Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Orang Islam mesti cemburu terhadap orang bukan Islam

Umat Islam di negara ini perlu mempunyai perasaan 'cemburu' terhadap orang bukan Islam yang menjadi pengeluar produk gunaan halal dengan berusaha menceburi bidang perniagaan itu berbanding hanya mengkritik saja.

Beli Sijil Halal 5 Ribu

Mercu tanda Kuantan

Tetamu hotel juga pasti teruja menikmati hidangan restoran 'The Dining Room' yang menampilkan konsep dapur terbuka serta mampu memuatkan 300 pelanggan pada satu-satu masa.

Dengan menyajikan 300 jenis masakan secara bufet sarapan pagi dan lebih 50 menu makanan secara ala-carte yang dibuka setiap hari bermula jam 6.30 pagi hingga 11 malam ia pasti menjadi lokasi menjamu selera yang kekal terpahat dalam ingatan tetamu hotel.

Lebih istimewa, restoran ini mendapat pengiktirafan sijil halal daripada Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia, Jun lalu.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

JAKIM & MAIN sahaja yang berhak keluarkan sijil halal

PUTRAJAYA: Mulai 1 Januari depan, hanya Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) dan Majlis Agama Islam Negeri (MAIN) dibenarkan mengeluarkan sijil dan logo halal seperti yang diperuntukkan dalam Akta Perihal Dagangan 2011 (APD2011) yang diluluskan Julai lalu.

Haram Makan Siput Gondang Peranchis / Escargot

Monday, 10 October 2011

The Best Kulit Popiah in Penang

Hebat betul pakcik ni buat kulit popiah.. Saya sempat rakam sekejap semasa singgah membeli jeruk di penang tempoh hari. Tergamak ke kita nak makan kulit popiah yang pakcik ni buat?

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Kosher or Halal? American Muslims Debate Which Certifications To Follow

Back in the 1950s, most American Orthodox Jews read food labels to determine if the food they were buying was kosher. They stayed away from foods with ingredients like gelatin and lard, which are derived from pigs. If the vegetable shortening was listed as pure, it qualified as kosher. Today, Orthodox Jews search for kosher symbols on food packages to determine if the food they are buying is kosher, because reading ingredients has become an inadequate method of determining a food’s kosher status – with globalization and new food technologies, consumers don’t recognize many of the ingredients. Substances like soy lecithin, a common ingredient in processed foods, are unfamiliar to many lay people, and processed foods can be contaminated with traces of other non-kosher products processed in the same plant. Organizations like the Orthodox Union and Star-K use their expertise in Jewish law and food technology to certify hundreds of thousands of products worldwide.
American Muslims are trying to develop their own rules for determining which foods conform to Islamic religious strictures. Food prepared under Islamic law is deemed halal, meaning lawful or permitted. The halal-certification industry began to develop in the 1990s, according to Maria Omar of the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America, an organization based in Chicago that was established 28 years ago and is recognized by Islamic organizations around the world.

Study needed on food stamps

PUTRAJAYA: The food stamp programme needs further study to ensure that it is an effective way to help the poor and the lower-income groups,Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.
He added that an in-depth study would enable the programme to meet its objective.
“We want to have the best approach to counter the rising cost of living.
“If we want to introduce the programme, a more in-depth study is needed because it is targeted at those earning RM3,000 and below.
Wide array: Muhyiddin being briefed by Dr Rajen (right) and Prof Omar on Holista Colltech’s products in Putrajaya Thursday. — Bernama
“We need to see how this programme can benefit them as they are the biggest group in the country,” he said after chairing a meeting of the Cabinet committee on supply and prices here yesterday.

PBIT, Thai Embbssy hold Halal Food moot

LAHORE - The PBIT in collaboration with the Royal Thai Embbassy held a Halal Food Conference at the CM Secretariat. The event was a part of the Halal promotion project undertaken by The Royal Thai Embassy to mark the 60th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Thailand and Pakistan. 
Chief Executive Officer PBIT, Dr Sajid Yoosufani addressing the audience said that the Punjab government is taking serious steps for making Punjab a Halal hub for the global market and we are on our way to developing a Halal Certification process and setting up Halal Parks through which Pakistan would be able to tap in to this trillion dollar market. He said that Punjab Government keenly awaits establishment of Halal meat and poultry processing businesses of CP Thailand in Punjab and PBIT is available at each stage for maximum facilitation. 
Punjab has the world’s fourth largest population of livestock with over 43 livestock breeds. Therefore given the importance of potential in Punjab for becoming the Halal food hub for the world, Halal Thai food authorities; National Food Institute of Thai ministry of Industries & Halal science center, Chulanogkoran University and the leading Thai companies dealing in Halal Food business like Thai President Foods, Modern foods, Thai Airways cuisines and Siam Daily foods, were invited for exchange of information on Halal Foods Business and way forward for cooperation between Punjab and Thailand in Halal Food Business. Business matchmaking between Thai and Pakistani Businessmen was arranged by PBIT to provide Pakistani Businesses engaged in Halal Food Business and those aspiring ventures in the field as learning and networking platform for the participants.