Frankie: This is made in Germany and flour, sugar, butter and it says there is syrup and milk powder, and egg powder, salt.
Adam: Do you know how much it costs?
Lucy: Is there anything inside?
Frankie: Butter biscuits.
Johnny: What is the process?
Frankie: It's the ingredients mixed together and put water, I think, and then it's baked.
Arywyn: What is the process of getting it to the table?
Frankie: I think a ship or an airplane takes it to the shopping place and somebody buys it.
Siena: I think you must be missing something.
Frankie: I think it goes to a truck and it brings it.
Adam: So a ship goes to Singapore and then it is brought by truck to the supermarket?
Griff: How do they make egg powder?
Frankie: I don't know. I don't even really know what it is.
Arwyn: Maybe it is like milk powder, but from an egg.
Lucy: I have a question. If it was delivered in a boat, how would the truck get the food to the water?
Arwyn: It goes to the Singapore port and the truck goes to the port.
Teddy: You said they come from a truck first. Don't they make it first in a factory, then it goes by truck to a boat or plane to Singapore and then a truck brings it to the supermarket?
Emma: So, they make the cookies in Germany, then send it by truck to a special airplane or boat to Singapore, then a truck brings them to Singapore shops. And in the shops there are loads of them. So how do you choose which one to buy? Did you get to try a little bit for free or something?
Arwyn: They are called food samples. Food you get to try for free in a supermarket are called food samples.
Frankie: I'm not sure. I have never tried them before. My mom bought them.
We wanted to know more about ports, egg powder and how cookies are processed. We watched part of a video on the Singapore Port. Do you know it is the biggest port in the world?