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Halal, Arabic for meaning “permissible,” takes on many forms in Islam, including food. It guides one on not only what kind of food to eat, but how the food is prepared and treated when it is alive.
Trends are now showing the consumption of Halal food in America is growing, particularly among Millennials, a group especially conscious of what is in their food and what happened to it before it got into their mouths. Read more here.
“Including both grocery and restaurant food, the category has grown by one-third since 2010, and sales are on pace to reach $20 billion in 2016, according to Bloomberg.”