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The Halal Guys to launch third Houston restaurant


(Houston-News Halal- Rajab 6, 1438H) U.S based The Halal Guys expanding business as Bayou City residents have gone crazy for the cuisine cooked in the kitchens of The Halal Guys, and after two successful openings in Houston, Masroor Fatany, who owns the area franchise, is confident that the third location will be more of the same.

The Halal Guys is a halal fast casual restaurant franchise that began as a food on the south-east corner of 53rd street and Sixth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. The franchise also has a cart on the south-west corner of the same intersection.

Fatany reportedly plans to open his third Houston location at 11700 Westheimer, in the Westchase District. The Halal Guys will replace a Verts store there.

The restaurant, which is franchised, had its beginnings as a food cart on the streets of New York City. It serves gyro proviron for sale and chicken in wraps and over rice and boasts a beloved tangy sauce.

Fatany told reportedly CultureMap that the Westchase Halal Guys location was chosen for several reasons: It boasts a large daytime population and is close to an HCC campus and the Energy Corridor; it has a large parking lot; and it is close to other well-known chains: Freebirds and Potbelly.

“Houston is loving Halal Guys,” Fatany says. “We’re doing better this year than last year.” Credit for some of that success goes to the restaurant’s relationship with UberEATS, which Fatany calls “a material part of our business.”

The restaurateur also credits that success to the restaurant’s ability to maintain quality levels that match the original locations. Mystery shoppers visit weekly to ensure everything is operating as it should.

Australian conservatives seeking fortune in anti-Halal campaign


(Sydney-NewsHalal-27 Feb 2017) Halal market which is contributing greatly to the exports and economy of even non-Islamic countries, facing a new wave in Australia as so called conservative politicians taking part in anti-Halal campaign. While Halal Certification is helping Australian meat and other food exports to Islamic countries, Senator Cory Bernardi joins a controversial anti-Halal event, just as so many critics calling it, to gain some public attention.

A right-wing anti-Islam group called Q Society recently organized an event to raise funds for a defamation case said to be initiated by a well reputed Halal certifier in Australia Mohamed El-Mouehly of the Halal Certification Authority.

Ms. Kirralie Smith, a leading figure in anti Islam party Australian Liberty Alliance. She repeatedly tried to advocate against Halal certification saying most Halal foods rexobol are not clearly labelled, so the consumer is paying the fees without their consent.

She also believes that money collected through halal certification could be directed into promoting terrorism but Mr. Mohamed El-Mouehly reject her stance as she did not shows any evidence to prove it.

Mr. El-Mouelhy is suing Ms. Smith for defamation over a number of online videos she presented for the Q Society, another anti-Islam group affiliated with the Australian Liberty Alliance.

“When you make false exaggerations I have every right to sue and sue everybody that has supported her and paid for her video,” he said.

According to Australian media reports, Senator Bernardi voices support for anti-Halal movement in Australia saying many people in the community had concerns about the halal industry. Meanwhile, Jumping into Islamophobia waves, Political cartoonist Larry Pickering made a series of anti-Muslim and Islamophobic comments.

It would be noted that the Global Halal Market is expanding rapidly as Muslim population is on raise with much greater prospects all around the world. As the the number of Muslim consumer is on raise, demand for Halal certified foods and services is sharply increasing.

While Melbourne-based Q Society and Ms. Smith trying to push anti-Halal campaign, many Australian within meat producers and consumers expressed warmest support towards Halal certification and Halal certified products. Australia is one of the largest meat exporters in the world and is a world leader in halal production. Unlike anti-Halal campaign, Australian Halal meat production and exports expected to grow year by year.

No halal or non-halal organ donors: Malaysian Health Ministry


(Kuala Lumpur-NewsHalal-27 Feb 2017) Halal debate is heating up beyond foods, beverages, cosmetics or Tourism in Malaysia. Organ donors are not segregated by religion or other social criteria, the Health Ministry said today in response to a local entertainer who asked if they should be indicated as Muslims or non-Muslims, Malay Mail Online and other media reported.

According to the report, Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah explained that organs harvested from donors were distributed solely on clinical criteria, such as waiting times and suitability between donors and recipients.

