Halal meat is meat that is prepared according to Islamic dietary laws. These laws specify how the animal should be raised, how it should be slaughtered, and what kinds of foods are allowed and prohibited for Muslims to eat.
To be considered halal, the animal must be healthy and free from disease, and it must be slaughtered by a Muslim who recites a prayer before making the cut. The knife used for the slaughter must also be very sharp and must not touch the spinal cord, which can cause the animal unnecessary pain.
This infographic from Wehalal explains what makes halal meat, and its benefits over regular meat and why both muslims and non-muslims love eating halal meat.
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