Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients

Islam is not merely a religion of rituals, but is a way of life. Rules and manners from the Islamic teachings govern the life of Muslims: individual and collective level. In Islam, eating is also considered as a matter of ibadah (worship) to God, just like ritual prayers. Muslims follow the Islamic...

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Main Author: Jaswir, Irwandi
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spelling my.iium.irep.61342012-01-31T06:48:53Z http://irep.iium.edu.my/6134/ Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients Jaswir, Irwandi HD9000 Special industries and trades TX Home economics Islam is not merely a religion of rituals, but is a way of life. Rules and manners from the Islamic teachings govern the life of Muslims: individual and collective level. In Islam, eating is also considered as a matter of ibadah (worship) to God, just like ritual prayers. Muslims follow the Islamic dietary code and foods that meet the code are called halal (lawful, permitted). Muslims are supposed to make an effort to obtain halal food of good quality. On the other hand, for non-Muslim consumers, halal foods often are perceived as specially selected and processed to achieve the highest state of quality. TM-Info-Media Sdn. Bhd. 2009 Article REM application/pdf en http://irep.iium.edu.my/6134/1/Irwandi-4549.pdf Jaswir, Irwandi (2009) Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients. Halal Pages 2009/2010. pp. 32-34. ISSN 1675-2465 http://www.yellowpages.com.my/product/halalpages.jsp
institution Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia
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Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
description Islam is not merely a religion of rituals, but is a way of life. Rules and manners from the Islamic teachings govern the life of Muslims: individual and collective level. In Islam, eating is also considered as a matter of ibadah (worship) to God, just like ritual prayers. Muslims follow the Islamic dietary code and foods that meet the code are called halal (lawful, permitted). Muslims are supposed to make an effort to obtain halal food of good quality. On the other hand, for non-Muslim consumers, halal foods often are perceived as specially selected and processed to achieve the highest state of quality.
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title Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
title_short Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
title_full Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
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title_full_unstemmed Halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
title_sort halal processed food and beverages: some concerns on food additives and ingredients
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