Food & Hotel Asia Digital Week Series Halal Day

November 17, 2020 to November 17, 2020

The future of halal foods and products in ASEAN is driven by new regulations, technologies, and uncertain economic realities. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform various industries, there are significant shifts in the halal food market which present new opportunities for the industry.

Incorporating the theme “Opportunities in Times of Uncertainty”, the ‘Halal Day @ Food & Hotel Digital Weeks Series’ will feature webinar sessions and panel discussions that bring insights on the latest trends and opportunities in the industry.

A total of 8 industry experts from Euromonitor International, RSIS-NTU, Muis, Indonesia Halal Product Assurance Agency (BPJPH) will be speaking. Join our experts for an exciting discussion on the latest insights!

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Session title: COVID-19 Impact on the Halal Food Industry

Session description: The coronavirus has affected the food industry globally, causing home seclusion, channel shifts and stockpiling of packaged food, especially in markets facing supply chain disruptions and lockdown measures.

Euromonitor International’s Food and Nutrition Research Consultant, Emil Fazira, examines the impact of COVID-19 on the halal food industry in 2020.


– Study the impact of COVID-19 on key halal food markets

– Review the evolution of pre-COVID-19 halal food drivers

– Identify opportunities and outlook post-lockdown

Session date and time: 17 Nov 2020 at 11.30am SGT

Speaker name: Food and Nutrition Research Consultant, Emil Fazira