Monthly Archives: May 2016

Halal labelling expected to grow

27-May-2016 The prevalence of halal labelling is expected to grow by a quarter between now and 2020, according to market research firm Euromonitor International.  Various players in the Asia-Pacific region are driving the growing demand for halal meat. Asian meat

Barossa’s Maggie Beer Not So Australian… Halal certified

23 May 2016 Today I was shocked to find out that South Australia’s Barossa Valley’s Lady Maggie Beer’s products are Halal certified. Click this link to contact Maggie Beer Click this link to contact Maggie Beer and leave your Feedback

Unveiled: Final programme for Singapore event

08-Apr-2016 The final programme for Food Vision Asia event has been announced ahead of its inaugural edition in the region, which takes place in Singapore from April 27-29. Asian food industry leaders heralded the issues-driven agenda for the event, which

Frutarom launches NutraT antioxidants line for instant drinks

06-May-2016 Israeli company Frutarom Health BU has introduced NutraT, an all-natural antioxidants line that will be launched at Vitafoods Europe, Geneva. The company says that it is an instant drink powder with all the benefits of a healthy Mediterranean diet.

DSM named ‘Company of the Year’ by the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America

14-Apr-2015 The Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA) has recognized DSM’s Halal compliance, implementation and program of label control by naming DSM its Company of the Year. The number of Halal consumers is increasing and has now reached

Halal leader NoorVitamins launches high potency fish oil to broaden value proposition

27-Apr-2016 The introduction by NoorVitamins of a Halal-certified fish oil is another step in the company’s dominance of the category. But CEO Mohammed Issa says the company’s goals are bigger, to broaden the certification’s purity message to the general public.

Islamic IQRA college to open on old O’Halloran Hill TAFE site next year

May 2, 2016 A NEW Islamic College will open in Adelaide’s southern suburbs next year. A subsidiary of the Islamic Information Centre of SA has bought the old O’Halloran Hill TAFE site and will turn it into a primary school