No, BUT hygiene is paramount for all F&B related enterprises. Even though home-based food and drink sellers are not required to apply for a licence to sell their food/drinks, they should follow the food hygiene guidelines issued by the National Environment Agency (NEA).
As we know, food outlets in Singapore are subject to the A-D rating for overall hygiene in food preparation and also upkeep of store.
As a home-based food business, you won't be subject to the A-D grading system. But we would want to avoid customers falling ill after consuming such goods if the goods were not hygienically prepared.
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The rules are not so clear now as there are many home cook bloggers that cook small amount of food for sales, but generally if you are selling a decent amount of food or drink, it is better you check with the Food Safety Agency and get properly certified and trained to reduce any issue with the law.
I think no need? There are a ton of mom-pop shops on Carousell. Also, during Christmas and CNY, I ac...
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