Category: Animal

Food Contact Packaging – Halal or Environmental Problems?

According to many industry reports, in 2019, around 85 per cent of the plastic produced worldwide was petroleum-derived (Statica). However, by 2030, it is expected petrochemical-based plastics will account for only 54.7 per cent of global plastics production, while recycled...

Halal chocolate: Pork DNA detected in imported confectionery in Bangladesh, researchers call for tighter guidelines

Pork DNA has been found in two confectionery products in Bangladesh, according to a study analysing 42 imported confectionery samples purchased from the Dhaka region. The confectionery samples were mainly chocolate (milk, dark or flavoured), candy and ice cream, from...

/ 2 March 2022

Halal Pastures – it must be good

Halal Pastures Farm Rock Tavern, NY Tomatoes are rarely the subject of passionate affection. But for Samer Saleh, who co-owns Halal Pastures Farm with his wife Diane, fervour for his plants is a reflection of his faith. Samer, like many...

Organic Halal meat makes inroads in Germany

The organic halal meat segment in the retail market is booming. The regulations require that animals are raised in living conditions accommodating their natural behaviours (like grazing on pasture), fed 100% organic feed and forage, and not administering antibiotics or...

/ 5 May 2021

Animal Diseases-Threat to humanity?

Animal-based product or ingredients requires extra control due to animal disease, which is a critical element for Halal. Halal, also means safe for human consumption. Halal management system control also includes the traceability of the origin of the ingredients. Some...

/ 22 July 2019

Why Halal Slaughtering is humane?

Lately, there is no mystery on the mistreatment of animals done by anyone including a Muslim. It is a behaviour that violates the normative rules, understandings, expectations of the religion itself. Islam and Halal is a system, a global faith...

/ 1 December 2016

Halal Educational Videos

The ‘Global Islamic Economy Report states that the halal food sector alone is estimated to grow to $2.537 trillion by 2019, up from $795 billion in 2014, a rise by 10.8 per cent every year until 2019, creating an international...

/ 2 May 2014