[Simply Wrapps] Aug’s 5x Amazing Vouchers!

[Simply Wrapps] Aug's 5x Amazing Vouchers!
Local Posted 7 hours ago

Aug's 5x Amazing Vouchers!

Voucher #1 - $1 off FOR “MYO” OR “CHEF CREATION” WRAP/SALAD OR SPECIAL OF THE MONTH purchase !

That’s right! Download the attached eVoucher on the Simplywrapps app newsfeed and flash it upon payment to enjoy this promotion!

There’s 5 amazing eVouchers for each month of Aug17,Sept17, Oct17 so look out for them all ! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!

[Simply Wrapps] Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!
Posted 2 days ago

Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!

For each month in Aug17, Sept17 and Oct 17, 5 sets of eVouchers would be available for download.

Each would allow you to enjoy your favourite menu item at a discount when you flash the eVoucher upon payment!
Look out for our post updates on the Simplywrapps app newsfeed, where you can download the attached eVouchers! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!

[Simply Wrapps] Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!
Posted 2 days ago

Have we got exciting news for all Simplywrapps members!

For each month in Aug17, Sept17 and Oct 17, 5 sets of eVouchers would be available for download.

Each would allow you to enjoy your favourite menu item at a discount when you flash the eVoucher upon payment!

Look out for our post updates on the Simplywrapps app newsfeed, where you can download the attached eVouchers! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Nature lovers, uniteWhile you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check

[Simply Wrapps] Nature lovers, uniteWhile you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check
Local Posted 1 month ago

Nature lovers, unite

While you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check out an activity close to Nature by visiting Gardeners’ Day Out at HortPark.

Discover new plants, have a go at harvesting produce from the Edible Garden, learn from the experts and mingle with fellow nature lovers, among an array of interesting activities to keep the young and old occupied.

Activities like storytelling, butterfly tours and handicrafts will keep kids entertained.

Bookmark this date to enjoy a fruitful day out!

When 17 June, 9 am – 3 pm
Where HortPark, 33 Hyderabad Road
Cost Free entry (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Nature lovers, uniteWhile you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check

[Simply Wrapps] Nature lovers, uniteWhile you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check
Local Posted 1 month ago

Nature lovers, unite

While you plan the weekend out with your family during the Jun holidays, be sure to check out an activity close to Nature by visiting Gardeners’ Day Out at HortPark.

Discover new plants, have a go at harvesting produce from the Edible Garden, learn from the experts and mingle with fellow nature lovers, among an array of interesting activities to keep the young and old occupied.

Activities like storytelling, butterfly tours and handicrafts will keep kids entertained.

Bookmark this date to enjoy a fruitful day out!

When 17 June, 9 am – 3 pm
Where HortPark, 33 Hyderabad Road
Cost Free entry (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?

[Simply Wrapps] Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?
Local Posted 2 months ago

Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?

Top up $2.50 with purchase of any salad, wrap, burrito or item from the breakfast/tea breaks menu and enjoy a refreshing YOU.C1000 orange/lemon water 500ml drink!
It helps to rehydrate and restore the electrolytes, carbohydrates and the nutrients that you lose from your activities every day.
To enjoy better savings, burrito fans can also opt for the Burrito Perfect Combo at $10.00 with NS50 vouchers!

Promotion ends 15 Aug 17. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?

[Simply Wrapps] Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?
Local Posted 2 months ago

Have you had your YOUC1000 drink today?

Top up $2.50 with purchase of any salad, wrap, burrito or item from the breakfast/tea breaks menu and enjoy a refreshing YOU.C1000 orange/lemon water 500ml drink!
It helps to rehydrate and restore the electrolytes, carbohydrates and the nutrients that you lose from your activities every day.
To enjoy better savings, burrito fans can also opt for the Burrito Perfect Combo at $10.00 with NS50 vouchers!

Promotion ends 15 Aug 17. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Beat Monday blues with these feel-good foods!

[Simply Wrapps] Beat Monday blues with these feel-good foods!
Local Posted 2 months ago

Beat Monday blues with these feel-good foods!

