2021 Media Kit

Call to help preserve Singapore’s food heritage

Singapore food company X-Inc calls on the local food industry to help its plans to preserve the republic’s food heritage memory. The goal is to set up a showcase featuring products from the republic's culinary past in its new XPACE building. It will be open to the public by the second quarter of 2021.
The company is inviting individuals or corporations with food-related relics from the past to share them on the upcoming exhibit. What sets this showroom apart from other private or national collections is its focus on the food and hospitality industry, said X-Inc.
Every bit counts – whether it’s an old Milo or Ovaltine tin, or the iconic pyramid-shaped Magnolia Milk packaging or Green Spot bottle, the company added. It can even be a carrier bag or food wrapper dating back to the 1990s or earlier.
“Being in the food industry for more than 80 years, X-Inc has had a front seat of the food scene in Singapore. It is a rich and colourful history that would be lost forever if we don’t do something about it. We are taking on the responsibility of ensuring that Singapore’s food history can continue to be shared with our young and upcoming generations. As such, we are calling on the food and hospitality industry to join us in this meaningful endeavour. Let’s chip in to save Singapore’s food history,” said Nichol Ng, managing director of X-Inc.
Interested parties can email xtory@foodxervices.com until January 31, 2021.
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