“Today, many Filipinos have become cautious in their choice of foods and drinks, hence, halal-certified products have become a good alternative. With the increasing number of Muslim and non-Muslim consumers in the global market, the demand for halal-certified products has also increased.
In our day-to-day activities, the concept of halal food surpasses mere religious values and has become more of a standard for hygiene and health. A number of systematic studies reveal that the halal mark is believed to be a quality assurance mark for highly exceptional hygienic methods, processing, and manufacturing among non-Muslim communities. Halal-certified food also has a very low incidence of food poisoning and contamination.”
Excerpt from Ms. Rahima Solaiman’s article, “How Safe are the Products Certified as Halal?”, published in the 10th volume of the Food Safety Trends PH Magazine (FSTM). Find out more about halal certification when you get a copy of the latest FSTM volume!
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