Upcycle Food waste Project X-pired by Food Bank Singapore

Project X-pired II by Food Bank Singapore

When Secondsguru spoke about Food Bank Singapore in the post dated July 31st, 2015 (read full article), our readers gave us a thumbs up and asked us to keep information about such local green endeavours in Singapore coming! More recently, we chanced upon Project X-pired II, an event organised to raise awareness of food wastage in Singapore by the Food Bank Singapore team (Good job guys!) and we are certain the pro-waste reduction audience of Secondsguru would love to know …[Read more]


Happy Birthday Singapore!

Happy 50th Birthday Singapore

As the final countdown for the 50th Birthday of Singapore begins, team Secondsguru put their heads together to list out what the city state stands for to the rest of the world – some of the remarkable events, locations, brands, attributes and food that define Singapore today, fifty years after the birth of the nation. What resulted was an impressive and enviable list. Detractors step back please! Happy Birthday Singapore. To 50 Golden years of peace, progress and growth!

Handy Tips, Kids,

Tips & TricksBuy Baby stuff without breaking the bank!

Buy Baby stuff without breaking the bank!| Before you go and bankrupt yourself before the baby has even been born, consider buying these items #preloved!

The pre-baby months are an exciting time. Soon-to-be-parents spend their time studying books like The Contented Little Baby Book and The Shit No One Tells You: A Guide to Surviving Your Baby’s First Year and making lists of all the bits and bobs the baby and nursing mother will need. It can be quite overwhelming once you start to realize just how much stuff a tiny little baby needs! It’s not just diapers and onesies …[Read more]

Donate, provide and save the planet The Food Bank Singapore

Donate, Provide and Save the Planet | The Food Bank Singapore Feed families, not landfills. Let's make a difference together.Click through to find out more

According to the NEA in 2014, 788,600 tonnes of food waste was generated in Singapore of which just 13% was recycled. The rest – the weight of almost 2 Empire State buildings! – was disposed of at the incineration plants and then landfilled. The world has more than enough food to end hunger. The problem is distribution – and this is the problem that The Food Bank Singapore tries to fix – bridging the gap …[Read more]