In the recent Straits Times (Sunday Times) article, published on 26 August 2018, it featured a range of low sugar mooncakes, including our Cane Sugarfree Mooncakes such as Cane Sugarfree White Lotus with Salted Mung Bean, Cane Sugarfree White Lotus with Black Sesame, Cane Sugarfree Pandan Lotus with Salted Mung Bean and Lower Sugar Protein Pack Mixed Nuts.
One of our regular customer, Madam Emily Low, had commented to Straits Times that she was prepared to sacrifice on taste when she decided on healthier options. But after tasting our products, she was surprised that she could taste more of the other ingredients in the mooncake due to the lower level of sweetness such as the lotus and pandan original flavour.
She normally gave our cane sugarfree mooncakes to her elderly aunts and friends. They were usually touched by her consideration of their aging health.
Over the years, we are also seeing more companies approaching us for lower and no sugar cakes for their company’s birthday celebrations. With cakes that are more inclusive, such as vegan which are suitable for all types of vegetarian; diabetes friendly that are suitable for older generation employees and those with diabetes condition; and made with halal ingredients for the Muslim community.
On top of that, more companies are moving towards choosing healthier options for their staff and giving away to old folks homes during their charity events. We are really happy to announce that we are under Health Promotion Boards, Healthier Dining Programme too!