20 October 16 | The Straits Times
KUALA LUMPUR • Food outlets in Muslim-majority Malaysia must rename hot dogs or risk being refused halal certification, a government religious authority has said.
The ruling, which also includes other food items whose name includes the word "dog", has garnered much ridicule on social media. It follows complaints by Muslim tourists from overseas, said Mr Sirajuddin Suhaimee, director of the halal...
05 October 16 | The Straits Times by MELISSA LIN
The ikan kuning you eat with your nasi lemak could become extinct in your lifetime - unless consumers turn to sustainable sources for the fish, a nature group has warned.
To help consumers make ethical food choices, a guide that assesses the environmental sustainability of 41 popular seafood species in Singapore was launched yesterday by the the World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF-Singapor...
14 September 16 | The Straits Times by LEE XIN EN
Developer Regal International Group will develop a halal industry zone within the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park (CMQIP).
The Singapore-listed real estate company said yesterday that its subsidiary Million Sunray will work with the park administrators to build various centres for halal certification and review, research and development and exhibitions.
It will also build a halal food pr...