Guidelines for Sending In a Product for Review

If you have a product you’d like to send to My Halal Kitchen for Review

Yvonne and the folks at My Halal Kitchen love  to discover new products that fit into the categories of halal, clean eating, eco-friendly/green, organic and the like, whether they are food products, services, cleaning products, baby items or things for kids, families and of course, for women. The reason we love them is so that we can tell the readers who visit this site all about them. If you would like to send a product, you are more than welcome to do so, however, please keep in mind that we only accept products from people who send us a quick message to let us know what is being sent. In return, the sender will receive a shipping address from us. To notify us, please fill out the form here.

A few other guidelines:

  • We only accept non-perishable items. Perishable items requires a little more detail that we need to get from you, so please fill out the form on the contact page.
  • We only accept safe, non-hazardous items.
  • We cannot return items, so if there is anything you want back then please do not send it.
  • We cannot use sent items in giveaways so please do not send any giveaway items to our address.
  • We do not provide verification that a product has been received. If you feel the need, please send your product certified mail for a signature upon receipt, but note that it may take longer for us to receive it that way.
  • We do not promise a review of any particular item sent. Only items that fit into our editorial calendar and that we feel are a genuine fit for our readers and that we actually really like will be considered.
  • No guarantees of a promotion of any particular product are made simply as a result of sending it in.

If a product review does not satisfy your interests, perhaps you would consider advertising with us. Please head to the Advertise page for more info.


  1. Assalam walakium, I would like to send you samples of my Organic Japanese Sencha Sachets, Organic English Breakfast Sachets, Organic Masala Chai Sachets, Blueberry Citrus Tea Cookies, Pumpkin Spice Tea Cookies and Matcha Green Tea Cookies.

  2. Mirin – Sweet cooking wine is used to make Sushi. Is it Halal? They say the alcohol content evaporates right a way while cooking. Also, in the first place, is Sushi Halal?

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