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Getting paid to shop is a real thing, but that’s just for other people’s groceries. What if you could make some extra cash doing your own shopping? 

That’s right: this Labour Day weekend, FairPrice is rewarding all shoppers by giving us $5 back in vouchers* when we spend $50 or more in a single receipt. This will be limited to one voucher per customer per day. And while you’re picking up your groceries, check out these 5 FairPrice Housebrand products that are not only value-for-money, but also shine in the arenas of health, quality and all-importantly, taste

*Note: Limited to one voucher per customer per day. Whilst stocks last. T&Cs apply. Refer to this link for more details.


FairPrice Thai Rice Blend – $6.30 


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You don’t have to hop on a flight to Bangkok to get a taste of Thailand’s cuisine. Whip up those Thai rice dishes with FairPrice Thai Rice Blend, which comes in a mix of fragrant, red and brown rice.

The rice also bears the healthier choice symbol for good reason. Being 100% whole kernel rice, this FairPrice blend is low-fat and packs in a lot more nutrients than your usual white rice.


Pasar Organic Cherry Tomato – $3.30 


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Cherry tomatoes are usually flown in from faraway places, like Australia or Spain. But Pasar Organic’s Cherry Tomatoes are grown nearby in Thailand, and not only are they equally red and juicy, they’re also organic.

In fact, all of Pasar Organic’s vegetables are a step up from your average greens by being organically certified. Meaning, you’ll get your produce free from additives like pesticides or chemical fertilizers.


FairPrice Coconut Water – $3.15


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Lying on the beach, under the shade of a palm tree and sipping from a coconut – that’s the Bali vacation dream. 

Luckily for us, FairPrice has brought the cold, refreshing taste of coconut water to Singapore. And we’re talking 100% coconut water here, so no added sugar for sweetness. It’s also fat and cholesterol-free and contains 5 essential electrolytes. 


FairPrice Gold Growing Up Milk Formula (Stage 3) – $27


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A child goes through some serious development in his or her early years, which is why it’s important to give them all the right nutrients. The FairPrice Gold Growing-Up Milk Formula (Stage 3) is made in Australia, and comes packed with all the amazing stuff your kid needs like Omega 3, Omega 6, GOS Prebiotics, Nucelotides, Lutein, Iron, Vitamin D and Calcium.

So, say hello to improved immunity against illnesses, brain development and even better vision. 


FairPrice Facial Tissue ($4.60/5 boxes) 


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Tissue paper is something we use every day, and some of us use a lot of it. Luckily, FairPrice Soft White Facial tissues are two-ply and their paper products are Forest Stewardship Council certified too, so you can be sure that your tissue is also helping to keep the environment clean!


Save and support local brands with FairPrice


FairPrice Housebrand products actually adhere to strict product safety and quality guidelines from boards like the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore, and some are even certified as the Healthier Choice by the Health Promotion Board – meaning lower fat, sodium and sugar.

Couple that with diversified sourcing to get the lowest cost and subsequently prices, and you can be sure you’re getting the best of both worlds: price and quality.

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So, the next time you find yourself cruising down the supermarket aisles, look for the FairPrice Housebrands, which include FairPrice, FairPrice Gold, Pasar, Pasar Organic and Home Proud. 

These local brands make everyday items more affordable for Singaporeans, and their items typically cost 10 to 15 percent lower than other products, all while remaining top quality. How’s that for #supportinglocal? 

Find out more about FairPrice Housebrands here!

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