Home-cooked meal businesses bracing for big orders during conditional MCO

  • Malaysia
  • Wednesday, 14 Oct 2020

Although he has received many orders since the conditional MCO was announced, Wong is only able to produce 100 meals a day, as he works alone. Photo: Bruce Wong

There is nothing quite like a home-cooked meal to elevate the soul in times of trouble. This is probably precisely why home businesses selling a range of home-cooked meals are discovering that their food is in great demand now that another conditional movement control order (MCO) has been announced.

For home business owner Georgina Fernandez Peter, who runs established brand Five and Two Foods (www.fivetwofoods.com) with her husband, the first edition of the MCO already proved this point, as she was literally inundated with orders in March.

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