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    Halal & Haram Food-Be CareFul

    Halal & Haram Food Guide

    "Halal Food" means food or product that contains NO pork, lard, bacon, ham, alcohol or any of their byproducts.

    "Haram Food" is not Permissible for Islamic consumption. Muslims must seek "Halal" and and avoid "Haram".
    There is a fact about food ingredients that all muslims must know. As we may know that the prepared, canned, and frozen food have some addictives, enzymes, emulsifiers and some other chemical materials. These materials are either prepared or derived from plants or animals and some are synthetical. Hence, one has to find out what type of animal has been used for the preparation of these materials. If the source is pork, then definitely, it becomes haram (unlawful) for muslims to use or eat that kind of food.
    The following list of Classified Ingredients are widely used in the Food Industries. Some of these ingredients are Halal (lawful), some are Mash-Booh (suspected), and some are Haram (unlawful). Please note that this is a partial list.
    We have done our best to insure that the information we preset here is accurate and lawful to the islamic prospective, but if you find otherwise please let us know.

    Partial List of Halal (Lawful) Ingredients
    Nartural - Additives
    Citric Acid
    Honey
    Mustard
    Pepper
    Salt
    Sugar
    Vinegar
    Synthetic - Additives
    Sodium Bicarbonate
    Sodium Citrate
    More Halal ingredients
    Acetic Acid
    Adipic Acid
    Agar
    Amylase
    Amylose
    Antioxidantants (BHA & BHT)
    Arachidonic Acids (Fish)
    Ascorbic Acid (Vit. C)
    Avidin
    Baking Powder
    Baking Soda
    Benzoate (Benzoic Acid)
    Bran
    Butyric Acid
    Calciferol (Vit. D3)
    Calcium Acid Phosphate
    Carbohydrates (Natural)
    Carotene
    Carotenoid
    Carrageenin
    Casein
    Cellulose
    Chocolate Liquor
    Cholecalciferol
    Choline
    Citric Acid
    Cocoa Butter
    Corn Syrup Solids
    Cream of tartar
    Cultures (Microbes)
    Cystein
    Dextrose
    Disaccherids
    Ergosterol
    Farina
    Fiber
    Ficin
    Firming Agents
    Fructose
    Galactose
    Gallic Acid
    Gliadin (Gluten)
    Glucose
    Gums
    Hemicellulose
    Hydrogenated Oils
    Inulin
    Iodine
    Lactic Acid
    Lactose
    Lysin
    Malic Acid
    Malt
    Maltose
    Mannitol
    Mannosan
    Methionine
    Molases
    Monosaccherides
    Oxalic Acid
    Papain
    Pectin
    Phytic Acid
    Polysacceride
    Propionic Acid
    Propyl gallate
    Roughage
    Smoke Flavorings
    Sodium Aluminum Sulphate
    Sorbic Acid
    Sorbitol
    Starch
    Sucrose
    Suet
    Sweeteners (Natural)
    Tannic Acid
    Tapioca
    Tryptophan
    Vanilla
    Vanilla Acid
    Vanillin
    Vitamin Tablets: (A, D, E, C)
    Zinc

    Partial List of Haram (Unlawful) Ingredients
    Alcohol
    Alcoholic Beverages
    Bacon
    Cider (Hard) (Alcohol)
    Cocaine
    Codeine
    Collagen
    D.E.S (sex Hormones)
    Ethylene Oxide
    Fermented Malt
    Ham (Hog)
    Insulin (Porcine)
    Insulin
    Lard (Hog)
    Pepsin (Hog)
    Pork
    Vanilla Extract (Alcohol)
    Wine (Alcohol)

