In the industrial or industry context, "Halal" refers to products or processes that are permissible according to Islamic law.

Here are some examples of Halal practices and products used in industry:

  1. Food processing: Halal food processing involves adhering to specific guidelines in the slaughtering and preparation of animals for consumption. The use of certain ingredients, such as pork or alcohol, is also prohibited in Halal food.

  2. Cosmetics: Halal cosmetics are products that do not contain any ingredients that are prohibited by Islamic law, such as alcohol or animal-derived ingredients.

  3. Pharmaceuticals: Halal pharmaceuticals are medications that are manufactured and distributed in compliance with Halal guidelines, such as using Halal-certified ingredients and avoiding the use of alcohol.

  4. Finance: Halal finance refers to financial practices that are compliant with Islamic law, such as avoiding interest-based transactions and investing in permissible businesses.

Here are some similar things to Halal practices and products in the industrial context:

  1. Kosher: Kosher practices and products are those that adhere to Jewish dietary laws and other religious guidelines.

  2. Vegan: Vegan products are those that do not contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products.

  3. Organic: Organic products are those that are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or other chemicals.

  4. Fair trade: Fair trade products are those that are produced and traded under specific social and environmental standards, with the aim of promoting fair labor practices and sustainable development.


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