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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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Pakistan Partnership for Agricultural Market Development, USAID is working with the Pakistani private sector to boost the international competitiveness of high quality halal meat, off-season vegetables, and kinnow mandarins.
Through the US-Pakistan Partnership for Agricultural Market Development, USAID is working with the Pakistani private sector to boost the international competitiveness of high quality halal meat, off-season vegetables, and kinnow mandarins.
AQD apprised the meeting exports of processed halal meat to Islamic countries had risen to $214.
If I see a piece of Halal meat versus a piece of non- Halal meat, it looks different, better, and fresher.
He further said that keeping in view the perishable nature of the Processed Halal Meat and other products and specific dynamics of Meat Export business, animal Quarantine offices should be housed near slaughter houses.
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.
The present study has been designed to explore the future potential of Pakistani Halal meat in Arabian markets.
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).