    Partial List of Mash-Booh (Suspected) Ingredients
    Mash-Booh Product
    Sources
    Alanine
    Animal/Plants
    Bile Salts
    Animal
    Biotin
    Animal
    Chelate
    Animal
    Cholesterol
    Animal
    Chymotrypsin
    Animal
    Cobalamine
    Animal
    Coloring Extract
    Health Reasons
    Cures
    .
    Cystein
    Animal
    Cystine
    Animal
    Diglycerides
    Animal/Plants
    Disodium Inosinate
    Animal
    Disodium Guanilate
    Animal
    Diuretic
    Health Reasons
    EDTA
    Health Reasons
    Enrichement
    Animal/Plants (Mainly Plants)
    Fatty Acids
    Animal/Plants
    Folic Acid
    Animal/Plants
    Gelatin
    Animal/Seaweeds
    Glycerides
    Animal/Plants
    Glycerol
    Animal
    Hismatine
    Animal/Plants
    Hormones
    Animal
    Inositol
    Animal/Plants
    Insulin
    Animal
    Keratin
    Animal
    Limit Dextrin
    Animal
    Lipids
    Animal/Plants
    Monoglycerides
    Animal/Plants
    Niacin
    Animal/Plants
    Nitrate
    Health reasons
    Nitrite
    Health Reasons
    Oleic Acid
    Animal/Plants
    Para Amino Benzoic Acid
    Animal/Plants
    Pepsin
    Animal
    Phenyl Alanine
    Animal/Plants
    Phospholipids
    Animal
    Phosphoric Acid
    Health Reasons
    Polysaccherides - Amylopectin
    Animal
    Polysaccherides - Glycogen
    Animal
    Polyunsaturated
    Animal/Plants
    Rennet
    Animal/Plants
    Rennin
    Animal/Plants
    Riboflavin
    Animal/Plants (Mainly Plants)
    Shortenings
    Animal/Plants
    Sweeteners - Aspartame
    Health reasons
    Sweeteners - Cyclamate
    Health Reasons
    Sweeteners - Saccharine
    Health Reasons
    Tartaric Acid
    Alcohol
    Thiamin
    Animal/Plants
    Tonic
    Alcohol/No-Alcohol
    Trypsin
    Animal
    Uric Acid
    Animal
    Vinegar
    Alcohol/No-Alcohol
    Vitamin: Capsules (A,E,K)
    Animal
    Whey
    May contain Rennin or Rennet
    Yeast (Brewer's Beer)
    Alcohol




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    Here are the results of consultations done with various food companies. No particular questions were asked about products that may contain alcohol.
    1. L.D. Schrieber Cheese Company:







      No shortening, lard, gelatin or lecithin used. Cow products are used HALAL


      The lists below have been taken with permission from the book 'Islamic Dietary Laws and Practices by Mohammad Mazhar Hussaini and M S Ahmad Hussein Sakr, Ph.D .

      It should be noted that a product being imported from a Muslim country is not necessarily a guarantee that it is completely Halal. In fact, food is often imported from abroad into Muslim countries without proper checking of ingredients.

      1. AN ALPHABETICAL DEFINITION GUIDE

      An alphabetical list of Halal and Haram ingredients to look out for:

      Bacon: A side of pig meat (pork).

      Choletsorol: type of fat always of animal origin. If extracted from Zabiha animal, it is Halal.

      Diglyceride: Emulsifier. If of animal origin it should be suspected till the source is known.

      Gelatin (Jello Gelatin): Usually of animal origin, mostly from pig. If extracted from a dhabiha animal, then it is halal/

      Glycerol (Glycerine): It could be of animal, plant or Glyceryl-Stearate synthetic origin. If animal source is used, it is suspected.

      Hormones: Usually animal hormones are used for human consumption. One has to find out the source before passing a judgement.

      Lard: Fat from swine particulaly found in the abdominal cavity. Totally Haram for us.

      Magnesium Stearate (stearic acid): Used as an active ingredient in medicine tablets. Haram when derived from animal source.

      Mono Glycerides: When derived from animal source. (Halal when the source is plant).

      Pepsin: A digestive enzyme mostly from pig stomach.

      Rennin (Rennet): A protein Enzyme. Usually not labeled. (In most cheeses).

      Shortening: Fats and oils of animal origin. Animal/Lard

      Vanilla: Extracted using alcohol.

      Vitamins: Haram when from animal source. Mostly the source is synthetic or plant and are Halal.

      Whey: Used in ice creams and yogurt. Haram when from animal source.

