Always looking for halal food in a non-muslim country?
If you are living in a Muslim country like Malaysia or Indonesia, finding halal food is easy. But what if you live the country where most of the citizen are not Muslim, difficult right? So, when you go for grocery shopping, finding meat packaging certified halal is not easy. To some point, you may ask yourself whether you have purchased halal or non-halal products.
The first thing you have to do is read carefully on the packaging labels. Try to spot if there is a halal logo in it. If there is no logo of halal, that’s mean the food is not halal. Another way to identify halal food is by reading on the ingredients. Many people who live in a non-Muslim country uses this method to determine whether the food is consumable to the Muslim people or not. Some may even go as far by asking the production company to ask whether the product is edible for a Muslim person or not.
If you are planning to eat out, look for the halal sign. If there is a halal sign, it means the restaurant is Muslim-owned or Muslim-run. You may also observe the environment or situations of the place. If the place crowded with fellow Muslim customers or Muslim worker, that’s mean you can trust them to serve the food to you.
Don’t trust the ‘we serve no pork’ sign because most of the food contains at alcohol. Some maybe did not serve pork but still serving alcoholic drinks such as beer and wine. If not, the food preparation is not following the shariah law. This thing is common in Southeast Asian countries.
We always know being a Muslim is not easy, especially if you are living in the country dominated by the non-muslim. Some may ask their family members to send halal food to them once a while because it is not easy to find halal food. If you always do this method, make sure not to forget asking your family to send halal meat Singapore to you as well.
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