Healthy foods (rich in protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins A, C, and E, phytochemicals and minerals, Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids) contribute to our health and/or skin and can also boost our mood.

Do try eating these foods to beat your Monday blues:

(1) Protein: Protein-rich foods will keep you alert and energized,

(2) Tomatoes: they contain carotenoids, which are antioxidants that fight free radical damage. Free radicals contribute to skin damage and aging, and also can destroy mood-protecting fats in the brain.

(3) Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel. They contain Omega 3 fatty acids which can reduce the symptoms of depression.

(4) Vitamin D foods like fatty fish, eggs and diary products like cheese. This is because studies have linked low levels of vitamin D to depression. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Developing healthy eating habitsA healthy diet gives provides the vitamins and minerals needed to stay well both mentally and

[Simply Wrapps] Developing healthy eating habitsA healthy diet gives provides the vitamins and minerals needed to stay well both mentally and
Local Posted 2 months ago

Developing healthy eating habits

A healthy diet gives provides the vitamins and minerals needed to stay well both mentally and physically.

If you are looking to develop healthier eating habits when you are eating out, do start by looking out for the Healthier Choice Symbol (HCS).

This symbol is awarded to food products which meet the Health Promotion Board (HPB)'s HCS nutritional criteria. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] The Versatile LettuceDid you know that lettuce is one of the lowest-carb vegetables around?

[Simply Wrapps] The Versatile LettuceDid you know that lettuce is one of the lowest-carb vegetables around?
Local Posted 2 months ago

The Versatile Lettuce

Did you know that lettuce is one of the lowest-carb vegetables around?

Depending on the type, it may also be a good source of certain vitamins. For instance, romaine and other dark-green varieties are rich in vitamins A, C and K.

They’re also high in folate. Folate helps decrease levels of homocysteine, a compound known to increase heart disease risk. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps’ 19 house dressingsHi everyone!

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps’ 19 house dressingsHi everyone!
Local Posted 3 months ago

Simply Wrapps’ 19 house dressings

Hi everyone!

Our 19 house dressings are a mix of options classified as with chili, gluten free, low fat and vegetarian.

Do refer to the symbols descriptions on our signage to find your preferred house dressing today!

Happy eating! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Foods to eat for Post-Marathon RecoveryHi everyone!

[Simply Wrapps] Foods to eat for Post-Marathon RecoveryHi everyone!
Local Posted 3 months ago

Foods to eat for Post-Marathon Recovery

Hi everyone! There are marathons and running events in April and May so we would like to share some ideas on the foods to eat to speed up recovery for those who have participated/are participating:

(1) Fresh fruits and vegetables. They are rich in antioxidants which will strengthen your internal defences.

(2) Omega-3 fats foods like salmon and tuna, walnuts and flaxseeds which will help to reduce inflammation and strengthen muscle membranes.

(3) Eat nuts like almonds, pistachios and cashews as post-recovery snacks.

Almonds are a good source of protein, calcium, magnesium and potassium, These minerals keep bones strong, rebuild protein that was broken down during the marathon.

Replenish your Potassium levels by eating Pistachios. Deficiencies in Potassium can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness and cramping.

Cashew nuts are low in fat and contain high levels of magnesium. Magnesium protects against blood pressure, muscle spasms, soreness and fatigue. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Smoked SalmonYour skin gets vitamin D from the sun, but if you spend most of your time indoors, you

[Simply Wrapps] Smoked SalmonYour skin gets vitamin D from the sun, but if you spend most of your time indoors, you
Local Posted 3 months ago

Smoked Salmon

Your skin gets vitamin D from the sun, but if you spend most of your time indoors, you will benefit from eating some smoked salmon.

Smoked salmon is an excellent low-fat protein source. Unlike poultry and red meat, it is not high in cholesterol or saturated fat. Fat in smoked salmon is unsaturated and does not contribute to high triglycerides levels in blood and can improve your cardiovascular health.

Smoked salmon also contains plenty of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), omega-3 fatty acids which help to prevent heart disease, deter depression and promotes brain development.

