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CAVIAR OF THE EAST


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Legend Has It

According to legend, the first person to ever discover bird's nest was an Admiral from China known as Admiral Cheng Ho. He discovered bird's nest on a deserted Malay island during his mission to develop trade routes in South Asia. This was during the Ming Dynasty, some time around 1368-1644. It is believed that bird's nest soup was popularized when Admiral Cheng Ho introduced it to The Imperial Court of China. Today, bird's nests continues to enjoy the same popularity around the world, as it did centuries ago. It is stated that bird's nest is 1 of the 4 main tonics of China.


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Blissful Mind, Blissful Body

In recent years, much research have been conducted in proving the health benefits of edible bird's nest. It is proven that bird's nest has a vast variety of nutrients that can hardly be found in other foods. One good example of this is the Glycoprotein, Sialic Acid (N-AcetylneuraminicAcid) which helps in boosting brain development in toddlers while on the other hand, aids the elderly by improving brain cognition, and may even prevent various diseases such as Alzheimer's, Dementia and even Parkinson's disease. Not only does it help with brain functionality, but as well as boosting the immune system, skin rejuvenation and improved digestion. Trust me, we're only scratching the surface on this one!


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Food Fit for an Emperor

Since ancient times, bird's nest was considered to be a popular tonic among people of high status in China. Due to its scarcity and perceived high nutritional value in Traditional Chinese Medicine, only the rich and luxurious can afford it. No wonder bird's nest is a symbolism of wealth! Fast forward a few centuries later, with modern technology and new methods of farming bird's nest, anyone can have a taste of this delightful treat. We want to break this stereotype and encourage anyone who wishes to pursue a healthier lifestyle to indulge in this Superfood!


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A Girl's Best Friend

Bird's nest is a great tonic, suitable for women of any age. Young ladies who wishes to have beautiful complexion can consume bird's nest to achieve that as it is rich in collagen. For expecting mothers, its recommended to consume bird's nest during the start of the 2nd trimester (4th month of pregnancy) to promote healthy growth to the fetus by stimulating cell development, improving blood supply and strengthening the immune system. For mothers going through the postpartum period, bird's nest can help mothers by nourishing the body, relieving stretch marks and also boosting breast milk supply which is essential for the baby's growth. Women of older age should consume bird's nest to receive its anti-aging properties, guaranteed to make anyone look younger!


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Swiftlet Birds

Swiftlet are from the "APODIDAE" family, scientific name derived from the Greek work APOUS meaning “without feet”. Swiftlets can easily fly 50 km in a day, have superb memories to locate their own nests among thousands and navigate in total darkness. Pairing is permanent, well known for their fidelity. Both partners participate in nest building and egg hatching. Swiftlets eat flying insects. They compress between 100~1000 insects in the pouch under their tongue and then regurgitate to feed their babies. Babies remain in the nest for 45-60 days before flying away.


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Swiftlet's Nest

It takes 30-45 days to build a nest, averagely 3 brood per year. Edible nests are built by 3 different species, namely Fuciphagus, Maximus, Esculent. Traditionally, nests are harvested from caves. To protect their babies and eggs from natural predators, swiftlets started to abandon their natural cave habitat and migrated to human made bird’s houses. It was found that urbanisation is humane and economical and helps sustain their population, hence fewer and fewer swiftlets remain in caves. The Malaysia Wildlife and National Park Department has concluded that commercial bird's house farming is the best way to bring up the decreasing numbers of swiftlet’s population.


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Freshly Cooked, Delivered Fresh

The first and only ready-to-eat/drink Edible Bird’s Nest sold in Malaysia with “freshly cooked upon order” concept and the freshness last up to 20 days without any preservatives, stabilisers and chemicals. We don’t sell off-the-shelf inventories that commonly stocked up to 24 months. Once tasted our true freshness, you will never again choose anything lesser.


