Matthew Miller
Aug 15, 2018

NTUC FairPrice supports eye-popping publication Eyeyah

Supermarket chain sponsors graphically intense publication devoted to educating kids about food.

NTUC Fairprice is sponsoring a food- and drink-related edition of Eyeyah, a lavishly illustrated activity book for children between 8 and 12 years old.

Eyeyah is a visual platform magazines, website, Instagram dedicated to educating kids about social issues. The Food Issue contains 40 commissioned illustrations and activities about topics such as the dangers of sugar, food waste and artificial ingredients. It will be available online and in over 30 shops across Singapore,...

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