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A term that is Arabic for 'permissible'; certain foods are not allowed under Islamic law; thus Muslims follow a Halal diet, just as Jews follows a Kosher diet

ha·lal

(hah-lahl)
Denotes food that was prepared in accord with the dietary laws required in observant Muslims; it forbids consumption of some foods and drink (e.g., ethanol) altogether and dictates how Muslim butchers prepare meats and poultry.

halal

(hă-lăl′)
Pert. to food prepared and served according to Muslim dietary laws.
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The industry needs modern and hygienic slaughter houses that can meet international standards for export of chilled or frozen red meat to the countries where demand for halal meat is growing.
What is Muslim population or other Halal meat consumers: It is an obvious fact that Muslim population in Arabian countries is the basic driver of Halal meat but at the same time Halal meat has got increased acceptability in even non-Muslims living in these countries[15].
This would mean that it would be compulsory for sellers of Halal meat, whether they are a | origins supermarket, restaurant, takeaway or any other seller to clearly state this on the packaging or menu (as applicable).
To be clear here, I'm not angry just because supermarkets haven't been up front about the fact they're selling halal meat.
Others chains, such as Subway and Sainsbury's, sell halal meat but mention it on labels and menus.
He added: "If restaurants didn't let their customers know that they're selling halal meat they wouldn't get the benefit of people wanting to go there.
Zaid Khan, a blogger, urged Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries to import halal meat from Muslim countries such as Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia.
This growth is reflected in the number of stores selling halal meat -- from 10 outlets in 1970 to over 2,300 in 2012.
In conjunction with Awqaf New Zealand, Noor Awqaf has forged links with New Zealand's meat producers and processors to secure a robust supply chain of quality Halal meat for distribution by aid agencies at times of natural disasters or civil emergencies.
The Prison Service yesterday launched an urgent investigation after a number of Halal meat pies and pasties supplied to jails were found to contain traces of pork DNA.
In 2010, the paper revealed schools, hospitals and restaurants were serving halal meat to unwitting customers.
But now, Muslims living in the UK have a certified online store they can use to buy Halal meat in confidence.