by Mark Ellis, Daily Mirror
The number of surprise visits by health and safety inspectors is set to be slashed by a third – with union leaders warning: “These cuts will kill”.
The issue of Zabiha by machine’ was discussed and pondered over at the Ninth Fiqh Seminar of the Islamic Fiqh Academy held at Bharuch. The delegates had unanimously decided it’s validities and invalidities under various circumstances. However, the scholars and jurists were divided over one of the aspects of Zabiha by machine.
1 CAC/GL 24-1997
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR USE OF THE TERM “HALAL”
1 March 2011 | By Ben Briggs
THE British Veterinary Association (BVA) has expressed its disappointment with the decision to scrap plans for compulsory labelling of meat from animals slaughtered without stunning.
UAE: McDonald’s showcases high food safety standards at Dubai International Food Safety Conference 2011
Proving once more its dedication to food safety and quality, McDonald’s showcased its commitment to high food safety management standards through its participation in the sixth Dubai International Food Safety Conference. The conference, held at the World Trade Center from the 27th of February to the 1st of March 2011, aims at providing delegates with a good understanding of current food safety issues, Food Safety Management Techniques and the best practices followed in the food industry.
The Dutch parliament has begun legislation to ban all ritual slaughter – unless the animal is stunned first – on the grounds that it causes unnecessary suffering.
- Published: 17 February, 2011
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) new guidance aimed at controlling the risks from E.coli have been branded “draconian” by butchery bosses.
3/2/11 By Dina Aboul Hosn, Staff Reporter, Gulf News
Dubai: The Sixth Dubai International Food Safety Conference will provide insight into food safety and help spread awareness of best practices at source countries which exported about six million tonnes of food to the UAE in 2010, Dubai Municipality’s Food Control Department revealed yesterday.
14/1/11 By David Mitchell (www.thepacker.com)
Food safety compliance has improved significantly in fast food restaurants, full-service restaurants, and produce markets and departments, according to a Food and Drug Administration study that monitored more than 800 retail food establishments from 1998-2008.
Meat processing leaders have hit out at the Food Standards Agency (FSA) boss Tim Smith, accusing him of “scaremongering” and “demonising” the industry following an interview on BBC Radio 4.
26/11/10 European Committee for standardization.
The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) set up a Working Group to analyse the feasibility of a European Standard on halal food. Its first meeting was held late October 2010 by the Austrian Standards Institute in Vienna.
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