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Auntie sells carrot cake for only $2, wants to keep food affordable for other elderly folks




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It’s all high praise for an elderly woman at Ang Mo Kio still selling carrot cake at S$2 in order to keep prices affordable for other elderly people in the vicinity.

Netizen Daniel Young took to Facebook to share an exchange he had with the auntie. In his post on Tuesday, December 11, he added that the woman’s stall was located at Block 133, Ang Mo Kio Street 12.


His post went viral, with more than 3,400 reactions, over 300 comments and almost 5000 shares.

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In his post he wrote that he asked the auntie of the stall why she kept the price of her food so low.

She replied, “I need to keep the cost low, as there are many old folks living here. $2 food”.

Daniel then asked her how she makes money since she sold her food at cheap prices.

She added, “just enough can already”.

Many netizens wrote in with rather sad comments, yet they still had high praise for the auntie.

TISG has reached out to Daniel Young for further comment.



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