      2. A PARTIAL LIST OF HALAL INGREDIENTS
      S/N Name of Ingredients Code No Brief Description

      Antioxidants: Chemical compounds used to protect certain food components from being destroyed or lost through oxidation.

      Ascorbic acid: Vitamin C.

      Benzoate (Benzoic acid): Benzoic acid and sodium benzoate are used for food preservation.

      Biotin: A member of the B complex vitamins.

      BHA: An antioxidant, preservative.

      BHT: An antioxidant, preservative.

      Citric acid: Sources are plant, usually of the citrus family. (e.g. orange, lime, lemon).

      Cobalamine: Synthetically prepared Vitamin B12.

      Dextrin: An emulsifying, sizing, and thickening agent.

      Fiber: Sources are plant. Provide roughage to diet.

      Fructose: Fruit sugar.

      Gliadin (Gluten): Ptotein found in wheat and rye.

      Hydrogenated oil: Vegetable oil being hydrogenated making it solid at room temperature.

      Iodine: A nutrient for thyroid gland.

      Lecithin: Emulsifier of fat. In the USA, sources are mainly soyabean and egg yolk.

      Lipids : Essential fatty acids found in fish, plant and animals. If source is animal; it is suspected.

      Malt: A kind of fermented grain.

      Molasses: Syrup liquid obtained in refining sugar.

      MSG: Flavoring. Imparts meat flavor to foods.

      Niacin: One of the B complex vitamins.

      PABA: A food supplement.

      Pectin: A gelatinous substance extracted from fruits.

      Propionic acid: A preservative.

      Riboflavin: One of the B complex vitamins. Usually the source is synthetic.

      Pure vegetable shortening: Source of this kind of shortening is plant.

      100% vegetable shortening: Source of this kind of shortening is plant.

      Sweetener: Substance that gives a sweet taste.

      Thiamin: One of the B complex vitamins.

      Vanillin: Flavoring agent, extracted from vanilla.

      Vitamin A: If source are plant and synthetic, it is halal.

      Vitamin C: Natural sources are from plant. (e.g. citrus fruit, tomatoes, etc).

      Vitamin D: Natural sources are yeast and fish liver oil. Also synthetically produced.

      Vitamin E: Rich sources of Vitamin E are vegetable oils. When source is synthetic, it is halal. If source is animal, it is suspected.

      Water: The nutrient most vital to man's existence.

      Food yeast: Microscopic, unicellular, fungal plant used for fermentation process and in baking bread.



    2. Burger King Corporation:





      Shortening used in from swine = HARAM
      Lard is used in buns and apple pie = HARAM
      Lecithin is used in buns =HARAM
      Because you are not sure.
      Shakes = HALAL
    3. General Goods:





      Lard is used on Swan Down Cake mixes. Gelatin (from collagen-bearing tissues of any animal) is used in many products including Jell-O Brad Gelatin Desert = HARAM
    4. Knox Gelatin Inc.:





      Knox Gelatin is prepared from the protein collagen, which is extracted from either beef (bones and skin) or PORK (SKINS) =HARAM
    5. American Lecithin Company:





      Our lecithin is derived from soybeans and is sold under the trade name Alcoles = HALAL
    6. Nestle:





      A list was sent to MSA confirming that their products do not contain any animal by-product. Lecithin used in their products is derived from Soybeans = HALAL
    7. General Mills Inc.:




      Shortening similar to lard is used, also Soya lecithin is used =HARAM



      (Because it does not say Soya or lard and you don't know so it is better to avoid)
    8. Quaker Oats:





    Soybean lecithin is used. Shortening used is from swine. Some of the products are MASA Trigo, Flako pie crust and cup cake mix.




