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7/12/11  www.macaubusiness.com

The Macau Government Tourist Office and the Institute for Tourism Studies yesterday co-organised a Muslim cuisine seminar and cooking demonstration workshop.

The goal was to help hospitality and food and beverage professionals understand Muslim cuisine and help them identify non-Halal ingredients that are forbidden in Muslim friendly menus.

According to a press release from the organisers, “the increase in visitors from India and Muslim countries is obvious”.

The Tourism Office says this has translated into increasing demand for halal gastronomy, but adds there are currently only a few chefs in Macau who are able to provide food that complies with Muslim food regulations.

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