Which is the biggest NTUC in Singapore?

It is quite universally agreed that the largest Fairprice store in Singapore currently is the one at VivoCity, replacing the Giant store that was previously there. It is reported in the news that the Fairprice Xtra hypermarket is the largest in Singapore currently as of late 2019.

Which FairPrice is the biggest?

Size. Fairprice Xtra has its biggest outlet located in Ang Mo Kio Hub. The total area of the hypermarket is 7,150 square metres. In comparison, a full-sized standard Olympic swimming pool is 1,250 square metres.

Which supermarket is best for meat?

ALDI has been crowned the best meat and fish retailer of 2018 for the second year in a row. The budget supermarket has retained food manufacturing and retailing magazine, The Grocer’s, accolade due to its wide-range of both everyday and special occasion products.

What supermarkets are there in Singapore?

Supermarkets in Singapore for grocery shopping

  • Marketplace. This one’s the fancy supermarket sister brand brought to you by Cold Storage. …
  • Warehouse Club. A retailer helmed by Ntuc FairPrice, Warehouse Club is the household name’s bulk buy store. …
  • Le Petit Depot. …
  • Hao Mart. …
  • Mustafa Centre. …
  • Harin Mart. …
  • Koryo Mart. …
  • Sol Mart.

Is NTUC under government?

NTUC, short for National Trades Union Congress, is the sole trade union in Singapore. While it has historically been independent of the government of the day, it shares a close relationship with the ruling People’s Action Party.

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What is NTUC known for?

The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), also known as the Singapore National Trades Union Congress (SNTUC; Chinese: 新加坡全国职工总会), is the sole national trade union centre in Singapore.

National Trades Union Congress
Founded 6 September 1961
Headquarters Singapore
Location Singapore
Members 900,000

Who owns Cold Storage Singapore?

How many cheers are there in Singapore?

Officially launched in 1998, Cheers has since expanded to over 160 outlets including over 20 FairPrice Xpress stores, situated across Singapore at convenient locations and Esso service stations.

How do I buy FairPrice shares?

Upon acquiring union membership, you can then apply to purchase FairPrice shares (for 20 shares only) at $1 per share plus $3 entrance fee. Click Here to download the form. For more details on NTUC General Branch Membership, please call 6213 8008.

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