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We’re rolling in the #fitspo direction with Mission‘s new curry wraps ($5.35 per pack of eight pieces). Each is an aromatic combination of cumin, aniseed, black peppercorns, chilli, coriander, cinnamon, clove and cardamom. Made from high quality wheat flour, the flatbread eases worries of spillage, making for hearty, generous mouthfuls. Available in all major supermarkets. www.missionfoods.com.sg

 

F&N Foods’ OISHI Green Tea is brewed with 100 percent organic tea leaves without added preservatives and artificial colourings, these lightly-sweetened teas come in two flavours: Original
and Genmai (roasted Japanese rice). Retails at $1 (380ml) and $2.05 (1.5L) at major supermarkets and hypermarkets. www.fraserandneave.com

 

Hit up Starbucks for its new Coffee Break menu which features snacks made without artificial trans-fat, artificial colouring, and high fructose corn syrup. What we’re eyeing: the warm and savoury chicken floss muffin ($4.20), the rose and cranberry scone ($3.90), and the chewy
yet fluffy chicken pretzel puff ($4.90). Till 5 April, shave $1 off: buy a coffee and get a
discounted snack (3-6pm). www.starbucks.com.sg

 

Ain’t nobody got time for double-boiled soup. Oh wait, we do! Indulge in the instant (just reheat) yet nutritious variety from Freshen Food–new in: radish and carrot chicken soup ($5.95, 103 calories). Each pouch packs a broth brewed lovingly from chicken bone, dried scallop and dried
octopus, and the product is Health Promotion Board Healthier Choice certified for having less sodium and saturated fat. No MSG or other additives either. Available in FairPrice outlets and Kee Song Online (online.keesong.com).