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Category: Meat & Poultry

UK: One Stop Halal opens 200,000 sq ft plant to tap growth in halal foods

| 25/07/2014 | Reply
UK:  One Stop Halal opens 200,000 sq ft plant to tap growth in halal foods

Steve Ewels, a former Tesco Ethnic foods buyer formed a joint venture with chilled Halal food brand Shazans last April.

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Canada: Edmonton developing a taste for halal meat

| 22/07/2014 | Reply
Canada:  Edmonton developing a taste for halal meat

A report by the Alberta government shows that Muslim families spend about double the amount most Canadian households spend on meat.

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Opinion: Losing Halal Meat Market Synergies ?

| 21/07/2014 | Reply
Opinion: Losing Halal Meat Market Synergies ?

Achieving Global Halal Integrity is not only difficult to achieve, from time to time it may result in unforeseen side-effects.

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“The Islamization of Food” : A Demonstration of Fractures in French Society ?

| 14/07/2014 | Reply
“The Islamization of Food” : A Demonstration of Fractures in French Society ?

ASIDCOM is still concerned about setting standards with a real respect for Muslim’s religious right to select foods to meet their requirements.

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Malaysia: New halal detection kit that gives results in one minute

| 09/07/2014 | Reply
Malaysia: New halal detection kit that gives results in one minute

A new testing kit being developed by the University of Selangor (Unisel) in Malaysia will allow Malaysian Muslims to test foods for non-halal ingredients within a minute.

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Opinion: Inside The Growing Organic Halal Movement

| 09/07/2014 | Reply
Opinion: Inside The Growing Organic Halal Movement

Some Muslims are asking controversial questions about practices that go on in some parts of the mainstream halal industry.

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Australia: SWOT analysis exposes Asian opportunities for Australian exporters

| 08/07/2014 | Reply
Australia: SWOT analysis exposes Asian opportunities for Australian exporters

The Australian Food and Grocery Council has published a series of reports that it hopes will deepen the manufactured food industry’s understanding of the opportunities.

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UK: Quran doesn’t ban stunning animals, insists imam

| 07/07/2014 | Reply
UK: Quran doesn’t ban stunning animals, insists imam

A prominent imam has reignited the debate about ritual slaughter by urging the government to ban halal killing unless animals have been stunned first.

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UK: Disgust at Halal meat in school meals

| 04/07/2014 | Reply
UK: Disgust at Halal meat in school meals

An investigation by The Argus found catering companies had been providing unlabelled halal meat to schools in Brighton and across the county.

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Australia: Remedies for unauthorised use of a certification trade mark

| 02/07/2014 | Reply
Australia: Remedies for unauthorised use of a certification trade mark

The power to award additional damages under the Trade Marks Act is aimed not at compensation but deterrence.

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UAE: First experts’ committee called for Halal certification

| 30/06/2014 | Reply
UAE: First experts’ committee called for Halal certification

Accreditation Department at Dubai Municipality has organized the first meeting of experts’ committee for accreditation of halal slaughter certification authorities.

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Pakistan: Halal Food Zone to be set up in Faisalabad

| 26/06/2014 | Reply
Pakistan:  Halal Food Zone to be set up in Faisalabad

The processed Halal meat and food will be exported to international markets within a day, a concept which has not been introduced before.

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UK: Positive response from government to slaughter petition

| 24/06/2014 | Reply
UK: Positive response from government to slaughter petition

The e-petition is one of the fastest growing petitions on the HM Government website and reached 50,000 signatures in just two weeks.

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Opinion: Politics of religious animal slaughter

| 16/06/2014 | Reply
Opinion: Politics of religious animal slaughter

We are on the cusp of convergence on livestock treatment, prayer, slaughter, and traceability. Where is the dividing difference?

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Opinion: Blatant cruelty perpetrated on animals in the UK

| 13/06/2014 | Reply
Opinion: Blatant cruelty perpetrated on animals in the UK

HAB calls on BVA to explain why they continuously attack Muslim & Jewish slaughter methods with other blatant cruelty being done to animals in the UK.

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New Zealand-GCC free trade deal likely soon

| 13/06/2014 | Reply
New Zealand-GCC free trade deal likely soon

Optimism regarding the signing of a comprehensive free trade agreement (FTA) that will lower trade barriers between Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries.

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Canada: Muslim community cracking down on fake Halal foods

| 06/06/2014 | Reply
Canada: Muslim community cracking down on fake Halal foods

Canada’s growing Halal food industry has made it an attractive target for fraud – something that leaders in Canada’s Muslim community hope to end.

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UK: Defra delay stun legislation for poultry

| 23/05/2014 | Reply
UK: Defra delay stun legislation for poultry

After a judicial review was launched on behalf of over 20 abattoir operators, implementation of an EU regulation requiring increased currents is under further consideration.

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UK: Will people pay more to ensure their meat is not Halal?

| 19/05/2014 | Reply
UK: Will people pay more to ensure their meat is not Halal?

The vast majority of UK shoppers are not prepared to pay more to ensure they do not eat halal meat, research indicates.

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UK: Ethical, organic, safe: the other side of Halal food

| 18/05/2014 | Reply
UK: Ethical, organic, safe: the other side of Halal food

Many halal meat producers too often mirror the pitfalls of the mass food industry: expediency and cheapness rather than natural methods of farming and raising animals.

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