“Organ allocations are not based on race, religion, background, social standing and others,” Dr. Noor Hisham said in a statement.

“This means that there is a possibility that organs donated by non-Muslims will be given to Muslims and vice-versa. The same goes for blood donations and transfusions.

He also attached two edicts from the Muzakarah National Fatwa Committee Council in Islamic Affairs, one which said heart and eye donations were “harus” (encouraged) while the other said there was no need to differentiate between Muslim and non-Muslim blood.

Dr. Noor Hisham was referring to a video by controversial entertainer Wee Meng Chee or Namewee, in which the latter questioned if his donor card should carry an indication that he was not a Muslim.

Donating human organs is an important issue in other Muslim countries as well. Religious scholars, Doctors and volunteers around the Islamic World debating the issue for many years.

University of Karachi sign MoU with SANHA to enhance Halal Food Testing


(Karachi-NewsHalal-27 Feb 2017) International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) University of Karachi has signed a mutual agreement with the SANHA Halal Associates Pakistan Limited to enhance the scope of Halal food testing services all over the country.

An official of ICCBS said that both the institutions mutually agreed to develop a linkage for the joint working on the testing and Research and Development (R&D) activities at Halal Testing Laboratory (HTL) at the ICCBS. Director ICCBS Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary and CEO SANHA Halal Associates Pakistan Mufti Yousuf Abdul Razzaq signed the agreement on behalf of their institutions at a ceremony.

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Bhanger, Dr. Syed Ghulam Musharraf, Dr. Kamran Azim, Dr. Shakeel Ahmed and Mufti Arif Ali Shah were also present. Speaking on the boldenone undecylenate equipoise occasion, Prof. Iqbal Choudhary said that the prime objective of this agreement is to work in collaboration for bringing science, technology Les hormones & Peptides and Shariah close to each other with regard to the analysis of non-Halal ingredient in food and non-food items.

He said that the aim of this agreement is to establish collaboration in Halal affairs including accreditation, quality system implementation for halal products and services performing under responsibilities of each institute. Public awareness programs, seminars will also be organized jointly on related issues, he added.

In a response to question about how the MoU between University of Karachi and SANHA Pakistan would contribute to the Halal sector of Pakistan, Mufti Yousuf Abdul Razzaq, the CEO SANHA Halal Associates Pakistan said “The main objective of the agreement is to work in collaboration bringing science, technology and Shari’ah close to each other with regard to the analysis of non-Halal ingredient in food and non-food items”.

“To enhance the scope of Halal testing services all over the country, SANHA Pakistan will help the ICCBS in promotion of the activities of HTL at national and international level. ICCBS would recommend to the client for Shari’ah advice to SANHA Pakistan and likewise, SANHA will make all efforts to introduce HTL of the ICCBS to various clients. Where possible a joint report of analysis may be given to the client”. He added.

Mufti Yousuf further stressed that the “ICCBS would offer special discount to SANHA Pakistan recommended clients for Halal testing and likewise, SANHA PAKISTAN would offer special discount to ICCBS recommended clients for Halal evaluation and Shari’ah advice. R&D activities at the HTL will be carried out on debatable issues like GMO food, traceability of non-Halal ingredients in consultation with SANHA, PAKISTAN”.

Halal laboratory testing of foods, beverages, cosmetics and even pharmaceutical products becoming a crucial issue in the Halal sector. In this regard, establishment of Halal testing facility in Pakistan would pave the way for Pakistan food industry and exports.


New Saudi domestic airline to to get license on June 02


(Riyadh-NewsHalal, 7 Ramadan,1437 AH, 12 June 2016) SaudiGulf airline will be licensed to start domestic flights in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from June 22, Air Transport World quoted a statement issued by the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA).

SaudiGulf airline is one of two new carriers that have been preparing to launch services in the Kingdom under the country’s stated intention to liberalize its domestic aviation scene.

This is currently dominated by flag carrier Saudia , which holds some 90% of the mar siteket, with hybrid carrier flynas making up the remainder.

SaudiGulf, which will initially use four Airbus A320s before acquiring 16 Bombardier CS300s, has been awaiting an air operator’s certificate (AOC) from GACA for more than 18 months, as has the second planned entrant to the Saudi market, Qatar Airways-backed Al Maha Airways.