    SEVERAL TERMS

    A. Derived from pork or other animal
    Bacon





    Ham



      1. Sausage





      2. Lard





      3. Fat





      4. Gelatin





      5. Shortening (animal).




    B.Avoid- doubtful (may be derived from animal or vegetable):








    Lecithin
    1. Emulsifier



      1. Dough conditioners





      2. Mono and diglycerides





      3. Enzymes or rennet in cheese




    C. You can use: HALAL






    Soya-lecithin


    1. Soybean lecithin





    2. Vegetable lecithin





    3. Vegetable shortening





    4. Vegetable mono and diglyceriders





    5. Vegetable enzymes or rennetless cheese.





    6. Fish.




    D. Avoid may contain alcohol







    1. Artificial and imitation extracts and flavorings
    E. When you see these letters:






    "U" or "K" they may mean that the produce does not contain anything from an animal.





    AVOID THE FOLLOWING AS THEY MAY CONTAIN ALCOHOL:



    Artificial and Imitation extracts and Flavorings.



    MISCELLANEOUS FOOD ITEMS



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Kellog Co.



    Frosted Pop Tarts

    Type-B Gelatin

    (Vegetable/Beef)


    Investigate



    Unfrosted Pop Tarts



    No Gelatin


    HALAL



    Frank Foods



    QT Frosting mix


    Vegetable fat (Shortening)


    HALAL



    General Mills Inc.



    Ready-to-Spread

    Frosting

    Vegetable fat/or Lard


    HARAM



    Proctor & Gamble



    Duncan Hines

    Cake Mix &
    Pringles

    Vegetable fat


    HALAL



    Great Atlantic & Pacific Co.



    A&P Creamer


    Coconut & Palm Oil


    HALAL



    Topco Assoc. Inc.



    Food Club Non Dairy Creamer


    Vegetable fat


    HALAL



    Dietary Creamer



    Vegetable Fat


    HALAL



    Penn Maid Food Inc.



    Natural Yogurt


    No Gelatin


    HALAL



    Swiss Yogurt



    Gelatin from Calf skin


    HARAM



    Jolly Rancher



    Candies


    Palm & Coconut Oil


    HALAL



    M & M Co.



    Starburst fruit Chews


    Gelatin from Lard


    HARAM



    American Home Foods



    Crunch 'N' Munch


    Vegetable Fat


    HALAL




    DISINFECTANT



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Lehn & Fink Products



    Lyson Brand

    All products

    Synthetic chemicals


    HALAL




    BREAD AND PASTRY



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Drake Bakeries (Div. Of Borden foods Inc.)



    Honey bun


    Lard


    HARAM



    Entenmanns



    All Products


    Vegetable Shortening


    HALAL



    Giants Goods



    Bread


    Vegetable Shortening


    HALAL



    Huber Baking Co. (Bakers Of sunshine Bread)



    Roman Meal Bread


    Soybean Salad oil


    HALAL



    Keebler



    All products

    Vegetable Shortening

    Oleo and Lard


    HARAM



    Nabisco



    All Products


    Lard


    HARAM



    Pepperidge farm



    Rolls, Bread, Butter or Cakes*


    Vegetable shortening


    HALAL



    * NOTE:



    Layer cakes even though this cake is made with good shortening the GELATIN USED is made from PIGSKIN


    HARAM



    Pillsbury Co.



    1896/69 Brand Butter, Milk Biscuit


    Vegetable shortening


    HALAL



    Stroehmann Brothers Co



    Hillbilly Bread

    White Bread

    Lard


    HARAM



    Sunshine Biscuit Co.



    All products


    Vegetable shortening


    HALAL




    ICE CREAM



    Manufacturer


    Product


    Use



    Baskin Robbins



    Ice Cream, Sherbets, Water ice


    NOTE: Ice cream and those flavors Containing might marshmallow


    HALAL



    HARAM



    Pensupreme


    Ice Cream


    HARAM



    Pensupreme schraff



    Ice cream (available at safeway)


    HALAL



    Meadow Gold



    Ice cream


    HALAL



    Meadow Gold Louis sherry



    Ice cream (all natural)


    HALAL



    Abbotts



    Ice Cream, Sherbets, Water ice


    HALAL



    Pantry Pride



    Ice cream


    HALAL



    Breyers



    Ice cream


    HALAL




    CHEWING GUM



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Dynamint Co.



    Dynamints


    Candelilla Wax


    HALAL



    Wrigley's Co.



