publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

Positioning Food Safety in Halal Assurance

Demirci, M, N; Soon, Jan Mei; Wallace, Carol Anne;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2016
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Country: United Kingdom
Muslims follow the religion of Islam and the food they eat should be Halal, meaning lawful or permissible. Muslims are allowed to eat halal and wholesome food that has been provided for them. However, some of the main prohibitions are swine flesh, blood, carrion, animals not slaughtered according to Islamic laws and alcoholic drinks. At present Halal assurance is in a complicated state, with various Halal standards differing from each other without gaining mutual acceptance. The world is starting to understand the need for an influential globally accepted standard that would open doors to global markets and gain consumer confidence. This paper discusses issues m...
free text keywords: D610, D620, D690, Food science, Food hygiene, Certification, Medicine, business.industry, business, Consumer confidence index, Food safety, Islam, Sharia
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