This is a market concentrated not only in the Middle East and northern Africa, but also in countries like Brazil itself. In Indonesia, for instance, with its large Muslim population—the biggest consumer market of Halal food—the certification is mandatory for exporters
Muslims in Japan hit hard by the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic received a helping hand on Sunday at one of the country’s largest mosques.
Therefore, creating a suitable service for Muslims to have easy and low-cost access to halal foods will have a great impact on the issue of halal eating in the West.
Halal F&B production is populated by a sprawling community of small businesses that often fall a long way short of Halal certification requirements.
‘You don’t have to be Muslim to appreciate harmony, to appreciate inclusiveness.’