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Thailand:Royal Cliff Hotels Group opening a Halal certified kitchen

| 10/05/2011 | Reply
Thailand:Royal Cliff Hotels Group opening a Halal certified kitchen

The need to cater to the various patrons of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group has prompted the management to come up with this highly welcomed initiative for the benefit of all Muslim travelers.

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Canada: Global Halal Food Market

| 09/05/2011 | Reply
Canada: Global Halal Food Market

Global Halal Food Market May 2011 The Government of Canada has prepared this report based on primary and secondary sources of information. Readers should take note that the Government of Canada does not guarantee the accuracy of any of the information contained in this report, nor does it necessarily endorse the organizations listed herein. Readers […]

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Turkey Eyes Halal Industry Share

| 09/05/2011 | Reply
Turkey Eyes Halal Industry Share

Seeking a greater share of the halal industry pie, Turkey is concentrating its efforts to get a lion’s share of the growing global market, hoping it will contribute to a boom in the Turkish economy.

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The rise of Pakistan in the global meat trade

| 09/05/2011 | Reply
The rise of Pakistan in the global meat trade

At a time when Pakistani businessmen have a hard time selling even high-quality products to foreign customers due to Pakistan’s negative country brand, meat processing companies report customers practically begging for Pakistani red meat to be exported to countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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Malaysia: Pig DNA found in popular Halal meat product

| 08/05/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Pig DNA found in popular Halal meat product

The Malaysian Islamic Development Department (JAKIM) has found traces of pig DNA in meat products supplied by Lucky Food Processing resulting in the revocation of its Halal certification with immediate effect.

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Canada: Supermarket speaks language of Halal

| 08/05/2011 | Reply
Canada: Supermarket speaks language of Halal

Sunny Foodmart is owned by three Chinese Canadians who have stocked food from a multitude of cultures and reached out to Muslim customers with a certified halal meat counter.

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Thailand: Thai research projects win World Halal Research Excellence Awards

| 02/05/2011 | Reply
Thailand: Thai research projects win World Halal Research Excellence Awards

Two research studies from Chulalongkorn University won World Halal Research Excellence awards at the recent World Halal Research Summit 2011. The top award was given to the HAL-Q system developed by Chulalongkorn University’s Halal Science Center.

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NZ: Halal slaughtermen meet in city

| 02/05/2011 | Reply
NZ: Halal slaughtermen meet in city

A celebration was planned to mark New Zealand winning the Halal Journal Award, the first non-Muslim country to achieve this. The union nominated the New Zealand Food Safety Authority for the award, which recognises New Zealand as having the best halal system in place.

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Pakistan: Pakistan, Mauritius sign Halal food agreement

| 28/04/2011 | Reply
Pakistan: Pakistan, Mauritius sign Halal food agreement

Pakistan and Mauritius have signed an agreement for the promotion of Halal industry, research and education and export of Halal goods to Mauritius, the Pakistan Halal Food Council said Tuesday.

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Australia: Camel Meat Exports Aim to Turn Pest into Profit

| 26/04/2011 | Reply
Australia: Camel Meat Exports Aim to Turn Pest into Profit

As populations and food needs grow across the Middle East, one Egyptian businessman has spotted a niche export opportunity for Australia: camel meat.

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USA: Midamar executive speaks about Halal opportunities

| 26/04/2011 | Reply
USA: Midamar executive speaks about Halal opportunities

The challenges of serving the Halal market begins with the identification of the Halal consumer. How are Halal consumers defined and who are they? That answer is difficult in secular countries, as the Halal consumer could be from any one of 56 Islamic countries or simply be native of the secular state.

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Sino-Malaysian J-V established to target Muslim market

| 24/04/2011 | Reply
Sino-Malaysian J-V established to target Muslim market

Northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region has revealed ambitions of expanding the overseas presence of its Muslim product industry by establishing a Sino-Malaysian Joint Venture specializing in developing products for the Muslim market. The Ningxia-Fahim International Halal Industry Co. Ltd., which started operations Wednesday, was invested jointly by Ningxia Agricultural Comprehensive Investment Co. Ltd. (NACI) […]

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Plan to label ritually slaughtered meat angers religious groups

| 24/04/2011 | Reply
Plan to label ritually slaughtered meat angers religious groups

MEPs’ initiative to label meat from animals that have not been stunned before slaughter will be voted on in June.

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Thailand: Thaifex – World of Food Asia 2011

| 23/04/2011 | Reply
Thailand: Thaifex – World of Food Asia 2011

THAIFEX – World of Food ASIA 2011, which includes Thai Halal Food and Halal Conference, aims to once again underline that, with internationally renowned food-producing capabilities and service excellence, the Thai food industry is well prepared and able to steer the country to become one of the most prominent food exposition hubs in Asia Pacific.

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UK: UAE Royal guests attend UK export meeting

| 23/04/2011 | Reply
UK: UAE Royal guests attend UK export meeting

As part of the visit, the Al Mualla ruling family of Umm Al Qaiwain and UAE trade representatives, discussed certification of meat in the UK to ensure that Halal principles on the slaughter line are compliant with UAE standards.

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EU: EU wants to label ritually slaughtered meat ‘slaughter without stunning’

| 21/04/2011 | Reply
EU: EU wants to label ritually slaughtered meat ‘slaughter without stunning’

New EU proposals have steered away from labelling meat from ritually slaughtered animals as Halal or Shechita to avoid causing religious offence, instead opting for the label of “meat from slaughter without stunning”.

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Malaysia: New herbal mouthwash could prevent oral cancer

| 20/04/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: New herbal mouthwash could prevent oral cancer

A mouthwash that may help prevent mouth cancer has been developed by researchers at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). The plant based product could provide a non-alcoholic alternative to conventional products for the Islamic market.

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Malaysia: HDC to guide SMEs on Jakim certification

| 20/04/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: HDC to guide SMEs on Jakim certification

Chief executive officer Datuk Seri Jamil Bidin said under the MoU, the corporation would provide training and guidance for small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to apply for halal certificates from Jakim.

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Malaysia: Palm oil base for pharmaceutical & cosmetic products

| 18/04/2011 | Reply
Malaysia: Palm oil base for pharmaceutical & cosmetic products

Oleopharma Sdn Bhd, in partnership with Redhacare Sdn Bhd, University of Malaya, Malaysia and Imed Lab Sdn Bhd are introducing a robust and natural base cream for use in the production of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products – in a semi solid dosage form. This product is known as HAMIN™.

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Canada: Kraft calls on star chefs to capture immigrant market

| 13/04/2011 | Reply
Canada: Kraft calls on star chefs to capture immigrant market

Major North American food companies have been expanding their overseas markets for decades. But targeting ethnic consumers on home turf is still relatively uncharted territory. Industry analysts say that’s changing, as shifting demographics in Canada force mainstream food companies to recognize new growth opportunities among domestic minority groups.

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