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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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The report firstly introduced the Halal Meat Market Market basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on.
"The issue of halal meat has been debated at length at council and has included questions from the public.
class="MsoNormalThe Mothas refused to let KMC have a board member at Halal Meat Products, fuelling a war.
The region's annual food imports are expected to double from $25.8 billion in 2010 to $53 billion in 2020, with total imports of halal meat exceeding 1 million metric tons on an annual basis.
The guests will taste food prepared with high-quality Pakistani halal meat, fresh vegetables, and kinnow mandarins from Pakistan.
My friends asked me, 'why are you not doing this quality in Halal meat, so we can also eat your meat?'
The children are given halal meat without being told, their parents are not informed and a veil of secrecy covers what is on their plate.
Meanwhile, Chairman of All Pakistan Meat Exporters and Processors Association (APMEPA), Nasib Ahmad Saifi has urged the government to provide the export sector of halal meat and products a level-playing field to win a prominent place in the international market.
A spokesman for Premium Halal Meat & Poultry denied that they had dumped the raw meat.
Thus, at present in many Muslim countries, Halal meat, poultry, dairy products and other foods are predominantly imported from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and America.
FOR the past few weeks the news has been full of stories of how some supermarkets, restaurants and takeaways have been using halal meat without actually telling consumers.
This would mean that it would be compulsory for sellers of Halal meat, whether they are a supermarket, restaurant, takeaway or any other seller to clearly state this on the packaging or menu (as applicable).