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Low says that since the successful pre-order and delivery of her family's Alor Setar based ying yong noodles to the Klang Valley, other hawkers in the food court have also asked her to help them do the same thing. — ANGEL LOW

Last week, Leela Ganesh was staring in despair at her nearly-empty tin of Kluang coffee powder. In the past, the KL-based Leela often travelled regularly back to her hometown in the southern state of Johor, and would top up her stock of coffee on these brief sojourns.

But with inter-state travel no longer a possibility during the ongoing lockdown, Leela found herself in a quandary: where would she get that oh-so familiar hometown caffeine boost?

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