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STAYING RELEVANT AND UP-TO-DATE: Brand's has further souped up its chicken essence with American ginseng, tangkwei and cordyceps.
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Eu Yan Sang has repackaged its Gold Label Bak Foong pills into capsules for easy consumption.
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While demand from female consumers continues to be strong for the original Yomeishu, the company has also come up with newer health products such as a lemon liqueur.
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Anlene's new formulations include black sesame seed, vanilla and chocolate flavours.

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Easily bought over the counter and found on shelves of major supermarkets or shops, these classic brands may not have a hip, New Age cache to them but they offer the necessary nutritious boost in modern, easy-to-consume packaging.
Nov 21, 2015 5:50 AM

THE idea of functional foods has been around for a long time. Household names such as Brand's and Eu Yan Sang for example have given us products that our grandmothers or mothers brought us up on.

So while there's now a wave of newly discovered "superfoods" flowing into the market, there