Food Retail Industry
|Licence for retail food establishments||For licence to operate retail food establishments, including restaurants, caterers, coffeeshops, food courts, cafes, takeaway kiosks and supermarkets.|
|Licence for food vending machine||Food vending machines are man-less operations where food are stored in machines for sales to consumers. This page contains information on the necessary requirements to operate a food vending machine.|
|Licence for private canteen||Private canteens operated by third party vendors i.e. staff canteen/hostel kitchen, regardless whether food is sold or provided free-of-charge.|
|Licence for sales of herbal tea||Private canteens operated by third party vendors i.e. staff canteen/hostel kitchen, regardless whether food is sold or provided free-of-charge.|
|Mobile food wagon||Mobile Food Wagons refer to vehicles that have been retrofitted with a functional kitchen for the purpose of food preparation.|
|Pet Café( For samples of notices, please click here[PDF, 232.57 KB] )||Pet cafes refer to food shops where patrons may bring their pets along when they dine at these food shops. Cafe owners are not allowed to keep or display their pets at the cafe.|
Starting a new F&B business? ‘Turning Passion into Profits’ is a guidebook published by the Restaurant Association of Singapore, and supported by Enterprise Singapore and the Singapore Food Agency (SFA). The guidebook is designed to equip aspiring food entrepreneurs and existing F&B owners with tools required to navigate through the different stages of running their own business. To view the book, please go to this link.