A&W Singapore announced Nov 10 on Facebook that its two outlets are now halal-certified.
A&W Singapore is now halal-certified, giving Singaporeans who have never tried the fast-food chain a chance to finally do so.
The announcement was made on Tuesday (Nov 10) by A&W Singapore on its Facebook page.
In the post, the fast-food chain wrote: “A&W Restaurants Singapore is pleased to announce that both our outlets in Jewel Changi Airport and AMK Hub have been officially certified Halal by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS).”
The American fast-food chain, which was founded in 1923, is known for its curly fries and root beer floats.
A&W was the first fast-food restaurant to open in Singapore in 1966 before pulling out in 2003. A&W returned to Singapore in 2019 with two outlets at Jewel and AMK Hub.
A third outlet will open at Canberra Plaza in the near future.
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