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Precision Cooking

Alongside high grade, good quality, genuine and carefully-cleanse raw bird’s nest, the cooking techniques especially the temperature, heat distribution, pressure intensity, pressuring duration and heating duration have to be precise and consistent. Precision cooking retains the organic essential bio-compound to maximum level while eliminating all other harmful microorganisms, otherwise consuming bird's nest is meaningless. To enjoy its nutritional benefits, migrate from traditional to scientific cooking.


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Aerobic Plate Count Indicator

The Aerobic Plate Count (APC) is used as an indicator of bacterial populations on a sample, it indicates the level of microorganisms in a product. APC results indirectly evaluate the sanitation of products, predict shelf-life, safety indicator and monitor the manufacturing processing/handling environment. Ready-to-eat foods showing excessively high APCs may reasonably be assumed to be potential health hazards. Our final products scored extremely low APC indicator, between 10 and 100, this is categorised as satisfactory, the highest level in the international guideline levels for determining the microbiological quality of ready-to-eat food. We truly care about your safety, albeit costly, we seriously make efforts to achieve the highest level.


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Cell Growth and Regeneration

Edible Bird's Nest offers all the amino acids that are necessary for human body especially the cells growth and regeneration. It has been always consumed by different age groups including patients after surgery and women during pregnancy or after delivering baby. Aspartic acid and serine are the major amino acid found in EBN which is vital for cell's energy production, cell function regulation and immune system generation by synthesising immuno-globulin and antibodies.



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Sialic Acid

Based on many modern researches, edible bird’s nest found to have rejuvenating, revitalizing and anti-aging effects. Extracts of edible bird’s nest found to contain many important bio-compounds; soluble glycol-protein, amino acid (aspartic acid, glutamic acid, praline, threonine and valine), glucosamine and anti-common flu properties. Amongst them, Sialic Acid is one of the major components. Exogenous source of Sialic Acid may contribute to neurological and intellectual advantages in infants and elderlies.


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Pharmacological Effects of EBN

Edible Bird's Nest has been reported to possess:

  1. Antioxidants
  2. Cell proliferation effect
  3. Anti-inflammatory effect
  4. Anti-viral
  5. Osteoarthritis prevention effect
  6. Improved bone strength
  7. Immune promotion
  8. Neuro-protective effect

Edible Bird's Nest has been proven to possess pharmacological effects to human health due to the nutritional contents and bioactive compounds in the Edible Bird's Nest. It is a functional food that has been used for many centuries to improve health.


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Kelulut Honey Brings Health Benefits

Traditionally, people in Malaysian have used stingless bees honey to treat diabetic patients, but previously, scientists were unable to prove the factors that lead to those effects, scientifically. Recently, researchers found 84% “Trehalulose” content from the honey weight from the bee species, G. Thoracica, the species found abundantly in Malaysia. Trehalulose is sugar with a low Glycemic Index (GI) and is not found as major component in other foods. Trehalulose sugar is Acariogenic, and therefore, it does not cause tooth decay. The discovery of Trehalulose sugar has been published in a journal, Springer Nature Scientific Reports and is available at http://rdcu.be/b5Mh3.



Why Quality Certification is Important

Quality ensures efficacy and safety. Most manufacturers do not have any quality certificate, a handful obtained MeSTI certificate, but Sabuwa’s manufacturer have been accredited with GMP and HACCP by the Ministry of Health. MeSTI is given to any manufacturer while still receiving guidance in developing and establishing Food Safety Guarantee Program whereas GMP and HACCP are given after fully implementing dan continuously adhering to the Food Safety Guarantee Program. GMP and HACCP guarantee that the food produced is safe for consumption and the food is permitted to be exported to the European Union and the United State of America. It’s a prerequisite for food exportation to the whole world hence to compete with other countries in the globally food market. Quality food does not come cheap, but Sabuwa made great efforts to bring it to you at the lowest possible price, affordable to everyone. Good product isn’t cheap, cheap product isn’t good.

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