Halal Food Industry

Sweet Pillar & Co.’s Nadia Hubbi Gives Us Her Story and Some Ramadan Chocolate

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Everyone who knows me also knows that I love chocolate– as many women do. I’m not, however, a lover of all chocolate. In fact, I’m not a fan of chocolate companies who fool consumers into thinking they’re getting real chocolate when in fact they’re getting a hefty dose of things like high fructose corn syrup or unhealthy fats and oils added ... Read More »

Whole Earth Meats Talks About the Importance of Organic and the High Cost of Cheap Food

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Those of you whoe have followed my posts here on the MHK blog as well as my status updates on Facebook and Twitter probably  already know that I like to support high quality halal vendors and suppliers and all the products they produce. When I find those people, I like to tell everyone what I know so they can also ... Read More »

Meet Halal Advocates

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If you’re interested at all in the world of halal certification, or simply finding out how the foods we eat are given the halal seal of approval, there are several organizations in the United States one can research to find out more about the process by which it is done. Organizations such as IFANCA and the Muslim Consumer Group have ... Read More »

Free Subscription to Halal Consumer Magazine

IFANCA

Ever wonder what or who is involved in the halal-certification process for foods, vitamins and other consumer products? Want to know the latest products that are being made and stamped with a halal seal of approval? IFANCA (Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America) is in the business of doing just that, just for you, the halal consumer. Headquartered in Chicago, ... Read More »

Food Styling for a Halal Ad Campaign by IFANCA

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I can’t tell you all how excited I am to finally be able to talk about this- my first time professionally styling food for a TV commercial! It was many months ago that I prepped the food and made it look pretty for the camera, but our lips were sealed until IFANCA, the Islamic Food & Nutrition Council of America, ... Read More »