    Chewing gum


    100% mineral or Vegetable base


    HALAL



    Warner Lambert Co.



    Chewing Gum

    Chicklets Dentyne Trident
    Freshen Up

    Vegetable base


    HALAL



    Beach Nut



    Chewing Gum


    Glcerl Monosterate Or Ester of Gum from any animal fat


    HARAM




    FROZEN PIZZA PIES



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Jan's



    Mozzarella Cheese


    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Buitoni



    Mozzarella Cheese


    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Little Chef



    Mozzarella Cheese


    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Ellio's



    Cheddar Cheese


    Swine pepsin


    HARAM



    Quaker Celeste



    Mozzarella Cheese


    Swine pepsin


    HARAM




    PIZZA RESTAURANTS



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Pizza Hut



    Mozzarella Cheese


    Vegetable


    HALAL



    NOTE: Making of pizza is not according to SHARIAH.



    Example: They are using same pot or tray and knife that they use in pork.



    CHEESE



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Purity Company



    Muenster Cheese

    Caraway Muenster Cheese
    Monterey jack
    Muenster Cheese(with hot pepper)
    Farmers Cheese
    Burie (Imported) Cheese
    Camembert Cheese
    Romano Cheese
    Parmesan Cheese

    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Clearfield



    Natural Cheese Kosher Brand.


    Calf Rennet


    HARAM



    Kraft



    Philadelpia Cream Cheese

    Whipped Cream Cheese
    Neufchatel

    Lactic acid


    HALAL



    McCadm Co.



    New York State


    Calf & swine Rennet


    HARAM



    Framageries Bal. Inc.



    Cheese


    Calf Rennet


    HARAM



    World Cheese Col.



    Migdal American

    Haolam

    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Schanling Col.



    Schnall American

    (Individually wrapped)
    Schnall Muenster sliced
    Schnall Mozzarella

    Vegetable


    HALAL



    Clay Butter Co.



    Millers Cheese


    Vegetable


    HALAL



    NOTE: Calf (plural = calves): a young cow or bull.





    COSMETICS



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Avon



    All Products


    Petrochemicals


    HALAL



    Wella Corp.



    Balsam products


    Petrochemicals


    HALAL



    Johnson Product Inc.



    Ultra Sheen


    Lanolin


    HALAL



    Lustrasilk Corp.



    Scalp Cream


    Lanolin


    HALAL



    Westwood Pharmaceutical



    Keri Lotion


    Synthetic chemical


    HALAL



    Chesbrough Ponds Inc.



    Vaseline Intensive Lotion


    Lard


    HARAM




    SOAP



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Proctor & Gamble Co.



    Kirk's Coso Hardwater Castile

    Lava
    Coconut oil

    Vegetable fat


    HALAL



    Ivory



    Camay

    Safe Guard
    Coast
    Zest

    Beef & Pork Tallow


    HARAM



    Lever Brothers Co.



    Lux

    Lifebuoy
    Phase II
    Dove
    Caress

    Beef Tallow*


    HARAM



    Colgate Palmolive Co.



    Palmolive

    Cashmere

    Beef & Pork Tallow*


    HARAM



    Andrew Jergen Co.



    Jergens

    Woodbury

    Beef Tallow*


    HARAM



    Armour Dial inc.



    Dial

    Tone

    Irish spring


    Beef Tallow*



    Pork Tallow*



    HARAM



    Amway Corporation



    All Bar Soaps


    Pork Tallow*


    HARAM



    Nivia Creams



    Sheep's Skin/Fat*




    * NOTE: The Sheep/Beef that is obtained for the products is not slaughtered Islamically, hence, it is still doubtful.





    TOOTHPASTE



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Lever Brothers Co.



    Pepsodents

    Close up
    Aim

    Vegetable Fat


    HALAL



    Colgate Palmolive Co.



    Ultra Brite

    Colgate Paste
    Colgate Powder

    Lard


    HARAM



    Vicks Chemical Co.



    Fix -A- Dent


    Vegetable Fat


    HALAL



    Procter and Gamble



    Gleen


    Lard


    HARAM



    NOTE: Contains alcohol; still in doubt about its use.





