All Auntie Anne’s Outlets in S’pore Are Now Halal-Certified

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Every time you walk past an Auntie Anne’s outlet, you’ll find yourself unconsciously turning your head.

That’s because you want to catch another whiff of the baked pretzel fragrance wafting out from the store.

Unfortunately, for our Muslim friends, that was all they could do because it wasn’t halal-certified.

But, well, guess what? If you’re a Muslim friend who’ve always wanted to try Auntie Anne’s famed pretzels for yourself, I’ve got great news for you:

All Auntie Anne’s Outlets in S’pore Are Now Halal-Certified

On 1 Dec 2021, the iconic pretzel chain announced that all eight of their outlets in Singapore are now halal-certified.

Image: Facebook (Auntie Anne’s Singapore)

While it was tough trying to obtain the certificate, especially during the pandemic, they are happy to finally do it to serve their Muslim customers.

Confirmed By HalalHub Consultants Pte Ltd

HalalHub Consultants Pte Ltd, as their name suggests, is an F&B consultant that helps establishments that want to serve halal food obtain their certification.

And it seems they had a part to play in Auntie Anne’s obtaining its halal certification.

So if you’re glad that you can eat Auntie Anne’s food now, you know who to thank.


To celebrate the milestone, Auntie Anne’s is also conducting a giveaway to lucky people.

All you have to do is to like their Facebook post (link here), share it and tag two friends in the comment sections.

10 lucky winners will walk away with a free cheezy turkey pretzel.

You can read the post in full below:

Thus far, the post has received over 120 comments so be prepared for stiff competition.


But hey, as far as we know, the choice of winners seems to be done by humans, so jazz it up as much as this person here:

Image: Facebook (Auntie Anne’s Singapore)

And you might just find yourself walking away a winner.

Of course, you can also tag two more friends for an additional entry into the giveaway.

Auntie Anne’s 

Currently, there are eight Auntie Anne’s outlets in Singapore:

  • AMK Hub
  • NEX
  • Northpoint
  • Paya Lebar Quarters
  • Parkway Parade
  • Plaza Singapura
  • Vivo City
  • Jewel

Yes, unfortunately, there aren’t any outlets in the west.

However, there’s plenty in town so you might want to catch them next time you’re in for some shopping and chilling.


On a side note, Auntie Anne’s isn’t just halal-certified but vegan-friendly too. Their products are all made from scratch and freshly baked daily.

And to top it all off, it’s affordable as well with prices starting from S$3.30.

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Feature Image: Facebook (HalalHub Consultants Pte Ltd / Auntie Anne’s Singapore)

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