For the first time in March next year, a Halal trade fair will take place at the Hanover Exhibition Centre. The organizer is Deutsche Messe AG.
The number of Halal certifications and products is growing rapidly in Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country uses the power of consumers.
The Malaysian government supports halal. This is a key advantage to benefit from the billion dollar growth market. In a few weeks, the world’s largest Halal show Mihas brings together manufacturers and buyers.
Malaysia is an important base for the global halal market. The Southeast Asian state connects all participants with a Halal ecosystem.
Turkish banking authority BDDK has licensed Emlak Bank. The financial institution becomes an Islamic lender.
The Turkish online retailer for Islamic fashion Modanisa has sold a minority stake to Goldman Sachs and Wamda Capital.
A Malaysian startup has launched a web browser for Muslims. The browser filters out inappropriate content, such as gambling.
Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia have to import a large part of the food. This makes them an interesting market for German manufacturers.
Younger consumers are increasingly paying attention to quality criteria such as species-appropriate animal husbandry and environmentally friendly production. The specialist trade must win them over for the future.
No more kosher and halal meat: in Flanders it is no longer allowed to slaughter according to religious regulations. It is allowed in the capital.