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Retailers and brands target ethnic markets

| 16/09/2009 | Reply
Retailers and brands target ethnic markets

LONDON – A growing number of mainstream clothing, fast-food and confectionery brands are developing products for ethic groups.

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Italian dining experience – the halal way

| 18/04/2009 | Reply
Italian dining experience – the halal way

This is an article on a new Halal restaurant concept in the UK bringing Halal Italian food for the first time to the Muslim community of Bradford. This is not just for whetting their appetite for European food but also for health reasons, to combat the problems of diabetes in the Asian Community, by offering Mediterranean food.

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Protestors boycott Manchester Halal Subway

| 20/01/2009 | Reply
Protestors boycott Manchester Halal Subway

PROTESTORS have launched an internet
campaign asking people to boycott a sandwich retailer for only stocking
Halal meat in two of its stores in Manchester.

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UK Company’s interest to be active in Halal Certification filed

| 06/11/2008 | Reply
UK Company’s interest to be active in Halal Certification filed

The Board of Directors of Ics Registrars company announced their
interest for common activity in the fields of documentation of audit
system, and Halal certification according to the regulations of ISO17021
concluding codex and necessary practical methods, the auditing of check
list, evaluation methods, holding free training of Halal common laws
and Hygiene and safety of food products, like, issuance of common Halal
certificate among ICRIC and Ics Register with common signature and
mutual certifying in England and ICRIC.

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Halal tourism tipped to rise as World Travel Market opens

| 16/11/2007 | Reply
Halal tourism tipped to rise as World Travel Market opens

New trends identified at the opening of the World Travel Market 2007 in the UK
included the rise of Halal tourism in the Middle East, the role of
mobile phones in revolutionizing the Asian travel industry and the
growth of “voluntourism.”

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