I agree with some of the other responses here--this IS pretty harsh.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Sun, 18 Sep 2022 10:54 pmTried Amazon? Frozen from overseas won't get through without inspection. Best thing if it tinned already is have it shipped from a overseas supplier There is lot's of stuff you cannot get here. You learn to alter your taste buds or find alternatives or do without. You came to a foreign country. If you wanted home you should have stayed there. Eat local. Give your tastebuds a REAL treat. You are not in a northern country, you are on the equator and for the number of requests for something like that, I doubt seriously they would bother to set up a supply chain for one or two cases a year or month even..
"You came to a foreign country. If you wanted home you should have stayed there."
This is pretty funny considering EVERYTHING in the Little Red Dot groceries comes from another country. 90% of the goods in the grocery stores here come from somewhere else. Read your labels. Even the products created here are made from raw ingredients imported from another part of the world. (Please show me the wheat fields of Singapore?)
"Eat local" in Singapore? Please.
That beef noodle dish you just bought from the hawker center? Beef imported from Brazil. Wheat noodles with wheat imported from Australia. And the vegetables came from the United States. (FunFact: The United States is the 2nd largest source of Singapore's vegetables behind only Malaysia.) And all served in single-use plastic.
You don't know anything about me, my tastes, or purchasing habits. I'm on a forum for expats looking for ONE specialty item. One. Why are YOU on this forum, Moderator? Looks a lot like trolling to me.
It's this kind of anonymous knee-jerk response from a stranger that made me hesitant to go on a forum like this in the first place.
If you don't have anything nice to say...