With the word Wine, the alcoholic drink made from fermented grapes comes to mind, which is forbidden in Islam.
Wine, not only used as a drink, but it is recommended for health and also is a popular drink that accompanies and enhances a wide range of cuisines, from the simple and traditional stews to the most sophisticated and complex haute cuisines. For health and cooking! But how a Muslim can consume wine if it is not Halal?
A number of countries are trying to capture a slice of Japan’s US$800 billion-dollar food and beverage market. Malaysia in particular, using Tokyo Olympic 2021 as a launchpad, has been banking on the Games to export its halal products and services worth up to US$300 million-dollar.
The government of Indonesia on the other hand, to promote and preserve its position in the international market, issued a regulation 31/2019 regarding -
Breads, cookies, hamburgers and kebabs are among the foods which individuals have turned into successful food companies.
Starting a food manufacturing business involves planning to find a marketable niche product that can gain loyal local or regional customers. While researching and planning, keep in mind depending on the type of the product you want to produce you need to obtain license or licenses.
Maybe you love cooking and have been dreaming about opening your own restaurant. Maybe you have worked in the restaurant industry for years mastering the intricacies of the business and have planned the whole thing, from the yummy food and friendly staff to the perfect location and special ambiance.
Whatever brought you here, now you want to take that dream and make it a reality! OK; but you still have a little work to do!
There are dietary guidelines for food; what about for beverages? A Beverage Guidance Panel was assembled to provide guidance on the relative health and nutritional benefits and risks of various beverage categories. They ranked them from 1 to 6, and water ranked number 1.
Soda ranked last at number 6. Whole milk was grouped with beer, with a recommendation for zero grams a day, in part out of concern for links between milk and prostate cancer, as well as aggressive ovarian cancer.