How halal meat became big business

  • Demand from Muslim millennials combined with public disaffection over recent food scandals propells Islamic food into the mainstream.
  • The spending power of Muslim millennials, and their mix of faith and consumerism, is driving the trend.
  • The latest figures suggest the global halal food and drink market will be worth close to £1.5 trillion by 2030.
  • Other sectors of the Islamic economy – pharmaceuticals, travel, finance, modest clothing, cosmetics – are also set to grow.
  • Halal meat comes from animals slaughtered in accordance with Islamic law. They must be alive and healthy at the time of slaughter, killed by hand and have all blood drained from the carcass. More than 80% of animals killed for halal meat are stunned before slaughter, although it is not a legal requirement in the UK.
  • Halal food may be on the verge of moving beyond the Muslim consumer market, according to industry experts, driven in part by food provenance scandals, such as the use of horsemeat, in recent years.

 

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