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May 14, 2018
Halal regulation continues to be an area of uncertainty for many companies due to the absence of a unified standard. This is especially true in the Asia Pacific region where notable accreditation bodies are based in different countries and often differ from one another. Despite the rise of halal certification, halal compliance without certification may […]
Emil Fazira
April 26, 2018
Halal Leads Ethical Labelling Prospects Globally With a USD55 billion market in 2017, the halal packaged food and drinks global industry is set for more gains in the next five years, with 5% value CAGR predicted. This makes it the most optimistic type of ethical labelling for packaged food and drinks, outpacing other well-known types […]
January 18, 2018
SINGAPORE – Global market research company Euromonitor International unveiled via webinar the latest trends shaping the halal market as companies race to benefit from a pool of untapped consumers. “Population changes, increasing disposable income and growing internet penetration are some of the key factors driving growth of halal products demands. Disposable income of countries with […]
December 20, 2017
Halal remains under the spotlight as companies race to benefit from a pool of untapped consumers. In this webinar Euromonitor’s analysts consider why the market is gaining prominence and the drivers and consumer habits that will affect manufacturers’ product development, logistics, branding and expansion strategies.
October 7, 2017
Rising Muslim populations in Europe have fuelled the appetite for halal reformulations and labelling. The Muslim population in the UK for example increased by around 285,000 in the review period (2011-2016). Similar spikes are to be expected in new markets, where demand for halal is ripening. Navigating emerging halal markets that lack a harmonised halal […]
September 14, 2016
Culture segments consumers, countries and companies in many ways, therefore making it difficult to speak about any single, definitive “culture”. Two people in the same country may unite under similar nationalistic tendencies, and yet align more closely with other people spread across the world in terms of religious preferences, lifestyle choices or values. Given this […]
September 5, 2016
Close to 90% of the population in Indonesia is Muslim and thus interested in halal certified products. Halal is an Arabic term meaning permissible, with certified products being free from alcohol and certain animal-derived ingredients. Halal beauty products was a relatively niche area until the end of the review period. Paragon Technology and Innovation PT […]
July 7, 2016
Food and beverages labelling is important; this is true not only for transparency and traceability but also for value and religious importance. Coca-Cola Malaysia recently refuted allegations that its imported Coca-Cola UEFA Euro 2016 limited edition aluminium bottles, sold in selected outlets in the country, contain alcohol. The company issued a statement that although the […]

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