Singapore’s reputation as a food haven is testament to the National Environment Agency’s (NEA) efforts in maintaining the cleanliness and hygiene of the nation’s eateries. One NEA officer gives us further insight into the saying, “We are what we eat.”
By Gerald Goh
NEA works closely with the community to safeguard, nurture and cherish the environment, ensuring that all Singaporeans can enjoy a clean and hygienic environment to live, work and play in.
Naturally, this adage also extends to Singapore’s hawker centres, which are a unique aspect of Singaporean culture and bring together the best in local cuisine and atmosphere under enjoyable open-air settings. NEA currently manages 107 markets and hawker centres in Singapore, and it takes care of tenancies, licences and public health aspects of hawker centres.
Environmental Health Officer (Operations) Muhammad Afiq Bin Sab'adi, 26, tells us more about how he helps ensure Singaporeans can enjoy their scrumptious fare in clean, modern settings. (Read More Here!)