SōngHè (松鹤) awarded as a Trusted Brand 2020 (since 2010)More
SongHe is voted as Trusted Brands 2020 gold award winner in rice category.
This is our proud that we have won the trusted brand award for the ELEVEN consecutive year since 2010.
“SongHe is offering Singapore’s finest quality rice and products with the first and only chilled warehouse facility in Singapore market” by Reader’s Digest
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FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS, SōngHè (松鹤) rice brand has been well received by food lovers all over Singapore for its quality rice at a reasonable price. As one of Singapore’s largest rice importers, SóngHè lives and breathes its brand promise to provide and maintain a stable supply of fresh, good-quality rice, especially during times of crisis.
With that in mind, some years ago SōngHè invested in cold storage facilities, both in Singapore and Thailand, the country of origin of SóngHè rice, in order to store rice so it retains its freshness before distribution to retail outlets.
Recently, when the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) level was raised to Orange, Singaporeans started panic buying and stockpiling rice. To reassure the community that SóngHè had enough rice for everyone, the rice importer mobilised its delivery teams to all retail outlets, even on Sunday.
Since 2004, SōngHè has constantly cultivated its brand DNA ‘Good man, Good deeds, Good rice’, initiating many heart-warming campaigns that instil Love and Compassion into our hearts. Starting out with the orange paper cranes, the symbol of goodness, in which SóngHè donated 100 grams of rice to designated beneficiaries for every mission accomplished, it has since been involved in many other campaigns to encourage good deeds and spread kindness. Therefore, it was hardly surprising when the company was approached earlier this year by Lianhe Zaobao, the main Chinese media in Singapore, to sponsor a ten-part series to document good deeds among the community during the COVID-19 crisis.