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halal

, hallal
1. meat from animals that have been killed according to Muslim law
2. of or relating to such meat
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Under the strict interpretation of CPA you potentially would have a claim if you were to buy a food product that unbeknown to you contained Halal meat.
Spokesman Simon Calvert said: "Businesses are respecting the freedom of conscience of Muslim consumers by providing halal meat.
The Halal meat relief aid project is the first initiative to be launched following the recent announcement by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, of Dubai's intention to establish the emirate as the capital of the Islamic economy.
Members of the Church of England have complained that the spread of halal meat was 'effectively spreading Sharia law' across the UK.
Muslims in the UK have for many years expressed deep concerns as to the authenticity of Halal meat and poultry supplies, due to the excessive deception and false labelling of Halal in the industry.
Fresh meat accounted for the vast bulk of halal meat bought, with about 80% of respondents saying they bought fresh meat direct from the butcher's counter.
The party criticised the serving of halal meat saying it is "unprecedented
Summary: French police are investigating claims that a burger chain serving only halal meat in restaurants with a strong Muslim clientele is discriminating against other customers.
Shop after shop advertises halal meat with colourful signs in Arabic, English and Greek.
Halal meat recently came under the spotlight when Domino's Pizza chose one of its stores in Birmingham - the branch in Hall Green - to become its first halal-only shop in the UK.
Many outbound travellers now carry a can of lamb curry or ground beef during short trips to non-Muslim nations, where it's hard to find halal meat that comes from animals slaughtered according to Islamic rules.