Only 6% of adult Malaysians eat enough fruits or vegetables daily

  • Living
  • Monday, 20 Feb 2023

We need to invest more in making sure Malaysians are eating a healthy diet that includes enough fruits and vegetables. — The Star

Back in 2012 in Malaysia, you could buy a chicken burger meal with drinks and fries from a certain fast food restaurant for just under RM6. It was a good deal, but recently the government launched the Menu Rahmah initiative, which allows participating restaurants to offer lunch and dinner sets for even less.

This initiative to provide meals for only RM5 is a great idea that benefits consumers. Who doesn’t want more for less?

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