We’ve seen the Muslim vegan movement on the rise over the last few years, more recently I have been questioning how halal our meat really is. I find myself being put off eating meat in restaurants because I question how great the quality could be when they’re serving hundreds of customers a week. I have also found a lot of buzz surrounding Halal organic and ethical meat on Twitter, so it caused me to delve into research surrounding organic halal meat in the UK. I have to say, I was shocked at the price tag! But I guess the wider issue is around cutting down how much meat we consume – perhaps with a whole chicken costing more than a tenner, it will force the habit. I’ve also tried to eat more fish but have you heard about lice and salmon… maybe that’s for another article. Here are 5 places you can get halal organic meat in the UK.
Started by Lutfi Radwan and his wife Ruby in Oxfordshire, their family home is the UK’s first organic halal farm. They have grown from supplying family and friends to customers across the UK.
The @seesomething food mini-series debuts today! In the 1st episode of Mangos & Memories, we explore halal, Eid al-Adha & how some American Muslims are taking a more ethical stance towards meat consumption.
— ahmed ali akbar (@radbrowndads) August 24, 2018
Truly organic halal meat. Not enough of it in the uk sadly. http://t.co/kgxL74nqeV
— DaSilva (@shazdasilva) May 17, 2014
http://t.co/QDMaG1tw2Z I looked for years to find halal organic meat!
— Kristiane Backer (@KristianeBacker) May 13, 2013
— peace (@rawislam) December 3, 2015
Hmm and how can u stop it? People will buy cheaper meat and if halal ll be cheaper people will buy it! 2B Vegetarian is not 4 everyone. I buy only organic Italian,German and Czech meat..living in Italy.And it is fu.cking expensive!
— Vendula (@Vendula82) January 4, 2018
Halal meat is actually getting more and more popular in America. It’s placed in the same category as organic foods and non-Muslim friends tell me it even tastes better. #HalalTurkeyJihad is winning! https://t.co/isXyZC2sd5
— Sayed M. Modarresi (@SayedModarresi) November 21, 2017