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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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The scope of the Halal sector covers a wide range of items such as food, pharmaceutical, health, food supplements and toiletries, the statement said
But with a trillion dollar opportunity available, Halal is not an opportunity to be ignored on the road to becoming an Islamic economic hub.
Halal consumption is not limited only to the Muslim population; other consumer goods are seeking halal food due to halal food's excellent reputation for healthy and safe food products, and the humane treatment of animals.
Both Malaysia Airlines and INHART believe that this understanding will bring about the enhancement of the MAS Halal Manual & Standard Operating Procedure whilst providing the students of INHART a valuable practical experience.
Owner of Grill 'n' Shake, Mabs Noor, said: "I recognised that Cardiff is extremely culturally diverse and felt that there was a gap in the market for a restaurant which offered classic American dishes but with an Islamic twist, which is provided by the halal meat.
Singapore is also vying to create value with its Singapore Halal Brand.
However, Japanese companies have been slow to tap the halal market, which has so far attracted mainly the big Japanese brands that cater to the global market, such as seasoning maker Ajinomoto, drinks maker Pokka and yoghurt drink maker Yakult.
Despite the focus on fresh, consumers said there were certain types of currently unavailable pre-prepared and processed halal product they would like to buy.
Upon the launch of halal cosmetics, the next logical step would be the creation of halal spas.
Mr Bracken said a number of retailers and foodservice chain have recently entered the Halal food area.
The meat was being sold off as halal because the slaughter method was not usually printed on labels.
We are starting to see that these products are not just in specialty shops but are also starting to get into the mainstream of modern retailers," said Van Dijk, pointing to Britain's Tesco and France's Carrefour, which stock halal goods.