Halal Meat at Meelas Delight:
Meelas Delights in George brings you freshly packed Halal Meat! For most of us, buying the right meats can be very important. Well look no further, Meelas Delight has got stock for you! Ranging from fresh Rump Steak @ R130/kg, Lamb Stew Packs +- 2kg @ R100/kg, Fresh Hake Fillet individually packed 1kg only R85 & 2kg for only R165. *prices may change*
Be sure to have a look what we have in store by visiting us! You’ll definitely find yourself overbuying!
Give us a call on 0812515143 or Whatsapp us on 081 403 1365.
Address: 69 Park Road
What makes halaal meat better and more special than other meat?
Muslims are only allowed to eat meat that has been prepared according to Islamic law. This method is often challenged by animal rights activists as ‘causing unnecessary suffering to the animal’. Muslims disagree and say that Islamic law on killing animals is designed to reduce the pain and distress that the animal suffers. AFIC has strict rules with regards to Islamic slaughter. These rules state:
- The slaughterer must be a sane adult Muslim.
- The slaughterer must say the name of God before making the cut.
- The name of God is said in order to emphasise the sanctity of life and that the animal is being killed for food with God’s consent.
- The animal must be killed by cutting the throat with one continuous motion of a sharp knife.
- The cut must sever at least three of the trachea, oesophagus, and the two blood vessels on either side of the throat.
- The spinal cord must not be cut.
- Animals must be well treated before being killed.
- Animals must not see other animals being killed.
- The knife must not be sharpened in the animal’s presence.
- The knife blade must be free of blemishes that might tear the wound.
- The animal must not be in an uncomfortable position.
- The animal must be allowed to bleed out and be completely dead before further processing.
The main reason that it is done this way, is so that the animals don’t have to have a suffering, cruel death. The meat is also healthier for you to eat. Consider changing to halal meat, a small change makes a big difference. To learn more about halal foods visit this site.
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