Halal Food Service Kit

Know Your Food!

IFANCA® has initiated a new panel of information about food and nutrition facts, presented in QUIZ format. The first set of questions is distributed at the ISNA Convention 2011. The questions are as follows:

  1. I am important for the health of young adults. I am found in spinach but not in spaghetti. I help healthy eyes. Milk may be enriched with me but not flour. What am I?

  2. I am used in desserts but not in bread. I am not related to any plants. I am not essential for health but am present in many foods and pharmaceuticals. What am I?

  3. I am a substance added to food to preserve flavor, or to enhance its taste and appearance. Am I a food nutrient or a food additive?

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Halal Foodservice Kit

The Halal Foodservice Kit is designed to assist foodservice professionals better serve consumers following the halal dietary guidelines - whether hosptial patients or college students. American-Muslims, 8 to 9 million, make up majority of American halal consumers. Today, hospitals, college campus dining services, and restaurants are actively seeking to meet halal dietary needs for American-Muslims. IFANCA recognizes that a free Halal Foodservice Kit is an absolute essential for foodservice professionals looking to better serve their halal customers.

The Kit is targeted to the needs of food directors of hospitals and college cafetarias, chefs, dietitiians, food buyers, and restaurant and hotel foodservice professionals. It can be downloaded in its entirety, and also be viewed indiviually. IFANCA Halal Foodservice Kit - Complete

- Halal Nutrition Guide for Foodservice Professionals
- Creating a Halal-Friendly Kitchen
- Halal Ready-To-Eat (RTEs) Foodservice Distributor Guide
- Halal Food Buyer Guide for Foodservice Professionals
- Halal Food Options in US Higher Education Campus Cafeterias

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