    POT CLEANERS



    Manufacturer /Vendor

    Brand

    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    GM Co.



    Rescue 11Soap pads


    HALAL



    Purex Corporation Brillo



    Supreme Steel Wool balls


    HALAL



    Soap pads



    Kosher Soap (Packaged 2 each Pink& Green Bars per carton)

    Double Pads
    Lard

    Beef Tallow


    HARAM



    Miles laboratory



    S.O.S Soap Pads

    Tuffy Plastic Mesh
    Moth/Balls

    Lard


    HARAM




    MEDICATION





    Manufacturer /Vendor



    Brand


    Coagulant/Ingredients


    Use



    Seldane Caps.



    Pepsin


    HARAM



    Seldane Syrup



    HALAL




    LIST OF HALAL AND HARAM FOOD INGREDIENTS






    Acetic Acid
    HALAL



    Alcohol
    HARAM



    Ammonium chloride
    HALAL



    Ammonium Sulphate
    HALAL



    Animal Fat
    HARAM



    Animal shortening
    Investigate



    Ascorbic Acid
    HALAL



    Aspartame
    HALAL



    Bacon (Pork)
    HARAM



    Benzoate/Benzoic Acid
    HALAL



    BHA
    HALAL



    BHT
    HALAL



    Calcium Carbonate
    HALAL



    Calcium Sulphate
    HALAL



    Carrageenan
    HALAL



    Cocoa Butter
    HALAL



    Collegen (pork)
    HARAM



    Corn Meal/Corn Starch
    HALAL



    Corn Syrup
    HALAL



    Dextrin/Dextrose
    HALAL



    Dicalcium phosphate
    HALAL



    Diglyceride (Animal)
    HARAM



    Diglyceride (Plant)
    HALAL



    Dough Conditioners
    HARAM



    EDTA
    HALAL



    Emulsifier
    HARAM



    Enzyme (Animal)
    HARAM



    Enzyme (Plant)
    HALAL



    Ergocalciferol
    HALAL



    Ergosterol
    HALAL



    Fat (Pork or Animal)
    HARAM



    Fatty Acid (Animal)
    HARAM



    Fatty Acid (Plant)
    HALAL



    Ferrous Sulphate
    HALAL



    Fructose
    HALAL



    Fungal Protease Enzyme
    HALAL



    Gelatin
    HARAM



    Glucose
    HALAL



    Glyceride (Animal)
    HARAM



    Glyceride (Plant)
    HALAL



    Glycerol/Glycerine (Animal)
    HARAM



    Glycerol /Glycerine (Plant)
    HALAL



    Gum Acacia
    HALAL



    Ham
    HARAM



    Harmones (Animal)
    HARAM



    Harmones (Plant)
    HALAL



    Hydrogenated Oil
    HALAL



    Hydrolyzed Animal protein
    HARAM



    Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein
    HALAL



    Lard
    HARAM



    Leavenings
    HALAL



    Lecithin (commercial)
    HALAL



    Malt
    HALAL



    Malto Dextrin
    HALAL



    Hydrogenated oil
    HALAL



    Molasses
    HALAL



    Monocalcium Phosphate
    HALAL



    Mono Saccharides
    HALAL



    Monoglycerides (Animal)
    HARAM



    Monoglycerides (Plant)
    HALAL



    MSG (Monosodium Glutamate)
    HALAL



    Nitrates/Nitrites
    HALAL



    Nonfat Dry Milk
    HALAL



    Oxalic Acid
    HALAL



    PABA
    HALAL



    Partially Hydrogenated oil
    HALAL



    Pectic Materials
    HALAL



    Pectin
    HALAL



    Pepsin (Animal)
    HARAM



    Phospholipid (Animal)
    HARAM



    Phospholipid (Plant)
    HALAL



    Phosphoric Acid
    HALAL



    Pork & All by Products
    HARAM



    Potassium Benzoate
    HALAL



    Potassium Citrate
    HALAL



    Propionate
    HALAL



    Propionic Acid
    HALAL



    Renin Rennet
    Investigate



    Saccharine
    HALAL



    Salt
    HALAL



    Sausage
    HARAM



    Shortening (Animal)
    HARAM



    Shortening (Plant)
    HALAL



    Soy protein
    HALAL



    Soybean Oil
    HALAL



    Sucrose
    HALAL



    Tapioca
    HALAL



    Tricalcium Phosphate
    HALAL



    Vinegar
    HALAL



    Whey
    Investigate



    Yeast
    HALAL




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    thanks, very nice sharing, as a muslim we should know which foods are permissible in islam. good effort you have made