The June 10 GACA statement announcing parabolan 100 SaudiGulf’s service entry made no mention of progress with Al Maha’s application.

SaudiGulf will begin domestic flights from its base at King Fahad International Airport (KFIA) in Dammam.

In a statement, GACA said the AOC had been granted after SaudiGulf had met all the necessary regulations from both ICAO and Saudi Arabia’s national aviation. The license will be handed over at a ceremony on June 22.

Saudi Shipping Company Bahri appointed a General Agent in Spain


(Riyadh-NewsHalal, 20 Sha`ban,1437 AH, 27 May 2016) Marking a new milestone in its 38-year history, the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has further extended its global footprint with the appointment of Cantabrian Integrated Logistic Services (CILS) as its General Agent in Spain. According to Eye of Riyadh news the move will help Bahri consolidate its presence in Europe and assume an even higher profile within the global shipping industry.

More than 140 representatives of the Spanish industry visited the Naval Museum in Madrid recently to attend the official presentation of Bahri. The event was organized by CILS with the support of the Association of Public Administration Contractor Companies (AESMIDE).

Ibrahim Al Omar, CEO dianabol 10mg of Bahri said, “From a small shipping firm operating multipurpose vessels, Bahri has grown to become one of the biggest shipping conglomerates in the world and today occupies a preeminent position in the global shipping industry. The appointment of a General Agent in Spain represents an important next step in our growth, and is in line trenbolone australia with our strategy to more pregnyl 5000 kaufen aggressively tap emerging opportunities in key international markets.”

Mr. Matthew Luckhurst, Line Director of Bahri was on hand to introduce the Saudi shipping company to all participants. Alongside Spanish business and industry leaders, the event was attended by senior officials from the Ministry of Defence of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Saudi Embassy in Spain, as well as representatives of the various branches of the Spanish Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defence.

“At Bahri our vision focuses on connecting economies, sharing prosperity and maintaining our long tradition of excellence by continuously delivering high-quality logistics services,” said Mr. Ahmed Al Ghaith, President for General Cargo, Bahri. “Bahri’s business ambition is firmly anchored in its corporate values and in responsible business strategies, and we make sure that we apply best practices consistently and build strategic relationships of mutual benefit with various stakeholders. Our operational guidelines are based on providing effective customer support and delivering a superior, reliable service, while maintaining our excellent safety record.”

Bahri, a Worldwide Shipping Leader:

The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia was created as a public company in 1978. The Saudi Government’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) holds a 22% stake in the company, while 20% shares are held by the Saudi Aramco Development Company. The remaining shares are listed on the stock market of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Bahri consists of six business units: gas, oil, dry bulk, general cargo, transport of chemical goods, and ship management.

Bahri institutes stringent safety requirements at all levels of the organization and works with its partners and affiliates to ensure that the highest safety standards are maintained at all times, across all spheres of business operations. The company carries out regular quality, health, safety and environmental inspections, and ensures that its business activities are not only in full compliance with regulatory requirements, but based on high ethical standards. As part of its social commitment, Bahri works with several non-profit organizations in KSA including the Charity Committee for Orphans Care (ENSAN) and the Disabled Children’s Association (DCA).

Bahrain Institute launches first of its kind Halal Economy Masterclass


(Manama-NewsHalal, 19 Sha`ban,1437 AH, 26 May 2016) The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) recently launched a first of its kind in the globe masterclass entitled “The Convergence of the Halal Market and Islamic Capital”.

The two-day Masterclass was held in partnership with renowned United States and United Arab Emirates based intelligence and research consultancy The Dinar Standard and the Waqf Fund of the Central Bank of Bahrain.

The two-day Masterclass concentrated on the methodology the Islamic Finance industry which leverages the global Halal eco system Halal food, Family tourism, clothing and fashion, media and recreation, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics, and outlines their geographic and market potential profile as a source of investment avenue to increase bottom line earnings.

According to the BIBF release, the Masterclass offered a first-of-its-kind opportunity for the participants interested in the currently developing Halal Market as it provided a comprehensive summary of the subject with a special focus on specific areas of financing or Takaful needs and gaps of the Halal food value chain opportunities.

