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UK: Sheep processing film puts consumers in the picture

| 09/07/2016 | Reply
UK: Sheep processing film puts consumers in the picture

A film illustrating methods of sheep slaughter has been produced by AHDB Beef & Lamb to address a misunderstandings and to dispel myths around the practice.

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UK: TV show cooks up opportunities for Halal sector

| 07/07/2016 | Reply
UK: TV show cooks up opportunities for Halal sector

A TV show highlighting opportunities for lamb and beef in the Halal market is due to hit the airwaves as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb’s commitment to support the sector.

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UK: Arbitration on mechanical slaughter

| 01/07/2016 | Reply
UK: Arbitration on mechanical slaughter

The Muslim Arbitration Tribunal has confirmed that the arbitration hearing will take place 12pm on Saturday 16th July 2016.

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Opinion: Dairy ethical label market can grow by $4.6bn says Euromonitor

| 11/06/2016 | Reply
Opinion: Dairy ethical label market can grow by $4.6bn says Euromonitor

There is a growing movement towards sustainability, social responsibility and transparency on labels, says global market research company Euromonitor International with Halal on the top of the list.

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UK: AmazonFresh launch Haloodies Halal range

| 11/06/2016 | Reply
UK: AmazonFresh launch Haloodies Halal range

Amazon Prime users living within nearly 70 postcodes across East and Central London can now buy products from the Haloodies Halal range on Amazon.co.uk.

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UK: HFA to launch new label and logo certifying non-stun meat

| 09/06/2016 | Reply
UK: HFA to launch new label and logo certifying non-stun meat

The Halal Food Authority (HFA) is set to certify non-stun meat in a move that could cause major ramifications for the halal HFA logofood industry.

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UK: Importance of Consuming Religiously processed Meat

| 08/06/2016 | Reply
UK: Importance of Consuming Religiously processed Meat

This entails consuming religious processed meat and chicken and to ensure one checks what they are buying by asking how they meat and chicken processed (stunned or non stunned).

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BA Shares London’s Best Halal Restaurants for Travellers to break fast

| 07/06/2016 | Reply
BA Shares London’s Best Halal Restaurants for Travellers to break fast

British Airways hand-picks a list of Halal restaurants in London for travellers from Malaysia to visit during the fasting month.

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Opinion: Asia’s growing Halal demand spurs innovation, profit

| 03/06/2016 | Reply
Opinion: Asia’s growing Halal demand spurs innovation, profit

In countries with predominantly Muslim populations, even nonfood halal markets, such as daily necessities and cosmetics, are already thriving.

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UK: HFA hosts 2nd Halal Industry Conference 2016

| 01/06/2016 | Reply
UK: HFA hosts 2nd Halal Industry Conference 2016

The Halal Food Authority team sought to create an informative and inspiring experience with the intention to create impetus growth and progression in Halal produce within the industry.

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UK: Halal beef demand rising as number of younger Muslims grows

| 31/05/2016 | Reply
UK: Halal beef demand rising as number of younger Muslims grows

Dr. Phil Hadley of AHDB highlighted the opportunity that this young Muslim population created. “Anyone not focusing on the younger market is missing out.”

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UK: ESO, Kingsley Capital invest in Janan Meat

| 30/05/2016 | Reply
UK: ESO, Kingsley Capital invest in Janan Meat

Established in 1992, Janan is one of the UK’s fastest growing providers of halal meat and is in a strong financial situation backed by a history of profitable growth.

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UK: Halal Food Authority to certify non-stun slaughter

| 29/05/2016 | Reply
UK: Halal Food Authority to certify non-stun slaughter

The HFA will continue to certify stunned animals and is expected to offer different labels to help with consumer transparency. The scheme will roll out in 8-10 weeks.

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Malaysia invited to become board member of SMIIC

| 25/05/2016 | Reply
Malaysia invited to become board member of SMIIC

Malaysia, which is recognised for spearheading global halal standards, has scored another first as it has been invited to join the board of directors of the Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries.

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Opinion: Ignorance and fear are big obstacles for Muslim startup founders

| 23/05/2016 | Reply
Opinion: Ignorance and fear are big obstacles for Muslim startup founders

“I believe that entrepreneurship is a good deterrent to prejudice and racism. If you can enhance someone’s life through a product, they’re going to look at you differently.”

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Opinion: Halal makeup becoming popular in industry

| 21/05/2016 | Reply
Opinion: Halal makeup becoming popular in industry

“The fact that halal products can be traced back through the entire value chain is important for them in terms of quality assurance,” German chemicals giant BASF said in a recent news release.

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EU – New Report on Top Five Vendors in the Halal Food Market

| 12/05/2016 | Reply
EU – New Report on Top Five Vendors in the Halal Food Market

Research group Technavio has announced the top five leading vendors in their recent halal food market in Europe 2016-2020 report.

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How Turkey plans to boost Halal tourism

| 11/05/2016 | Reply
How Turkey plans to boost Halal tourism

Turkey ranks third in the “Global Muslim Travel Index 2016,” and the Turkish government and business sector have decided to pursue a bigger slice of the Halal pie.

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UK: HFA disappointed and shocked by recent allegations by Britain First

| 06/05/2016 | Reply
UK: HFA disappointed and shocked by recent allegations by Britain First

HFA sends out a clear message that such baseless allegations, irresponsible accusations and politically driven agendas shall never be tolerated.

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UK: Brexit could save ‘THOUSANDS of animals’ from halal slaughterhouses abroad

| 05/05/2016 | Reply
UK: Brexit could save ‘THOUSANDS of animals’ from halal slaughterhouses abroad

Animal welfare minister George Eustice warned under current EU rules, the Government is powerless to stop livestock being forced to endure long journeys before being slaughtered overseas.

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