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The Kosher Label and The Halal Label

From Food And Water Watch The “Kosher“ label indicates that the food products were certified by a Kosher certification organization (comp...

From Food And Water Watch

The “Kosher“ label indicates that the food products were certified by a Kosher certification organization (comprised of Rabbis and field supervision specialists) and produced in accordance with Jewish Law. Kosher certification involves the inspection of slaughterhouses, processing facilities, and food ingredients to ensure kosher standards. Kosher certifying organizations also indicate whether the product is fleishig (meat), milchig (dairy) or pareve (neither meat nor dairy), as the separation of meat and dairy is important in the Kosher diet. The label does not tell you anything about what the animals were fed or if they had access to pasture. USDA does not verify use of the Kosher label.
To find out more about Kosher click JewFAQ.

The “Halal“ label is found on products certified by a Halal certification agency, and produced and handled according to Islamic law, under Islamic authority. Halal certification involves the inspection of food preparation practices, processing facilities, and food ingredients to ensure that Halal standards were met. The label does not reveal anything about what the animals were fed or if they had access to pasture. USDA does not verify use of the “Halal” label.
Read IFANCA (N. America) for more about Halal.

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  1. Stun then cut, Cut then stun. There is no difference as far as I can see. A moment's more or less pain is irrelevant. We should not make it difficult for others, live and let live.

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