Limited-edition petite tin for popcorn lovers this Hari Raya

The artfully designed petite tin is a collector’s item for fans.

Give the gift of Garrett in true Malaysian spirit this Hari Raya, with the limited-edition Malaysia Petite Tin.

Available until May 30, you can get the beautifully designed tin from Garrett popcorn shops or order it from #GarrettDelivery.

“The Malaysia Petite Tin is a perfect gift for Hari Raya celebration, ” said Garrett Popcorn Shops Worldwide senior marketing vice-president Adrienne Kardosh.

“I am especially excited about this giftable tin because our Malaysia shop team members, led by Stephanie Chu, artfully designed it using our signature stripes in red and gold, and overlaid intricate leafy batik motifs.

“Malaysian icons and famous landmarks, such as wau bulan (traditional kite), the Petronas Twin Towers, Sultan Abdul Samad building and Kuala Lumpur Tower are also incorporated into the design, making the Malaysia Petite Tin a beautiful collector’s item.”

Chu, who is also Garrett Popcorn Shops Malaysia senior operations manager, said: “Fans can fill the Malaysia Petite Tin with Garrett signature recipes, especially our world-famous Chicago Mix.

“A unique sweet-salty blend of our CaramelCrisp and CheeseCorn recipes, it is a treat like no other that is worth sharing with family and friends, to enhance their Hari Raya celebration, ” she said.

Certified halal by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim), Garrett popcorn is available for nationwide delivery, giving fans the chance to send the gift of Garrett to their family and friends.

#GarrettDeliveryMY orders can be made via WhatsApp at 018-253 1966, from 10am to 8pm daily.

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