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Halal

Describing anything that is permissible in sharia, or Islamic law. The word most often refers to moral decisions or food items. However, it may also refer to investments acceptable to Islamic finance.
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Saifi concluding his discourse said that the Halal Meat Export industry which is in its infancy in Pakistan but competent at the same time should be given due priority.
Birmingham Environmental Health will look into this most recent complaint against Premium Halal Meat & Poultry Limited to determine if further offences are being committed.
It means that this industry now is preparing itself for entering in harsh competition of global Halal meat trade.
The demand for Halal meat is owed to both Muslim as well as non-Muslim populations in many non-Muslim countries [7].
In this instance, the problem with the product is that it simply 'is not what it says on the tin', as failing to tell consumers that a food product contains Halal meat represents a failure to adequately describe the product, which is a breach of the CPA.
No Muslim is bound by his or her religion to eat halal meat.
Since more leading stores - including Waitrose, Morrisons and Marks & Spencer - have been accused of stocking halal meat without telling shoppers, along with restaurant and fast-food chains, including Domino's and KFC.
Abbatoir operators in Wales were tight-lipped about their slaughter methods yesterday but Abdul-Azim Ahmed, a student of religion and theology at Cardiff University, said the sale of halal meat in Wales was widespread.
He advised Muslims to move to eat chicken and fish until they get halal meat.
Tza2u is a zabiha halal meat processor of raw and ready-to-cook food products with last mile supply chain logistics.
Soyler also stated that the Muslim population in the city preferred their restaurant's "iftar" and "sahur" programs particularly due to the halal meat.
Noor Awqaf, the Dubai-based joint venture between Noor Investment Group and the Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF), have launched a ground breaking humanitarian project that will give aid agencies around the world access to relief aid Halal meat at times of natural disasters and famine.