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BreadTalk's mobile bakery brings bread and more to neighbourhoods

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Many have requested for the Flossmobile to make a pit stop in their area.

Craving for some bakery delights, but don't want to venture out too far to get it? Well, homegrown brand Breadtalk has got a solution for you: a Flossmobile!    

Breadtalk's bakery truck will make pit stops in select heartland areas until Jun 1, bringing menu items such as bread, tea cakes and Toast Box products.   

The community initiative was launched so that customers, especially senior citizens, would not have to travel far to buy bread items during this circuit breaker.   

BreadTalk's Flossmobile first visited blocks 160 and 175 on Bishan Street 13 on May 12. It will return to these two locations every Tuesday and Friday till Jun 1.   

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The mobile bakery truck has an air-conditioned interior to keep the food products fresh. 
PHOTO CREDIT: BREADTALK SINGAPORE'S FACEBOOK   

The Flossmobile has also been making its rounds to bring BreadTalk to other neighbourhoods in Bishan and Ang Mo Kio.  

Additionally, people aged 65 and above can redeem a small bottle of hand sanitiser and a pack of bread toast with any purchase if they flash their IC. Redemption is limited to one customer per transaction per day.   

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Customers can look forward to an extensive menu including fan favourites like the Floss bun and the Bacon Rattan. 
IMAGE CREDIT: BREADTALKSG'S INSTAGRAM   

The local bread chain has also made sure to put in place safe distancing measures at each of their mobile bakeries. 

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Customers still have to adhere to safe distancing measures while queuing up for their bread. 
PHOTO CREDIT: BREADTALK SINGAPORE'S FACEBOOK   

Their initiative was met with eagerness and support on social media from netizens who want to purchase from the mobile bakery truck.    

Many left requests on BreadTalk's Facebook page to get the Flossmobile to visit their neighbourhood.   

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BreadTalk's Facebook page is filled with comments from netizens asking them to come to their area.
PHOTO CREDIT: BREADTALK SINGAPORE'S FACEBOOK   

BreadTalk will update their Facebook and Instagram pages to notify where the Flossmobile will head to next. They hope to visit more locations soon.

If the Flossmobile doesn't make a pit stop in your neighbourhood, don't worry! You can still purchase your bread from BreadTalk's E-store.    

BANNER AND TEASER PHOTO CREDIT: BREADTALKSG'S INSTAGRAM

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