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Why Halal food?

“O men, eat what is lawful and good, do not follow in the footsteps of Satan, for he is your declared enemy” (Sura Al Baqarah, 2:168)

Particularly in the food sector, Halal is contrasted with prohibited foods and drinks, “haram”, which are considered dangerous for the body and spirit.
The reasons behind this distinction are partly linked to hygienic and health reasons, as well as the basic fact that Muslims must obey the regulations by act of faith.

Everything that is not indicated in one of the canonical sources of Islam, including:
– Quran
– Sunnah (sayings and behaviours of the prophet)

We come, therefore, to the main categories of foods prohibited according to Islamic law:
– Derivatives of carnivorous animals (e.g. birds of prey) and omnivores (e.g. Pigs)
– intoxicating products (e.g. alcohol, nutmeg, etc.)
– derivatives of insects ( e.g. red dye E120)
– anything that can be harmful to health.
For this reason, those who embrace the Halal philosophy rely on companies certified in an Authentic way.