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  • Tee Yih Jia


    Tee Yih Jia Food Manufacturing Pte Ltd (simplified Chinese: 第一家), is a food manufacturing company headquartered in Singapore. Tee Yih Jia is the world leading manufacturer of spring roll pastry (also known as "popiah" in local context) that also manufactures a wide range of ready-to-eat Asian convenience foods such as roti paratha, crepes, cocktail prawn rolls, glutinous rice balls, spring rolls and samosas. Apart from pastry-based food, Tee Yih Jia manufactures other frozen convenience food products such as Dim Sum, Ramen, Oriental Buns (or mantou), and Asian Pizzas with flavours like Peking duck and satay chicken. Tee Yih Jia's "Spring Home" brand products are manufactured in Singapore as well as in several regional facilities. Tee Yih Jia has a factory in Senoko (Singapore) and a Johor (Malaysia) factory of , as well as manufacturing plants in the USA and China. The company distribute their products all over the world, from the UK to South Africa and all the way to Australia.

  • Bread machine


    A bread machine, or bread maker Raku Raku Pan Da the "World's first automatic bread-making machine" A breadmaking machine with freshly baked bread in the loaf pan A bread making machine or bread maker is a home appliance for turning raw ingredients into baked bread. It consists of a bread pan (or "tin"), at the bottom of which are one or more built-in paddles, mounted in the center of a small special-purpose oven. This small oven is usually controlled by a simple built-in computer using settings input via a control panel. Most bread machines have different cycles for different kinds of dough—including white bread, whole grain, European-style (sometimes labelled "French"), and dough-only (for pizza dough and shaped loaves baked in a conventional oven). Many also have a timer to allow the bread machine to activate without operator attendance, and some high-end models allow the user to program a custom cycle.

  • Roti


    Roti (also known as chapati) is a round flatbread native to the Indian subcontinent made from stoneground wholemeal flour, traditionally known as atta, and water that is combined into a dough. Roti is consumed in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Singapore, Maldives, Malaysia and Bangladesh. It is also consumed in parts of Africa, Fiji, Mauritius and the Caribbean, particularly in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, St Lucia, Guyana and Suriname. Its defining characteristic is that it is unleavened. Naan bread from the Indian subcontinent, by contrast, is a yeast-leavened bread, as is kulcha.

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