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Cooking oil: Refineries told to increase output

The country's 23 cooking oil refineries have been instructed to increase output immediately to meet the public demand for cooking oil.

Letters

Shop smart for the festivals

The numerous festive seasons celebrated in Malaysia can put a dent in the pocket if one is not ready to stick to a budget. Here are some tips on how one can keep the expenditure in check by making wise decisions.

Letters

Stretching the ringgit

With salaries stagnating and prices of goods and other commodities escalating, many find it a challenge to stretch their ringgit. I>Sunday Star/Ichecks out how consumers - and retailers - are coping with the price hikes.

Community

Fresh vegetables, fish, fruits and more draw the crowd to Banting

Restaurant owners are opting for local produce to cook fresh, colourful, nutritious meals at reasonable prices.

Community

Moving ahead as the Total Cleaning Specialist

With its wide range of products to take care of all the cleaning in one's abode, Goodmaid Chemicals Corp Sdn Bhd is further developing the brand positioning as the Total Cleaning Specialist.

Nation

No sugar shortage in Sarawak, says official

There is no limit to the amount of sugar a consumer can buy as there is no shortage in the supply in Sarawak, assistant minister in the Chief Minister's Department Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman

Nation

Bulk buying by industries

The current sugar shortage could have been contributed by big industries getting their supplies from domestic sources instead of overseas because of the sharp price increase in the international market.

Nation

Malaysians consume 2½ times the ideal sugar intake

Malaysians consume two-and-a-half times the ideal daily intake of sugar.

Nation

Terengganu MB sells sugar from lorry

Would you expect the mentri besar of a state to sell you sugar?

Nation

Short of sugar

There seems to be no let-up to the sugar shortage. If anything, the situation seems to be getting worse, with Johor being the latest to feel the 'sweet crunch'.