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Family allegedly consumes mouldy cake from shop at Holland Village

"We want to warn others of this shop and not to buy their cakes. As you can see from the pictures, it’s completely disgusting and imagine consuming this unknowingly” said Ann in a post

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A mother took to social media to gripe about the allegedly mouldy cake that she had  bought from TasteSingapore at Holland Village.

The lady, only named as Ann, bought the cake on 22, and said that she cut it to consume with her family that very day. She wrote, “the cake was meant for our kids at home. After cutting the cake and serving it, we suddenly noticed there was mold inside the cake! By that time one of our kids had already consumed a full slice”.

<Reader's Contribution by Ann>My family bought a cake from the Taste Singapore at Holland Village on 22 May. The cake…

Posted by All Singapore Stuff on Monday, June 3, 2019

Ann also added that she reached out to both TasteSingapore, and to the (NEA) but did not receive a reply.

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In her post, Ann also said, “We contacted Taste but were not able to get through their line. We then sent them email with no reply at all. We also wrote to NEA and same thing no reply. We want to warn others of this shop and not to buy their cakes. As you can see from the pictures, it’s completely disgusting and imagine consuming this unknowingly”.

She also added that only after waiting for two weeks for a response did she take to social media to warn others.

TISG has reached out to both TasteSingapore, and to the Singapore Food Agency () for comment on the matter./TISGFollow us on Social Media

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