Try some smoked salmon in your wrap or salad today! (more…)

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Local Posted 3 months ago

$15 off Vouchers for first time Foodpanda users!

Hi everyone!

Starting from today 24th April, we will be giving away $15 off vouchers for your first Simply Wrapps Foodpanda order via Foodpanda online!

Do ask our cashiers for this voucher if you are not a Foodpanda user yet and would like to order from Simply Wrapps Menu from Foodpanda.

These vouchers are available on a first come first serve basis in the following Simply Wrapps outlets at
(1) HarbourFront Centre, # 01-51/52
(2) Income at Raffles, # 01-16/17
(3) ION Orchard, # B4-30
(4) Jem Singapore, # 02-19
(5) Viva Business Park, # 01-03

Do grab these vouchers before they run out!

Terms and Conditions:
* Voucher is valid for one-time use only
* Minimum spend of $30 is required
* Valid for first time user of Foodpanda
* Valid for first time Simply Wrapps Foodpanda order
* Voucher is valid from 24th April to 31st October 2017
* Simply Wrapps Foodpanda orders do not earn Bonus$ rewards
* Simply Wrapps Foodpanda delivery is available for CBD areas, Orchard, Chai Chee, Harbourfront and Jurong areas only (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Flu Season is back!

[Simply Wrapps] Flu Season is back!
Local Posted 3 months ago

Flu Season is back! Let’s fortify your immune system

According to the Health Promotion Board, the flu season in Singapore typically falls between May and July, and December and February, which coincide with the school holidays and festive season.

Let’s boost our immune system with these foods today!
(1) Citrus fruits – They contain high concentrations of vitamin C, which can help ward off common colds.

(2) Beef and Pumpkin Seeds – They are both a good source of zinc, which is important in the development of the white blood cells that defend your body.

(3) Cold water fish – Fatty fish such as salmon are rich with omega-3 fatty acids and DHA, which suppress inflammation and helps the body fight against invasive bacteria.

(4) Mushrooms – They are amazing against respiratory viruses. Button mushrooms and its other relatives increase the production of antiviral proteins to kick out foreign microbes that cause common colds and the flu.

Add these toppings to your wrap or salad today! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!
Local Posted 3 months ago

Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!

Hi everyone! We are pleased to announce that we now accept the use of NS50 vouchers for purchases made in our outlets!

Maximise your reward savings further today by downloading our [email protected] App.

When you use these NS50 vouchers for purchases in our outlets, you can still earn Bonus$ each time by scanning the QR Code on the receipt.

You will earn 8% for every dollar spent as Bonus$ which you can accumulate to redeem $5 or $10 off your total purchase in the future.

Happy Eating 😛

Terms & Conditions for NS50 Vouchers:
* Valid from 9th April 2017 to 31st Dec 2018 on all occasions including Public Holidays and eve of Public Holidays.
* Valid to be use in all Simply Wrapps outlets.
* No minimum spending required and any unused balance will not be refunded.
* An original photo ID of the voucher recipient must presented upon redemption of NS50 SAFRA and NS50 HomeTeamNS Vouchers.
* Voucher(s) are non-transferable, non-refundable or exchangeable for cash.
* Defaced, damaged or expired vouchers will not be accepted. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!

[Simply Wrapps] Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!
Local Posted 3 months ago

Simply Wrapps accepts NS50 Vouchers!

Hi everyone! We are pleased to announce that we now accept the use of NS50 vouchers for purchases made in our outlets!

Maximise your reward savings further today by downloading our [email protected] App.

When you use these NS50 vouchers for purchases in our outlets, you can still earn Bonus$ each time by scanning the QR Code on the receipt.

You will earn 8% for every dollar spent as Bonus$ which you can accumulate to redeem $5 or $10 off your total purchase in the future.

