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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 DTI-EMB, as the secretariat of the Philippine Halal Export Board, will conduct the activity to lay out the strategic plan for Philippine exports of halal products and services at the Marco Polo Hotel in Davao City on February 1.
Although Muslims only account for 5 percent of Olympic delegations, Shinsegae Food, the official catering provider for the event, has prepared the halal food zone in the Olympic venue.
But it also became a standard of quality for non-Muslim consumers because halal products are healthier - no alcohol and no pork or pork-derived products.
Shayma Zenaida Hadji Raof Laidan, Chairperson of the World Halal Assembly Philippines and Regional Director of DOST XII, mentioned in her welcoming remarks that more and more people each year are attending the halal forums and are beginning to patronize the halal products.
Another reason for the tremendous acceptance of Halal within the global population is the process of assimilation.
This agreement is an important initial step for the country that, apart from being home to a good number of Muslims, is also looking to capture a share in the flourishing industry of Halal," said Mohammed Saleh Badri, Secretary-General of IHAF.
The agency said being a full member of the IHAF gives DTI-PAB voting rights at the general assembly and committee meetings that could be highly beneficial to the Philippine halal industry.
Not only eating but issues of medicines and beverages are required to be addressed when it comes to Halal Food' Imam-e-Kaab said.
Speaking in the ceremony, Saudi Ambassador, Nawaf Saeed Al-Malki said that Halal food was a best trade and its access to all Muslims was an important responsibility.
Amina Ahmed Mohammed, chief executive officer of the Emirates International Accreditation Centre (EIAC), officially opened the ninth edition of the show at Roda Al Bustan Hotel, two days after Malaysia officially recognised the UAE's 'Halal Products Control System' national certificates and the national Halal mark issued by the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA), which will boost the UAE's $20 billion (Dh73 billion) annual Halal imports.
GCC's thriving Halal products market, which accounts for $50 billion worth of annual imports, received a major fillip from an industry showcase that opened in Dubai, attracting more than 4,000 trade visitors from 40 countries.
We have witnessed a strong response from the Chinese manufacturers - who are taking Halal products and distribution more seriously," Ahmed said.