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Islamophobia 101: Episode 38–Pamela Geller vs Halal Soup from Campbell Soup

October 18, 2010


By Paul Farhi Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, October 18, 201 Andy Warhol found artistic inspiration in a can of Campbell’s tomato soup. These days, some activists are finding sinister Muslim connections in the same can. Campbell Soup Co., the Camden, N.J., food giant, has been fighting a grass-roots boycott of its products after its […]

Middle-class French Muslims Expand Halal Product Demand

April 6, 2010


Kim Willsher, Halal butchery and poultry shelves in a supermarket in Illzach, eastern France. Photograph: Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images Few things define the traditional good life in France better than champagne and foie gras, but few would have thought them symbols of social integration – until now. A boom in sales of halal products, including […]

China looks at Malaysia to develop halal industry

May 3, 2008


By JACK WONG, the star, Malaysia, KUCHING: China, which has more than 18 million Muslims, is looking to Malaysian companies for collaboration to develop its halal food and consumer goods industries. Vice-Consul (Economic and Commercial) of the China Consulate in Kuching Ma Yu said the Chinese Government had provided preferential policies and financial support to […]