Malaysia is ahead in the global halal business. But its Southeast Asian neighbor Indonesia also wants to play a more active role.
The Arab countries want to accept each other’s Halal certificates. The aim is to improve the competitiveness of halal foods.
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.
Ucrete industrial floors from BASF can now be used in halal food production plants.
Numerous participants and speakers discussed religious financial models, ethical banks and the market leader in Islamic banking at a conference in Mannheim.
The 15th Malaysia International Halal Showcase (MIHAS) 2018, organised by Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade), yet again proved to be a major catalyst in growing halal trade in Malaysia as well as internationally.
Around 175 companies will offer this type of food in diverse sectors of the exhibition.
Studies predict tremendous growth for Halal tourism. The expert Fehmi Köfteoğlu sharply criticizes the results.