 October 2014 as per regulatory requirements, all certified food handlers are

View More

I took a peek inside a massive central kitchen in S’pore ...

Mar 30, 2020  And thanks to the Singapore Food Agency (SFA), we visited RES’s central kitchen to take a behind-the-scenes look at all that cooking. RES is one of Singapore’s largest restaurant operators.

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SFA Overview of Food Establishments in Singapore

Food storage warehouses used for the commercial storage of food are also encouraged to register with SFA to safeguard the safety of food consumed in Singapore by enabling the traceability of food products in the supply chain. For information on the setting up of food establishments, please refer to this section.

View More

SFA Overview

SFA regulates Singapore’s food retail industry to ensure that food sold at retail outlets is safe for consumption. This is important as Singapore is known for being a food paradise, offering foodies everything from delectable hawker fare to the best of international haute cuisine. SFA licenses food retail businesses, including restaurants ...

View More

New food safety licensing regime for food outlets to start ...

Oct 26, 2021  SINGAPORE - A new licensing regime for food establishments will be introduced from 2023 to provide better assurance of food safety to consumers, the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) said on Monday (Oct ...

View More

JOINT ADVISORY - ura.gov.sg

Enterprise Singapore Housing Development Board Singapore Food Agency Singapore Tourism Board Urban Redevelopment Authority _____ 2 Coffee shops refer generally to FB establishments with SFA coffee shop/ eating house/ canteen license that are not substantially enclosed by a permanent barrier.

View More

WSQ Food Safety Course Level 1 (Food handlers)

There will be no change to the current training requirements for food handlers in retail food establishments. Information for food handlers and on WSQ Food Safety Course Level 1 and the list of training providers that have been approved by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) can be found on the SFA website at https://go.gov.sg/info-fh.

View More

New food safety licensing framework to start from 2023 ...

Oct 25, 2021  About 23,000 establishments will come under the new framework, called Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE), said the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Monday (Oct 25).

View More

Food - Home - MSE

SFA aims to increase local production to achieve a goal of “30 by 30”, which is to produce 30% of Singapore’s nutritional needs locally by 2030, up from less than 10% today. Technology advancements will be key in unlocking the potential of our agri-food industry to ‘grow more with less’, in a sustainable manner.

View More

Food Safety Course Level 1 - ITE

Mar 05, 2021  Food Safety Course Level 1. Jointly developed by the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) to equip food handlers of both retail and non-retail food establishments with the knowledge and application skills to follow food safety and hygiene procedures and policies, as well as maintain the cleanliness and upkeep of premises.

View More

Singapore Food Agency (Livestock and Animal Products)

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), Licensing and Permits Group, Food Trade Department, regulates the importation, exportation and transhipment of the following products: Table shell eggs. Livestock for human consumption (e.g., live poultry, pigs, sheep and goat, etc.) Live turtles for human consumption. Food fish fry and food fish broodstock and.

View More

SFA - FAQs

Import of Processed Food and Food Appliances; Export Certification; Export Health Certification; Registration to Import Processed Food Products and Food Appliances; Food Manufacturers Licensing of Food Processing Establishments; Safety Assurance for Food Establishments (SAFE) Framework; Food Safety Courses; Food Retail General

View More

Singapore Food Agency (Meat)

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), Licensing and Permits Group, Food Trade Department regulates the import, export and transhipment of meat and meat products and salted or preserved eggs and processed egg products. Meat and meat products may be imported, exported or transhipped in frozen, chilled, processed or canned form.

View More

SFA - FAQs

What are the procedures and/or requirements for the importation of processed food and food appliances into Singapore? Check the overview of the steps required to import food. For detailed requirements for the import of processed food, please refer to the Commercial Food Imports webpage of the SFA website.

View More

Eduquest International - WSQ Qualification - Singapore

The Refresher Basic Food Hygiene course was introduced in October 2010 by the National Environment Agency (NEA) to raise the standards of food hygiene in food establishment. The refresher training is to ensure sustained awareness on good hygiene practices by food handlers. With effect from 1 October 2014 as per regulatory requirements, all certified food handlers are

View More

I took a peek inside a massive central kitchen in S’pore ...

Mar 30, 2020  And thanks to the Singapore Food Agency (SFA), we visited RES’s central kitchen to take a behind-the-scenes look at all that cooking. RES is one of Singapore’s largest restaurant operators.

View More

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