Pure and Good | The Halal and Green Consumer

Apr 29, 2021

In a recent Harvard Business Review Study, more than 65% of Millennials said they want to buy “purpose-driven brands that advocate sustainability.” On Earth Day, many companies and individuals pledge to take care of the earth’s natural environment. Producing and consuming Halal products can help sustainability efforts. 

Halal Products Global Boom: Market Analysis & Forecast

Apr 8, 2021

The market forecast indicates that the global Halal market has an incredibly optimistic future, not only as demonstrated by a projected significant increase in the global Muslim population, but also (and perhaps even more favorably) due to the trend for numerous multinational corporations to expand their product availability of Halal consumables.

Why Halal Certification Matters for Non-Consumables

Mar 23, 2021

Halal certification is particularly important for these non-consumable products now, in the midst of the pandemic, when use of hand sanitizers, surface cleaners, and air filters has increased dramatically. Having Halal certification can help your company appeal to consumers and companies in Muslim-majority regions of the world, including large markets in Southeast Asia, India, and the Middle East.

Why Halal Certification is Important for the Supplement Industry

Feb 4, 2021

Halal certification is particularly important for the supplement industry due to the highly processed nature of most products.

Halal Holiday Food

Dec 22, 2020

Food is central to celebrations and carries deep emotional meaning during the holiday season and beyond. Tradition, comfort, togetherness, celebration, joy; all of these can be represented in a holiday meal. People of all faiths enjoy celebrating these holidays, including Muslim consumers who want to be able to celebrate in accordance with their religious tradition.

Halal in the Air

Dec 3, 2020

With an estimated 3.45 million Muslims in the United States, many of whom are affluent and have the desire to travel both around the country and abroad, it’s perplexing to see a void of Halal menu options on American carriers. Surely if the price was right and the airline had a Halal offering, Halal consumers would feel incentivized enough to choose the ones serving their dietary needs over the ones who don’t.

Halal Certification and Prison Foods

Oct 16, 2020

Throughout the country, there is a significant demand for Halal-certified food from inmates. With increasing numbers of Muslim converts and relatively large minority populations of Muslims in some state prison systems – especially Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, the question of Halal food demands more attention. In these and other states, a clear market for Halal prison meals exists.

Halal Certification and the Hospitality Industry

Sep 30, 2020

Muslim consumers often look for ways to observe principles of their faith in all aspects of life, from diet to daily conduct to leisure activities, including travel. More travel by Muslim consumers has spurred the growth of the Halal travel and hospitality industry. In fact, they represent one of the fastest growing segments of the industry.

Halal Certification of Herbs and Spices

Sep 16, 2020

Herbs and spices are essential ingredients in the flavorful cuisines of many countries with large Muslim populations, such as Indonesia, Morocco, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Turkey. For Halal consumers in or from these regions looking for high-quality ingredients to make popular dishes, Halal certification provides assurance that the herbs and spices are pure and acceptable under Islamic dietary law.

The Impacts of Halal Food Options for Students

Sep 2, 2020

A widespread lack of providing Halal food options in schools across America leads many Muslim students and families to express their frustrations and to call for changes. There has to be a sufficient demand, properly certified vendors, trained food service workers and more for a program to be introduced. Let’s take a look at the impact.