Halal Certified Food Listing is now available



Halal is an arabic word meaning lawful and permitted and the listing of Halal food is now available at http://www.halalcertifiedfood.com/

Every particular information about food for the foodie is interesting and this got me so interested in the Halal Mark.

I have always wondered about the Halal stamps on food I buy at stalls and grocery shops. I thought then, Halal sign would indicate "holy" or that the food was using a special kind of ingredient that truly resonates the belief of Muslims.Apparently, Halal is an arabic word meaning lawful or permitted according to Wikipedia. The term is also used to designate food seen as permissible according to Islamic law (Sharia, الشريعة الإسلامية).
In the Halal certified products, Argentina Corned Beef with all its variants;Regular, Hot and Spicy, Extra long shred, Chunky, Premium and Lite of Century Pacific Meat company was listed. 
Skyflakes Crackers of Monde MY San Corporation, Tang Instant Drink of Kraft Foods Philippines and Tentay Sweet Chili Sauce of Tentay Sauces were also listed.
I am not a Muslim although those vendors in stalls have mistaken me being one because I'm always fascinated with the culture and their strong religious beliefs. The Filipinos have yet to realize how rich the culture is of Muslims and how great their contribution is on history and preserving our national heritage.
It would be interesting to know more products listed in this site to further inform the public of certified Halal foods in the market and supermarkets especially to the fact they'll be observing Ramadan starting this week.

Appreciate Halal food and contribute more to the Filipino Muslim Heritage! For more information, please visit http://www.halalcertifiedfood.com/ and their FB fan page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Halal-Certified-Food-and-Products/118941661488515.

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