About Queen's Bird's Nest
Queen’s Bird’s Nest is imported by Contact Trading, an established
trading company based in Singapore. As such, Queen’s Bird's Nest
continues to carry a heritage of trust and quality. From the
selection of raw bird’s nest to the final product, we make every
effort to ensure that our bird’s nest is carefully cleansed while
retaining all the natural flavours and nutrients.
Queen’s Bird’s Nest has also been through various strict laboratory
tests in Singapore to verify its authenticity and absolute safety for
Queen’s Bird’s Nest does not stop at merely providing the finest
bird’s nest products. We also pride ourselves on innovating bird’s
nest recipes. One of our founders, Ms. Mindy Tan, commits herself
to developing new bird’s nest recipes, both traditional and fusion.
Her recipes are well received by customers from China, Taiwan,
Hong Kong and Cambodia.
We warmly welcome all wholesalers and eatery owners who are
interested in procuring Queen’s Bird’s Nest to contact us.
Corporate Social Responsibilities
Queen’s Bird’s Nest believes in the spirit of giving. Since its founding, Queen’s Bird’s Nest has been working closely with a number of charity organizations to make a difference to our communities.
Bizad Charity Run 2013 (Organised by NUS Business School)
Bizad Charity Run 2013 is the third in its series where we aim to raise $100,000. Half of the amount will be for two bursaries for our fellow NUS Bizad students. The other half will be donated to The New Charis Mission, Society for the Physically Disabled and Assumption Pathway School.
SingHealth Charity Golf 2013 (Organised by SingHealth)
More than $405,000 was raised at SingHealth Charity Golf Tournament and Dinner to support SingHealth’s clinician scientists and researchers as they pursue locally-relevant projects which have the potential to improve diagnosis and treatment for patients.
The Eye Ball 2013 (Organised by Singapore Eye Research Institute)
The Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI) is a non-profit charitable organization tasked to lead and conduct research into vision and eye diseases based in Singapore and focused on Asia. The Eye Ball was conceptualized to spread awareness, and concurrently raise funds for eye research.