Caifan might not be our national dish, but it is certainly the one that feeds the most number of Singaporeans daily.
But what if local favourites like sweet and sour fish are taken off the menu forever due to supply shortages overseas?
In this explainer video, we learn about the important role caifan has to play in Singapore’s journey to attaining Food Security, and the potential repercussions we might face should we fail to achieve it.
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