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    The word halal means permissible and it is the antonym of haram, forbidden. The word harm is used to label all sorts of sinful things, but the word halal is often just used for food.

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    Eating Less - The Solution To Many Problems

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    Eating Less - The Solution To Many Problems

    By Asma bint Shameem

    I feel really tired! I can't get up for Fajr! I just don't have the energy to go to the Halaqas!
    I just don't have Khushoo' in my Salah! I don't know why I yawn so much during my prayers! I can't seem to lose weight! I've tried all the diets but nothing works!


    Do these remarks sound familiar? Do they remind you of someone?
    Do you realize, O Brother/Sister in Islaam, that these conditions are caused by nothing but…..EATING TOO MUCH!
    Eating too much is the root of much of the problems we have today. We don't need to eat more than a few bites to stay alive and fit.


    The Prophet (pbuh) said:
    "The son of Adam does not fill any vessel worse than his stomach. It is sufficient for the son of Adam to eat a few morsels to keep him alive. If he must fill it, then one-third for his food, one-third for his drink, and one-third for air." (al-Tirmidhi --saheeh by al-Albaani)


    Not only is it bad for the bodily health of an individual, overeating is equally bad, rather worse, for his spiritual health and wellbeing, as well as for his Aakhira.

    Abu Juhayfah said: "A man burped in the presence of the Messenger of Allaah (pbuh) and he said: "Keep your burps away from us, for the one who eats his fill the most in this world will be hungry for the longest time on the Day of Resurrection." (al-Tabaraani--Saheeh)

    After hearing that Abu Juhayfah did not eat his fill until he departed from this world; if he ate breakfast he would not eat dinner and if he ate dinner he would not eat breakfast, and he said: "I have not filled my stomach for thirty years."


    Yet, we force our kids to eat, to finish their plate or just simply stuff themselves until they are full. And we do the same ourselves. What we don't realize is that, not only is this bad for health, and against the wise teachings of our beloved Prophet (pbuh), but it is this excessive eating that is keeping us away from the sincere and focused worship of Allaah that we are searching for…..that Khushoo'….that Sakeena, the peace that should be there in all our Ibadaat.

    This is because eating one's fill makes the body heavy, which leads to yawning and laziness in worship and work. All of us can speak from our experiences in Ramadaan, when the worship of Allaah becomes heavy and laborious, if we eat too much.


    The Prophet (pbuh) said, "A believer eats in one intestine (is satisfied with a little food), and a kafir (unbeliever) or a hypocrite eats in seven intestines (eats too much)." (Bukhaari)

    If a person eats too much, he becomes sluggish and sleeps a great deal, and wastes a lot of his time. Sufyaan al-Thawri said: If you want your body to be healthy and to sleep less, then eat less.
    Eating too much also makes the heart hard and heedless of Allaah.
    It was said to Imam Ahmad: Does a man find any softness and humility in his heart when he is full? He said, "I do not think so."


    And that is why the Prophet (pbuh) and his companions used to go hungry quite frequently, even in the presence of abundant food.

