Struggling with price hikes, traders drop out of Menu Rahmah initiative
They say the rising costs are making it too difficult for them to continue absorbing the cost of the affordable meals.
Govt's Rahmah concept to get another RM50 million
Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim says this will ensure that the people in every state constituency throughout the country can benefit from the concept.
Menu Rahmah meals still going strong
Customers hail the RM5 price tag and the variety of dishes available under the government's affordable food programme.
Menu Rahmah helps cut food inflation, says minister
Salahuddin Ayub says inflation for food outside the home has dropped from 9.6% to 9.3% since the initiative was introduced in January.
Govt announces discounts on raw goods for Menu Rahmah operators
Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim says this will help ensure the sustainability of the initiative.
Roadside burger stalls flounder as fast food giants join Menu Rahmah
They say they cannot compete with the cheaper meals offered by known industry players.
Questions on the role of govt as private sector roped in for projects
From Menu Rahmah to the KL-Singapore HSR project, questions have been raised on letting the private sector take the lead.
Food premises offering Menu Rahmah to double in March, says minister
The domestic trade and cost of living minister says he has received no reports so far that the food offered through the initiative is of low quality or not nutritious.
PN MP apologises after linking Menu Rahmah to diseases
Kapar MP Dr Halimah Ali says she only intends to speak on behalf of the people and act as a check and balance for the government.
Menu Rahmah for all, says minister Salahuddin
He says the programme benefits all Malaysians regardless of income and living standard.
MPs trade barbs over Menu Rahmah programme
The dispute was sparked by a question on the viability of the government's affordable food programme.
Fast food chains interested in joining Menu Rahmah, says minister
Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister Salahuddin Ayub says several major international fast food chains will make their decisions next week.