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For the love of kaya

While it hasn’t yet grown into a frenzy, there has been a noticeable increase in the number of kaya variations, from organic options to gourmet varieties in flavours such as sea-salt caramel from Kayamila, which was launched in April by stalwart kaya specialist Fong Yit...

The New Paper

Makan First: Treats Across Singapore

Start your day with a jar of Fong Yit Kaya’s Kayamila®, a creamy smooth coconut kaya spread that is full of delectable natural goodness and comes with four lip-smacking flavours.

A locally-made, 74-year-old traditional recipe that is passed down three generations, Kayamila® is made from the finest, natural ingredients and contains no preservatives, flavouring and artificial colouring...

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The Straits Times

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Changi Airport stores pack hawker culture into food gift sets for a taste of Singapore

"Tourists can now take home more gift sets featuring local food items at Changi Airport. This is part of a new initiative to help local food manufacturers capture a slice of the global market.

Dedicated food gift aisles offering about 20 local food products from 11 brands, such as Polar Puffs and Cakes, and Fong Yit Kaya..."

REVIEWS

"Not so sweet, great for classic kopitiam butter + kaya toast! Delicious"

Timothy Tham, Singapore

"First time trying this did not know what to expect flavor is mild but goes well on toast very nice"

Derek Day, Singapore

"Love this kaya because of the eggy taste. Compared to other brands this kaya is less sweet."

Timothy Tham, Salesperson