    Umm-ul-Momineen Aisha said: "From the time of their arrival in Madina up until his death, the family of Muhammad never ate their fill of bread made from wheat three nights in a row." (Bukhaari)


    Some people argue that as long as what they are eating is Halaal, they can eat whatever they want, whenever they want and in whatever quantity they want.
    But Allaah condemns everyone who is extravagant, even in things that are permissible:


    "and eat and drink but waste not by extravagance, certainly He (Allaah) likes not those who waste by extravagance" [al-A'raaf 7:31]

    Umar (RA) said: By Allaah, if I wanted I could wear the finest clothes among you, and eat the best food, and have the most luxurious life. But I heard that Allaah will condemn people for some of their actions and said:

    "You received your good things in the life of the world, and you took your pleasure therein. Now this Day you shall be recompensed with a torment of humiliation, because you were arrogant in the land without a right, and because you used to rebel against Allaah's Command (disobey Allaah)" [al-Ahqaaf 46:20]


    Ibrahim ibn Adham said: "Any one who controls his stomach is in control of his deen, and anyone who controls his hunger is in control of good behavior.. Disobedience towards Allah is nearest to a person who is satiated with a full stomach, and furthest away from a person who is hungry."

    The Ulama enumerate multiple benefits of eating in moderation. Eating less keeps the body healthy and light, keeps the heart soft, increases memory, weakens desires, and disciplines the soul while excessive eating brings about the opposite of these praiseworthy qualities..
    Haatim al-Taa'iy said: "If you give your stomach and your private part what they ask for, you will end up regretting it." (Fath al-Baari)


    In fact, the Ulama say that if a person eats so much food that it harms him, then this is haraam.. (Islam-qa)
    That is because anything that harms is not allowed in Islaam. Allaah says:
    "Do not kill yourself…." (Surat al-Nisaa' 4:29)
    Also, the Prophet (pbuh) said: "There should be no harming or reciprocating harm."


    A Muslim considers his food and drink means to something else. They are not a goal and pleasure in themselves. He eats and drinks in order to keep his body healthy so that he may worship Allah the Almighty. This is the worship that will make him qualified for the honor of the life and happiness of the Hereafter. He does not eat and drink for the sake of eating and drinking itself or its desires. Therefore, if he is not hungry, he does not eat. If he is not thirsty, he does not drink.

    Allah's Messenger (pbuh) said:
    "We are a people who do not eat until we are hungry. And if we eat, we do not eat to our fill."

    And the wisdom behind whatever the Prophet (pbuh) said or did 1400 years ago is being proven now with science, and it shows the truthfulness of his Prophethood and the beauty and excellence of our Deen, al-Islaam, the perfect way of life.

    The weight loss industry is a multi-billion dollar business. Obesity is a major American tragedy, affecting millions of people of all ages. Overeating is leading people to a variety of illnesses; from heart disease to diabetes, arthritis to asthma, from nightmares and insomnia to depression and anxiety, just to name a few.

    The way to stop eating too much is to stop gradually. If a person is used to eating a lot and he stops all of a sudden and starts eating very little, he will become weak and his appetite will increase. So he should reduce it gradually, by eating less and less of his usual food, until he reaches a moderate intake of food.

    When it comes to eating better, less is definitely more. And besides… eating less is the perfect way to lose those extra pounds we have been trying (futily) to shed for years.
    While we were trying so hard and looking every place under the sun to lose that weight, we forgot to look right under our noses…..


    We forgot that the best and most perfect diet is to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh). For, indeed, it is only his way that is the best and his guidance that is perfect.


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    way long explanation. any conclusion or few strong points................
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    Thanks for sharing the information of hilala and haram food. I am also very touchy about food and always read the ingredients before eating or buying. I am also related to food industry and manufacturing ketchup, mayonnaise and jam under the umbrella of Galaxy food industries Faisalabad, Pakistan and all things are 100% halal.

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    The restaurant menu focuses on the use of fresh quality produce. - Photos by Kiran Afzal.

    Citrus is a new restaurant that has opened up by the Kitchen Cuisine Enterprise in the Galleria Mall in Lahore. Though situated inside a shopping mall, the restaurant is fine dining focusing on the use of fresh quality produce, along with ingredients from their very own herb garden.

    The first thing that one notices when walking inside the restaurant is the bold orange accents of the décor, from the crockery to the paintings on the wall. The contrasting dark wooden furniture is a reminder of chilly winter nights, with the brick lined bonfire in the middle of the restaurant echoing the same theme.

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    its very sad to know that in our country no care about halal and haram foods in snacks juices choclates etc haram ingredients r selling

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