Auntie Anne’s Outlets In Singapore Are Now Halal-Certified
There is nothing quite like the aroma of freshly baked goods. Thankfully, Auntie Anne’s pretzels will no longer be a coveted yet unattainable snack for our Muslim friends.
On Wednesday (1 Dec), the pretzel brand announced that all of their outlets in Singapore are now halal-certified.
In a statement, they also shared that it was challenging to obtain the certification during the pandemic but is happy to finally serve their Muslim customers.
There are currently 8 Auntie Anne’s outlets in Singapore.
Applied for halal certification during the pandemic
According to a Facebook post by HalalHub Consultants Pte Ltd on Wednesday (1 Dec), all 8 Auntie Anne’s outlets in Singapore are halal-certified.
The consultancy shared that the halal certification application was particularly challenging due to the pandemic.
However, with the cooperation of all parties involved, the application was a resounding success.
Pretzel prices start from $3.30
Currently, there are 8 Auntie Anne’s outlets throughout Singapore:
- AMK Hub
- Paya Lebar Quarters
- Parkway Parade
- Plaza Singapura
All their pretzels are made from scratch and freshly baked daily, producing a mouthwatering aroma at many a mall in Singapore.
Their prices start from $3.30, making them an affordable yet comforting snack during afternoon breaks.
Muslim friends can enjoy more choices
It’s always good to hear that another household brand has received its halal certification.
With more options available to them, our Muslim friends will be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking their tea-time snack.
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