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Where did you see a lower price in the Baby Abalone category?
The best place to start seeking good quality at a lower price is to approach the Wholesale Sellers. Alternatively, you can also seek out exclusive distributors for these Big Brands of Small baby abalones.
In Singapore in the Chinatown and Victoria Wholesale Centre reside many of the wholesale suppliers. We also found Teck Sang down on Hong Kong street carrying a range of Small Baby canned abalones both in Braised Sauce and in Brine. A specialist stall for Asian ingredients and dried seafood and abalones.
Best canned abalones in Singapore
Without a doubt, the Big 4 Brands in Singapore have proven over time their quality, texture and honest pricing. Chuen Jia Fu abalone Brand, Skylight Abalone, New Moon abalone and Brand, and Fortune Abalone all carry various small baby abalone types. As a Gift, I always recommend Chuen Jia fu Abalones as the Brand Name says it all, a good wishes of Blessings to the entire family. All these selections (45+ Brands and sizes) can be found at Teck Sang retail shop on Hong Kong street.
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