Happy Eating 😛

Terms & Conditions for NS50 Vouchers:
* Valid from 9th April 2017 to 31st Dec 2018 on all occasions including Public Holidays and eve of Public Holidays.
* Valid to be use in all Simply Wrapps outlets.
* No minimum spending required and any unused balance will not be refunded.
* An original photo ID of the voucher recipient must presented upon redemption of NS50 SAFRA and NS50 HomeTeamNS Vouchers.
* Voucher(s) are non-transferable, non-refundable or exchangeable for cash.
* Defaced, damaged or expired vouchers will not be accepted. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Cherry TomatoesTomatoes are the fruits of the tomato plant, but they are used as a vegetable in cooking.

[Simply Wrapps] Cherry TomatoesTomatoes are the fruits of the tomato plant, but they are used as a vegetable in cooking.
Local Posted 4 months ago

Cherry Tomatoes

Tomatoes are the fruits of the tomato plant, but they are used as a vegetable in cooking. They were first cultivated by the Aztecs and Incas as early as 700 AD.

The English word “tomato” came from the Spanish word "tomate", which in turn was derived from the fruit’s Nahuatl (Aztec language) name “tomatl” which translates as “fat water.”

Cherry tomatoes have been under cultivation since 1800s. They are sweeter, smaller and have more Vitamin C content than garden tomatoes.

Cherry tomatoes also contain Vitamins A and B6, dietary fiber, potassium and lycopene (an antioxidant that lowers the risk of certain diseases caused by cellular damage).

However, as they have relatively high sugar levels, it may not be ideal to eat cherry tomatoes as a regular food. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] What is Brown Rice?

[Simply Wrapps] What is Brown Rice?
Local Posted 4 months ago

What is Brown Rice?

Did you know that brown rice and white rice are the same grains?

White rice is essentially processed brown rice with its outside hull and bran removed to make the rice lighter and faster to cook. So when compared to brown rice, white rice will have lower levels of fiber, proteins, thiamine, calcium, magnesium and potassium.

Do try some brown rice to add variety to your meals and also gain the benefits of nutrients like:
(1) Selenium, an important trace mineral known to drastically reduce our chances of developing many illnesses.

(2) Magnesium, which is good for your heart, regulating blood pressure and offsetting sodium in the body.

(3) Slow-release carbohydrate, which can help maintain blood sugar levels and keep energy consistent.

(4) High fiber levels also help to stabilize digestion, lower cholesterol levels, prevent/relieve constipation and promote proper elimination/bowel function. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Roasted AlmondsThe almond that we think of as a nut is technically the seed of the almond fruit.

[Simply Wrapps] Roasted AlmondsThe almond that we think of as a nut is technically the seed of the almond fruit.
Local Posted 4 months ago

Roasted Almonds

The almond that we think of as a nut is technically the seed of the almond fruit. It is related to peaches, cherries and apricots whose trees bear fruits with stone-like seeds (or pits) within.

At Simply Wrapps, we offer roasted almonds as one of our 50+ topping choices.

Almonds are low in calories and high in Vitamin B and E, Zinc and fiber which fills our stomach and also stops sugar cravings.

Almonds also contain vitamin E, a family of fat-soluble nutrients. Vitamin E protects you from free radicals, a class of chemicals that oxidize your proteins, DNA and cell membranes. This oxidation is a form of chemical damage, and long-term exposure to free radicals contributes to diseases, such as cataracts and cancer.

Do snack on some almonds or add them as toppings to your salad today! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] 10 lucky winners for “HFC CNY Foodie Catch” Facebook Contest 2017!

[Simply Wrapps] 10 lucky winners for “HFC CNY Foodie Catch” Facebook Contest 2017!
Local Posted 4 months ago

10 lucky winners for “HFC CNY Foodie Catch” Facebook Contest 2017!

Hi everyone! The Harbourfront Centre “HFC CNY Foodie Catch” Facebook Contest 2017 which ran from 3rd Jan to 12th Feb 2017 has officially ended.

We at Simply Wrapps are now wrapping up this contest with 10 lucky winners amongst our customers who have participated 😛

These lucky customers will be receiving an in-app message within the next 24 hours with a coupon for 1 wrap OR salad from the Simply Wrapps Chef’s Creation Menu (worth $9.50 - $11.90).

