UPDATED 2:00pm 8 February 2013. A spokesperson from Dairy Farm, which owns the retail brand Guardian, has said in an email to Yahoo! Singapore Thursday that the store received verbal approval on Wednesday to put their family planning items back on display at their store at the National University of Singapore.
Guardian will resell them once they receive official confirmation from NUS management.
In a related move, 7-Eleven, which is also under Dairy Farm, has also written to NUS to confirm that their outlet can now stock family planning products.
By Luna Pham
Three things one cannot get from stores at the National University of Singapore? Tobacco, alcohol and, now, contraceptives.
Condoms were pulled off the shelves at Guardian’s branch at NUS on Monday, sparking raging online discussion over the right of students to have access to contraceptives on campus.
“I got the notice last Monday before work to remove the condoms from the shelves and tape the 'Family Planning' sign,” saidRead More »from Removal of condoms from store at NUS stirs debate