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BreadTalk brings back mobile bakery

The Flosssmobile made its debut in May 2020 during the circuit breaker.

BreadTalk announced the return of its mobile bakery amidst Singapore’s Phase 2 restrictions.

The bakery chain’s Flosssmobile, which made its debut in May 2020 during the circuit breaker, will be covering areas from Toa Payoh to Woodlands from May 27 to June 13.

Prices remain the same compared to offers in-store, but will also have promotions such as three for S$5 for selected buns.

“Please be reminded to wear your mask and observe all safe distancing measures when you come shop with us,” the chain said in a Facebook post.

Photo credit: BreadTalk Singapore

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