Halal Food for Non Muslim too, as bottom line is that Halal food is not just about what the food is but how it is prepared. The Halal concept emphasises
Category: Halal Food News
Halal Market for Ingredients to Value USD 66.9 Billion 2026Halal Market for Ingredients to Value USD 66.9 Billion 2026
The global Halal Market for ingredients was valued at USD 46.8 Billion in 2019 and expected to reach USD 66.9 Billion by the year 2026, at a CAGR of 6.2%.
Halal Center Established Between Serunai and AtobaHalal Center Established Between Serunai and Atoba
A Halal Center was established between Malaysian company, Serunai Commerce partnering with Mumbai-based Atoba Business Networks Private Limited to set up a new trade platform in India’s Hyderabad city to
Halal Products Good Business suggested Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez . Halal products that cater to growing Muslim market has great growth potential for those looking
Halal Food Certifications Given to 47 Cambodian FirmsHalal Food Certifications Given to 47 Cambodian Firms
Halal Food Certifications was granted to 47 local business since the label was created last year in the Kingdom by The Ministry of Commerce, Cambodia. Those Halal Food businesses was
First Halal Shop opens in HCN City (Ho Chi Minh City) on December 25, providing opportunities for Muslims in the southern metropolis choices of Halal food. The shop located at district
Halal products be it Halal foods, Halal Cosmetics, Halal Travel, etc. India with some 200 million Muslim population makes an ideal Halal market that still remain untapped at large. Fact
India International Halal Expo 2020 (IIHE) is proud to welcome all the major halal industries as exhibitors. Food & Beverage, Cosmetics, Healthcare, Tourism, Finance, Education, Real Estate & Modest Lifestyle
The QR Code enables meat handlers, restaurants, supermarkets and end consumers to know accurately with detailed information on the traceability of the meat and to have the assurance of its
Halal Chocolate producers in Malaysia needs to ensure their products has JAKIM halal logo on their packaging, otherwise the customers still have doubts on the safety, hygiene and halalness of
Indonesia should be Halal Country with more production of halal products enabling the country to become a major exporter of halal products. We do not want to become mere consumers,
The Australian domestic market for halal-certified food is also growing, with current spend at AU$1.7 billion annually.