On this occasion, BIBF’s Deputy Director, Dr. Ahmed AbdulGhani Al Shaikh said, “Halal Economy has emerged as a great source of Investment Avenue to increase bottom line earnings. Thus, the Masterclass was developed and offered in an alignment with BIBF’s key objectives to sustain its status as the leading provider of pioneering, industry-relevant qualifications to support the objectives of the CBB and aid in strengthening Bahrain’s position as a financial hub in the region.”

The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) will offer the Masterclass to a wider spectrum of participants on an international scale in the upcoming year enhancing its reach beyond Bahrain and the wider GCC to the world over.

Pakistan Halal Authority to start functioning within two months: Federal Minister said


(Lahore-NewsHalal, Jumada al-ula 14, 1437, February 23, 2016) Pakistan Federal Minister for Science and Technology Rana Tanveer Hussain has announced that the National Assembly has passed a bill to establish Pakistan Halal Authority that will start functioning within the next two months.

Speaking at the inaugural session of International Conference on Halal Foods, Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics, jointly organized by Pakistan Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (PCSIR) in collaboration with Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA), at PCSIR Complex , the Minister said Halal Food processing in the country will help earn precious foreign exchange to strengthen national economy.

“Authority would ensure supply of halal food to the market, and keep an eye on imported food items, as a number of imported packed food items being sold in the markets contained ‘haram’ ingredients”. He added.

The minister said that as per Trade Policy 2012-15, the import of all edible products shall be subject to the condition that they shall be free of any “haram” element or ingredient.

He hoped that halal food processing in the country would help earn precious foreign exchange that would strengthen the national economy.
“Besides halal food, the government would also ensure halal cosmetics in the country,” Tanvir said.

Consumers and producers in Pakistan were demanding a Halal control body in the country for years as imported foods products in the local market were discovered with not Halal ingredients on several occasion.

During the conference in Lahore, market players as well as international experts highlighted the need for the halal meat. They also spoke about fundamentals of halal certification, animal welfare, impact of the halal slaughter on meat’s quality, pre and post-slaughtering procedures, global market and demand for the halal meat, strategies to increase the share of halal meat in the global meat market, livestock management, slaughter house automation-machinery, and utilization of halal meat in the preparation of processed and semi-processed food items.

The key speakers included PCSIR Chairman Dr Shahzad Alam, PCSIR DG Dr Sakhawat Ali, GC University Faisalabad Director Dr Faqir Anjum, Dr Nadeem Riaz and Justice (r) Khalilur Rahman.

PCSIR Director General Dr Sakhawat Ali observed on the occasion that the halal meat market was growing rapidly throughout the world.

“Pakistan is on 18th position in terms of halal meat market, and its volume is only 2.9 percent of the global halal meat production, which is very low,” Sakhawat said, adding, “Being a Muslim-majority country, Pakistan could play a pivotal role in this growing market because Pakistan has more than 160 million quality livestock, including 71 million cattle and buffalos and 89 million goats and sheep.”

He said there was no Muslim country included in the list of first 10 halal meat exporters; although Pakistan, Sudan and other Muslim countries had a big potential for exporting the halal meat.

Sakhawat added that the term halal meat did not mean the meat only, but also included more than 26 industries, based on the bi-products of halal meat, such as bone crashing, gelatin, sausages, leather and other industries.

Justice (r) Khaleelur Rahman said that the government was working to introduce Pakistan to the world. as a Halal Kitchen.
“Pakistan has the potential of becoming a market of halal food in the world, Khaleel said, adding, “However, there is a need for marketing in the international halal market in a proper manner.”

He stressed the need for strengthening the farmers so that a large number of livestock and their products could be supplied to the international market.
“Creation of PHDA had been termed as a step towards making Pakistan a halal food hub”. He emphasized.

“The demand for healthy and safe agro-livestock food products is increasing rapidly, with increasing population and socio-economic conditions,” Khaleel said, adding, “This will also open up new economic opportunities and employment for the youth and traders.”

Pakistan’s estimated population in 2015 was over 191.71 million, making it the world’s sixth-most-populous country in the world. The country has great potential to become a promising international Halal market.

