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7-Eleven launches SEA-inspired foods in Singapore

One of its meal additions is a Malaysian Sarawak Style Kolo Mee.

7-Eleven is expanding its 7-Select brand range of meals and snacks with a halal-certified ready-to-eat menu inspired by some Southeast Asian classics in Singapore starting 3 March, the company announced in a press release.

One of the meals is a signature dish from Malaysia, a Sarawak Style Kolo Mee, which uses chicken instead of pork to come up with this halal certified version. Another is an Indonesian Style Noodles with Fried Chicken.

For snacks, 7-Eleven is offering Chicken Gyoza. It will also launch its Ham and Omelette Sandwich on 10 March.
 

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