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Religion, regulation, consumptionGlobalising kosher and halal markets$
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John Lever and Johan Fischer

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781526103642

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781526103642.001.0001

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Beyond meat

Beyond meat

(p.78) 3 Beyond meat
Religion, regulation, consumption

John Lever

Johan Fischer

Manchester University Press

Within the last couple of decades, the trend in both kosher and halal production is that these globalising religious markets have moved beyond meat to include enzyme production, for example, as enzymes are part of a wide range of types of foods and drinks. This chapter explores how multinational companies that are both kosher and halal certified understand and comply with rising requirements in respect to issues such as certification, staff policies, science and innovation, for example – and how non-meat products such as enzymes are produced and qualified as kosher and halal.

Keywords:   Kosher, halal, enzymes, certification, staff policies, science, innovation

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