Fast food brand delivers bubur lambuk, compassion

(From third left) Masjid Wilayah acting Imam Besar Osman Abu Bakar and Chan with Marrybrown staff kickstarting the bubur lambuk initiative at the mosque.

Marrybrown is exemplifying the spirit of compassion and generosity by distributing over 20,000 servings of bubur lambuk nationwide.

The community engagement under its “MB Kasih Ramadan” initiative aims to touch the lives of those in need and deepen bonds with the local community.

Marrybrown launched its initiative at the beginning of Ramadan at Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan in Kuala Lumpur, attended by Federal Territory Islamic Affairs (Jawi) department director Mohd Ajib Ismail, and would continue until April 2.

Marrybrown chief executive officer Daniel Chan reiterated the brand’s commitment to community welfare, stating, “As a proud Malaysian brand, the tradition of bubur lambuk during Ramadan holds profound significance for us.

“Through our efforts, we aim to enhance the Ramadan experience for all, fostering unity and solidarity within our community.”

Malaysians may refer to Marrybrown’s distribution location for each state through the brand’s Facebook page and on other social media platforms.

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