Food

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Importaed Spices May be Contaminated

Spice imports from Mexico and India have been found to have the highest rate of contamination.

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Mainstreaming Halal One Certification at a Time

Based in the greater Chicago area, the Islamic Food and Nutritition Council of America (IFANCA) is dedicated to the promotion of halal as a dietary need for Muslims. The non-profit was founded in 1982 by a group of Muslim food scientists.

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California Muslims Launch the Nation's First Halal Food and Eid Festival

The Bay Area is home to some 300,000 Muslims, and with Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations just around the corner, Muslim foodies are gearing up to celebrate the state's first "Halal Fest."

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Extreme Ramadan Fasting Times Across the World

Think you have it rough this Ramadan? Be glad you're not in London, where fasts start at 2:30!

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2013: Year of Halal Food

2013 seems to be the year of halal food. There are multiple halal food themed events happening across North America.

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Embracing a Greener Ramadan

Green iftars, and sustainable ways Muslims can approach the holy month of Ramadan.

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Vitamin Company Donates Meals to the Hungry

In the spirit of Ramadan, NoorVitamins has launched the “Ummah Project 2012,” pledging to donate one meal to the hungry in Bangladesh and Pakistan through the Muslims without Borders organization for every purchase made on their website this month.

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Islam Is Part of the Fabric of Our Nation: President Obama

Statement by the President on the Occasion of Ramadan.

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Ramadan Food Waste and Tips for Cutting it Down

Five easy tips to help you cut your food waste during Ramadan.

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Halal Foods Hits the Road

Saffron Road, American Halal Co.’s packaged food brand, is setting out on a tour to along the West Coast of the U.S. to create awareness of its product and cause.