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What is Halal?
Halal refers to food products that are prepared following Islamic dietary laws and regulations that determine what is permissible, lawful and clean. The word halal literally means “permissible.” Haram food products are the opposite of halal, they are “forbidden.” It is important for Muslim consumers to know the Halal status of certain food products to ensure that the foods meet their dietary requirements.

Halal food standards for the University of Toronto’s St. George campus were created by the department of Food Services in 2009 in cooperation with the Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office. These standards help increase awareness of the halal foods available to consumers while ensuring that clearly defined labeling practices are maintained across the St. George campus.
Halal is an Arabic word meaning lawful or permitted. In reference to food, it is the dietary standard, as prescribed in the Qur’an (the Muslim scripture). The opposite of halal is haram, which means unlawful or prohibited. Halal and haram are universal terms that apply to all facets of life. These terms are commonly used in relation to food products, meat products, cosmetics, personal care products, pharmaceuticals, food ingredients, and food contact materials.

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