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Category: Meat & Poultry

Denmark: Muslims want independent body to supervise halal slaughter

| 19/09/2011 | Reply
Denmark: Muslims want independent body to supervise halal slaughter

The Danish Islamic Faith Society and 35 other Muslim associations joined together to stop what they say is non-halal meat (stun bolt) sold as halal.

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USA: Midamar Halal Foods Receives USDA Distinguished Community Service Award

| 17/09/2011 | Reply
USA: Midamar Halal Foods Receives USDA Distinguished Community Service Award

Midamar was the first company in America to receive the USDA award “For exemplary work in providing Halal food options for Muslims in America and around the world”.

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Brunei: MoU signing with Sarawak signals more economic, technical cooperation

| 16/09/2011 | Reply
Brunei: MoU signing with Sarawak signals more economic, technical cooperation

Second Minister of Planning and Resource Management and Minister of Public Utilities Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan welcomed the signing of the MoU that also covered telecommunications, transportation, tourism, halal hub, agriculture and fisheries.

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Malaysia: Haoyue Group Invests RM350 Million In Halal Industry In Melaka

| 15/09/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Haoyue Group Invests RM350 Million In Halal Industry In Melaka

The group has agreed to invest in processing agricultural products; beef; beverages; and daily essentials needed by Muslims; apart from in the canned food industry and frozen food, said Invest Melaka general manager Ramli Mohd Ali.

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Republic of Tatarstan capitalizes on its Muslim heritage

| 14/09/2011 | Reply
Republic of Tatarstan capitalizes on its Muslim heritage

The Republic of Tatarstan, a Muslim-majority region, has proved to be an interesting investment destination for funds with Muslim shareholders or that are based in Muslim countries. The Malaysian private equity firm Amanah Raya Capital Group, has launched several projects the republic. Their first project was the Kazan Halal Hub.

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Pakistan: Pakistan urges Malaysia to expand import base of Pak products

| 12/09/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: Pakistan urges Malaysia to expand import base of Pak products

Pakistan and Malaysia have agreed to enhance bilateral economic cooperation and explore avenues for joint ventures in a host of sectors, including agriculture, construction and Halal industry at the first ever meeting of the Pakistan Malaysia Joint Committee on Review of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries.

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US business mission eyes Saudi agro-food deals

| 12/09/2011 | Reply
US business mission eyes Saudi agro-food deals

The mission consists of top companies specializing in agricultural production, irrigation, livestock breeding, processed and halal food, organic fertilizers, soil treatment, animal feed and feed additives, land-use mapping, and low water use grass seeds.

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Opinion: Uncommon alliances: Muslim and Jew, left and right

| 02/09/2011 | Reply
Opinion: Uncommon alliances: Muslim and Jew, left and right

In October, the Dutch Senate will consider the ban on ritual slaughter enacted by the parliament’s lower house in June 2011. Self-described as “an institution that pays little heed to ideas which happen to be fashionable at the time,” the Senate has no one party that holds a majority. It will therefore be interesting to see whether it is able to protect religious freedom or succumb to the pressure to limit it through this law.

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Turkey: Turkish companies’ eye on $1 trillion halal food market

| 01/09/2011 | Reply
Turkey: 	 Turkish companies’ eye on $1 trillion halal food market

The TSE announced in June that it would start issuing halal certificates this fall. According to the TSE, interest from Turkish food companies, mainly meat producers, is high as more than 20 applications for a halal certificate from the TSE came in last month.

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Australia: Call for meat slaughter method labelling

| 26/08/2011 | Reply
Australia: Call for meat slaughter method labelling

Senator Bernardi said he wanted labels on packaging to explain whether meat had been slaughtered according to rituals and whether stun guns were used.

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Pakistan: Advertisements for Halal food on the rise

| 24/08/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: Advertisements for Halal food on the rise

Currently, Pakistan has no laws on halal product certification but in March 2011 a team of Malaysian experts in halal certification visited the country to advise the Sindh government on creating a regulatory framework for halal certification.

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Halal food market is estimated at US$500 billion per year

| 09/08/2011 | Reply
Halal food market is estimated at US$500 billion per year

An overview on Halal in France, Russia, USA, UK and Europe. As numbers grow, Muslims continue to maintain purchasing habits that align with their Islamic faith. Muslims want to be able to look at a product and see a recognizable Halal logo. There is an increasing demand for products that are inclusive.

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France: Possible French parliamentary debate on Halal meats?

| 09/08/2011 | Reply
France: Possible French parliamentary debate on Halal meats?

Eight French municipal representatives have made a request for a parliamentary commission on the halal meat market following a polemical documentary aired by Canal + at the beginning of the month of Ramadan.

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UK: Stunning Arguments

| 05/08/2011 | Reply
UK: Stunning Arguments

When it comes to halal, it’s all about trust, according to some in the trade, but with a lack of labelling and the constant debate over stunning, that trust might be hard to come by.

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France: Clamour for health drives French chilled foods

| 05/08/2011 | Reply
France: Clamour for health drives French chilled foods

Chilled processed food was one of the best performers within the broader French packaged food market in both value and volume terms in 2010. Sales were underpinned by strong demand for natural products beneficial to health and wellbeing, combined with increased innovation and consumers eating in more regularly.

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Opinion: Halal slaughter: Islamic Method vs Western Method

| 03/08/2011 | Reply
Opinion: Halal slaughter: Islamic Method vs Western Method

The following comments from Dr Jawad Hidmi will support his scientific point on the topic of Islamic slaughter and will be based only on the scientific explanation and evidence, away from religion, belief and doctrine. Also away from politics.

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Oman: A’Saffa Foods hosts visit by Arab Investment and Development Agricultural Authority

| 31/07/2011 | Reply
Oman: A’Saffa Foods hosts visit by Arab Investment and Development Agricultural Authority

The President of the Arab Investment and Development Authority Mr. Ali Al Sharan visited the chicken farms of A’Saffa Foods at Thumrait in Southern Oman. Mr. Ali Al Sharan toured the company’s world class state of the art chicken producing facility that covers a 50-acre site and comprises nine separate farms.

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Malaysia: Sufficient Supply Of Food, Chicken During Ramadan, Aidilfitri

| 29/07/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Sufficient Supply Of Food, Chicken During Ramadan, Aidilfitri

Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar said a meeting held with the representatives of chicken breeders last Monday had convinced the ministry to increase the national chicken production by between 15 and 20 per cent.

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Canada: Where’s the beef… from?

| 29/07/2011 | Reply
Canada: Where’s the beef… from?

We love our beef, we humans, so we share our planet with a heck of a lot of cattle. According to Gira, an international market research group, almost a billion beef cattle are being raised for dinner tables worldwide, about 12.3 million of them in Canada, primarily in Alberta and Saskatchewan. That’s about one head of beef for every three Canadians.

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Opinion: Ending cruelty against animals has its price

| 29/07/2011 | Reply
Opinion: Ending cruelty against animals has its price

The ball is now in the hands of the Indonesian Meat Producers and Feedlot Association who will work together with government officials from both countries, as well as the Meat and Livestock Australia to ensure best practices in Indonesian slaughterhouses.

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