Food and Business Solutions

YRI Food and Business Solutions Division manages three business units within Changi Prison Complex (CPC): Business Outsourcing, Bakery, and Kitchen.

Business Outsourcing

YRI Business Outsourcing unit works closely with local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to undertake sub-contracting jobs such as post-print production, data entry services, sub-assembly and quality inspection.



Yellow Ribbon Bakery manufactures sandwich loaves and artisanal products. As a Halal-certified Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), it supplies bakery products to external customers which include hospitals, airlines, restaurants and retail bakeries. The Bakery had been awarded Grade ‘A’ by the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) since 2008. The Bakery is also HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) certified.



The Central Kitchens managed by YRI provide meals for inmates as well as personnel working inside prison. All kitchens have been awarded Grade ‘A’ by the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) and are Halal- certified.



YRI has two purpose-built laundries located at Changi Prison Complex and at Loyang Way. Both laundries operate all year round to provide a total linen management service to its customers.

Laundry processes are in compliance with ISO 9001:2015 standards, and adhere to the Australian/New Zealand Standard Laundry Practice (AS/NZS 4146:2000).

Commercial Laundry Services

YRI has extensive experience supporting the healthcare industry, providing laundry services for ward and operating theatre linen, ensuring compliance with infection control and accreditation standards. Hospitality laundry services include room linen, F&B linen, staff uniform and guest laundry.


Linen Hire Services

YRI sources for and supplies brand new linen at competitive prices so that our customers can reduce their setup costs of purchasing new linen. These linen cycles back to the laundries after use; where they will be sorted, cleaned, dried, folded or ironed before being returned to customers.


Selarang Halfway House

Selarang Halfway House (SHWH) is a secular residential, step-down facility set up to offer a transitional residential programme as part of the Mandatory Aftercare Scheme (MAS). SHWH commenced operations since January 2017.

Adopting a multi-pronged approach anchored upon relevant theories and evidenced-based practices, SHWH aims to provide appropriate supervision and facilitate the gradual reintegration of its residents by easing their transition from prison to community.

Through its regime and programmes, SHWH focuses on strengthening key reintegration factors such as accommodation, employment, family and social support, and pro-social leisure and recreation. SHWH hopes to prevent re-offending by developing relapse prevention plans with supervisees in a realistic community setting.