A Muslim not-for-profit organization says that even though meat might be advertised as halal, that doesn’t ensure it is slaughtered according to Qur’an guidelines.
Religious certification is a job provincial and federal agencies stay away from. That has paved the way for self-regulating certification agencies.
The imam (Muslim clergyman) of a local masjid (mosque) will soon be ready to certify both slaughterhouse and in-store meat products as halal permissible—to eat.
Canada’s halal meat business is booming – but are Muslims getting what they pay for?