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Once a hotbed for good, affordable meals, food prices in the city have risen almost across the board. Here’s a quick comparison:
4 March 2014 6:57 PM | Updated 05 Mar 2014
By Celine Asril
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MILO, 1.25KG TIN | This Australia-manufactured cocoa-flavoured powdered drink is a fixture in many of our lives. It retails at a whopping S$23.70 at Fairprice, but at a mere fraction of AUD12 (S$13.67) in Australia’s Coles supermarket.
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A GLASS OF HOUSE WINE | We know the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) report compares the prices of a bottle of table wine, but that is not quite level ground for Singapore’s wining crowd (prices of wine bottle fluctuate, even before the alcohol tax came into effect). Instead we’re comparing prices of a glass of wine, and it comes to around S$12. Over in Zurich, Switzerland, a glass is CHF6.50 (S$9.34).
Celine Asril is guilty of taking pictures before tucking in to all her meals; it’s a (good) hazard of the job – this editor of HungryGoWhere never sits down to two of the same meals in a week.
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