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Expatpreneur Awards 2017: How This Singaporean Couple Turned Their Son's Allergies Into A Blessing


This month, we're celebrating the successes of savvy expatriates and Singaporeans, as well as the setbacks they overcame, to make life better in Singapore in our Expatpreneur Awards 2017. 

“My son Ryan is allergic to eggs, dairy, soy, nuts, gluten and yeast,” says Wendy Chia, who started Ryan’s Grocery in 2015 with her husband, Sebastian, and brother, Willie, to be a one-stop shop for allergen-free needs. “Ryan was the inspiration.”

The co-founders have been working tirelessly to change such negative perceptions about organic and gluten-free foods since Ryan's Grocery was conceived.

Ryan’s Grocery now offers one of the island’s largest selections of affordable allergen-free, ethically sourced and organic products, as well as a full-service butchery that offers grassfed organic beef, free-range pork, organic lamb and so much more.

Read more below (and find out how we picked the awardees here)!

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