Here’s a huge THANK YOU! to everyone who took part in this contest and do check your app for messages and future offers! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Umami – the 5th basic tasteThe Umami taste was discovered by the Japanese.

[Simply Wrapps] Umami - the 5th basic tasteThe Umami taste was discovered by the Japanese.
Local Posted 4 months ago

Umami - the 5th basic taste

The Umami taste was discovered by the Japanese. It describes a savoury taste that is subtle and blends well with other tastes.

According to the official Umami Information Center, “Umami” is a pleasant savory taste imparted by Glutamate, a type of amino acid which is one of the most common "building blocks" of protein. As such, protein rich foods such as meat, fish, cheese, milk and some vegetables are good sources of glutamate.

Adding umami tasting foods in our diet can have important health effects. By using these natural flavour enhancers, we can reduce our salt intake and promote saliva secretion. 

Some of these natural umami flavour foods include:
(1) Meats like beef, chicken and tuna.

(2) Shellfish, clams, mussels, oysters, scallops and shrimp.

(3) Mushrooms, seaweed, tomatoes, carrots and soybeans.

(4) Cheese - All cheeses have umami taste, but parmesan cheese has one of the highest naturally occurring glutamate among cheeses. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Tuna LoversTuna, like salmon, is a tasty super food.

[Simply Wrapps] Tuna LoversTuna, like salmon, is a tasty super food.
Local Posted 5 months ago

Tuna Lovers

Tuna, like salmon, is a tasty super food. It is a great source of lean protein and packed with B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids.

Join us for lunch or dinner today and try our “Tuna Lovers” chef creation wrap or salad.

Our seared tuna is paired beautifully with creamy avocado and the nuttiness of edamame beans and Japanese roasted sesame dressing.

Every creamy bite is refreshed by the crispy and crunchy textures of romaine lettuce, corn and cherry tomatoes to prepare you for the next bite! (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Food tips for healthy eyesWe have 2 pigment antioxidants called Lutein and Zeaxanthin in our eyes.

[Simply Wrapps] Food tips for healthy eyesWe have 2 pigment antioxidants called Lutein and Zeaxanthin in our eyes.
Local Posted 5 months ago

Food tips for healthy eyes

We have 2 pigment antioxidants called Lutein and Zeaxanthin in our eyes. They filter harmful high-energy blue wavelengths of light and help protect and maintain healthy cells in the eyes.

The body does not naturally produce Lutein and Zeaxanthin so we should consider eating foods with these antioxidants as well as foods with Vitamins A, C and E, Zinc and omega-3 fatty acids to help our eyes fight inflammation.

(1) Deep orange and yellow vegetables and fruits have beta carotene which converts into vitamin A (which helps prevent night blindness).

(2) Green leafy vegetables (e.g spinach), broccoli, peas, lettuce and avocados which are loaded with lutein and zeaxanthin.

(3) Zinc can be found in oysters, meat, poultry, fish, whole grains, dairy products.

(4) Cold-water fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel as well as chia seeds, avocadoes, olive oil, flax seed oil and sunflower oil are rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

(5) Vitamin E can be found in eggs, whole grains, vegetable oils, sunflower seeds. (more…)

[Simply Wrapps] Are Crabsticks healthy?

[Simply Wrapps] Are Crabsticks healthy?
Local Posted 5 months ago

Are Crabsticks healthy?

Crab stick (aka Surimi or kanikama) contains around 40-45% fish flesh and is generally made from the lean meat from white fleshed fish such as Alaska pollock or Pacific whiting.

As crab sticks are made with fish and egg white, there are some benefits with eating them:

(1) They are low in calories and fat, which make them an appropriate addition to your diet if you are watching your weight

(2) They contain phosphorus and selenium . Phosphorus is required for DNA synthesis, controls enzyme activity and plays a role in cell communication.

Selenium promotes cardiovascular health by supporting blood vessel function, regulates your immune system and activates proteins linked to cancer prevention.

The only drawbacks from crabsticks are that they contain sugar and salt/sodium so do eat them in moderation. (more…)

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