Halal Food App Challenges Deliveroo
When three international students came to the UK, starting a company wasn’t on their agenda. This all changed when they couldn’t order halal food to fuel their late night study...Read more
Brunei & South Korea partner up to tap halal food market
Women-led companies from South Korea have engaged Brunei’s Women Business Council to pair its expertise with the sultanate’s know-how in halal food and tap into the global halal market. “Korea...Read more
China wants to dominate the Halal Market
Euromonitor forecasts that Muslim consumers will make up more than a quarter of the world's population by 2030, and China wants to play an active role in feeding them.Read more
Why brands are embracing modest fashion
Global fashion brands from luxury to high street have woken up to the Islamic calendar. Around the world, brands run fashion promotions for Ramadan and Eid -- the "new Christmas." In London, luxury retailers gear up for the "Harrods Hajj," a seasonal pre-Ramadan influx of affluent Gulf shoppers.Read more
Aramco Plans Billion Dollar Tech Fund
"Much of the ambitious economic and social plan to diversify the Saudi economy, jump-start its private sector and create jobs relies on the PIF as an orchestrator of economic growth," - Karen Young, Arab Gulf States InstituteRead more
Halal skiing & cruise trips
“The average Muslim traveller is becoming more discerning and adventurous. We’ve seen rising demand for halal ski resorts… in Turkey, Bosnia and Switzerland,” - Ufuk Seqcin, chief marketing officer (CMO) at HalalBookingRead more
Halal Food Market Growth Prospects In MENA
- Middle East accounted for the largest market share in the MENA halal food market in 2017. In Middle East, regional government authorities such as the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (ESMA) are taking initiatives to develop an optimal model for halal food regulations. Such activities are projected to have positive impact on Middle East halal food industry.
- Key players operating in the MENA halal food market are investing significantly to enhance their presence in Middle East. For instance, in November 2017, Al Islami Foods, a leading UAE halal food manufacturer, opened its biggest food production facility in Sharjah’s Hamriyah Free Zone.