All Mr Bean Outlets in S’pore Are Now Officially Halal-Certified

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If there’s one thing that all Singaporeans love, it’s having more choices when it comes to food.

And it’s certainly the case for our Muslim friends now, with all Mr Bean outlets in Singapore obtaining halal certification.

With 64 Mr Bean outlets spread out across the island, there’s no doubt that breakfast, lunch, dinner or even teatime will become much more convenient for everyone.

All Outlets are Now Halal-Certified

According to a Facebook post uploaded by The Halal Eater yesterday (9 June), Mr Bean has officially attained halal certification from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS).

MUIS’ website also indicates that all 64 Mr Bean outlets are now included in the database of halal-certified restaurants in Singapore.

According to the MUIS website, halal-certified brands can carry out the following:

  • Tap into the global Halal industry, worth more than US$2.1 trillion.
  • Increase competitive advantage in the worldwide market
  • Provide Muslim customers with a higher level of assurance
  • Leverage on a low-cost investment with a large potential for revenue growth
  • Increase the company’s reputation for being able to accommodate a wide range of consumer needs.

Mr Bean’s Menu

Apart from soy milk, grass jelly and beancurd, Mr Bean also has other trademark items on its menus.

Mr Bean sells small round pancakes with different nine fillings such as red bean, egg mayo and even hazelnut, and there’s definitely a flavour for everyone out there.

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Apart from the classic beancurd, Mr Bean also has a sea salt gula melaka version for those who’d like to try something a little more adventurous.

Mr Bean also has other items such as porridge and rice bowls, as well as dessert riceballs in oatmeal and ginger soup.

They even have dairy-free soy ice cream too, which I bet you didn’t know about.

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