The Global Halal Food Market

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PROJECT REPORT
ON
“HALAL”

Submitted to
Jaipur National University
in partial fulfillment for course in
Bachelor in Hotel Management and Catering Technology

Prepared by: Vikas Saini

Guide: Mr. Anshuman kelsy

2011-2012 School of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Jaipur National University Jaipur

DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the project work entitled “HALAL”submitted to the University of Rajasthan , is a record of an original work done by me under the guidance of Dr. M.P Goyal Member of Department of Business Administration and this project work has not performed the basis for the award of any Degree or diploma / associate ship / fellowship and similar project if any.

Signature

Name - Nisha Kumari

Date - 2013

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the project entitled “HALAL ” is bonfide record of independent work done by Vikas Saini under my supervision during year 2011-2012 submitted to the Jaipur National University in partial fulfillment for the award of the Degree of Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology and that the project has not previously formed the basis for the award of any other degree, Diploma ,Associate ship, Fellowship or other title.

Signature Of Guide

Name: Mr. Anshuman Kelsy

Designation:

Date:31st march 2012

Table of contents

1. Abstract

2. Objective

3. Introduction

4. Research Methodology

5. Limitation of study

6. Description of the project

7. Analysis & Interpretation

8. Finding /result

9. Suggestions

10. Conclusion

11. Bibliography & Webilogrphy

12. Appendix

Abstract

The  estimated  value  of  the  global  Halal  food  market  at 2010  for  1.6  billion  Muslims  around  the  world  was  $634  billion. Although  the  Muslim  population  consists  of  24%  of  the  world population,  they  are  consuming  only 16% of total food consumption. When one considers “Halal” as a way of life, its realm extends  beyond  just  food  and  takes  on  a  more  holistic  approach. 

The  universal  values  of  Halal  should  encompass  values  such  as  fair trade,  animal welfare,  wholesome,  natural  etc.  Which are fast gaining appeal with non-Muslims?  Most  of  these  imports  are  from  non-Muslim  majority countries  such  as  Brazil,  India,  New  Zealand  and Australia. One the challenges in Halal industry is that the market is fragmented and lack ok a comprehensive regulatory framework.  Ironically, there is a lack of consumer awareness in the Muslim majority countries. Most  of  the  Halal  products  (80%)  are  made  by  non-Muslim  owned companies.  It  is  vital  then  that  the  auditing  and  monitoring functions  are  strictly  controlled  by  competent  Muslim  authorities. 

Object Of Study

* To identify that people are aware or nor about halal

* How to do halal Process

* To know the process of halal certificate.

INTRODUCTION

The food industry, like any other industry, responds to the needs and desires of the consumer. People all over the world are now more conscious about foods, health, and nutrition. They are interested in eating healthy foods that are low in calories, cholesterol, fat, and sodium. Many people are interested in foods that are organically produced without the use of synthetic pesticides...
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