Kebab most-ordered food by Turks in 2015


(Istanbul-NewsHalal, Jumada al-ula 5, 1437, February 14, 2016) Analyzing food orders from all around Turkey, Yemeksepeti, a popular online food-ordering company, recently announced that kebab was the most ordered food in 2015, followed by hamburgers and pizza.

According to Turkish Daily Sabah, last year Yemeksepeti received 92 million orders sent to 5.2 million different addresses. Almost half of the orders were sent from cellphones. In 2015, the Turkish sliced meat “doner” sandwiches doubled in popularity compared to 2014. The word “döner” was searched 33 percent more on the Internet, also reflecting itself on Yemeksepeti orders. Döner orders increased by 52 percent, and the food has ranked sixth among the most-ordered products on the top 10 list, also including chicken, sandwich, desert, lahmacun, pide and soup.

Another finding is that after a reduction on duck prices, duck meat orders increased about 92 percent. In the overall amount, however, duck meat is among the least favorite. Another trendy food of 2015 was “cigkofte” (Steak Tartar a La Turca).

An increase of more than 50 california muscles percent was observed in cigkofte orders on Yemeksepeti, for which over 2,500 registered restaurants feature cigkofte on their menu. Last year, cigkofte continued to be popular and practical for Turks. “Lahmacun” (mincemeat on dough, also known as Turkish pizza) orders reached almost 6 million in 2015, making the traditional Turkish dish the best-seller product on Yemeksepeti. Recently, a new regulation has been adopted to increase mincemeat content on Lahmacun.

Among more than 7,500 desert choices on Yemeksepeti, the most favorite were chocolate souffle, kunefe and profiterole. Kunefe remained its rank in the top three, while “trileçe” (Tres leches cake), a traditional desert unique to the Balkans, increased orders fourfold compared to 2014, becoming the most consumed desert.

Based on the 2015 food trends, breakfast menus sustained their popularity with a 42 percent increase in orders. “Gozleme” (pastry with assorted fillings) orders doubled last year, and the food became the most preferred breakfast product on Yemeksepeti.

Original report was published in Daily Sabah:

Saudi Arabia Halal Cosmetics Market to grow at 15%


(Jeddah-NewsHalal, Rabi`I 22, 1437, January 2, 2015) Saudi Arabia, the largest market in the middle east is rapidly showing development in Halal sector.

According to TechSci Research report “Saudi Arabia Halal Cosmetics Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020”, halal cosmetics market in Saudi Arabia is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 15% during 2015 – 2020.

What “Halal Cosmetics” really means: “Halal” refers to what is permitted or lawful in Islam, and it’s most often used in reference to food when it is slaughtered and/or prepared in a way that adheres to the Islamic law, the Shariah.
Halal makeup and cosmetics, though, is a newer phenomenon, with smaller companies starting to identify their products as adhering to Islamic law. But a fastest growing Halal awareness among Muslims around the world making Muslim consumers more aware about the Halal status of products and services they are consuming or using.

Halal Cosmetics generally means the product or makeup is produced without any pork ingredients, like pig fat, which is used in products like lipsticks. Religious preference for halal products in Saudi Arabia is the primary driver of Halal cosmetics market in the kingdom.

Additionally, growing health concerns from testosterone cypionate weight loss online harmful effects of cosmetics manufactured using dead animals is boosting demand for Halal cosmetics among non-Muslim population as well. Inika, One Pure, LLC, FX Cosmetics, Clara International Beauty Group and Samina Pure Minerals Makeup Ltd are few of the leading players operating in Saudi Arabia Halal cosmetics market.

“Saudi Arabia is an attractive market for halal cosmetics due to the presence of affluent customer base in the kingdom. In order to capture the growing demand for Halal cosmetics in Saudi Arabia, major global players have expanded their presence in the kingdom through online marketing and sales of products.

“Saudi Arabia Halal Cosmetics Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020 ” has analyzed the potential of the halal cosmetics market and provides statistics and information on market sizes, shares and trends.

The report will suffice in providing the intending clients with cutting-edge market intelligence and help them in taking sound investment decisions. Besides, the report also identifies and analyzes the emerging trends along with essential drivers and key challenges faced by the halal cosmetic players in Saudi Arabia.

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