Considerations and Benefits of Developing a Minnesota-Based Halal Meat Supply Chain

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Considerations and Benefits of Developing a Minnesota-Based Halal Meat Supply Chain

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2021-08

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University of Minnesota Extension

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Minnesota traditionally has been known as a welcoming state and in the past several decades has become increasingly diverse. One population that has significantly increased its presence is Muslims. The majority of Muslims eat only Halal meat. However, the availability of Halal meat in mainstream retailers is limited. Developing a Halal meat supply chain will help to increase the availability of locally raised Halal meat in small grocery stores and the food retail mainstream. This informational sheet outlies considerations and benefits in developing a Minnesota-based Halal meat supply chain.

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University of Minnesota Extension Health and Nutrition, University of Minnesota Extension Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships

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Mamedov, Serdar; Draeger, Kathy. (2021). Considerations and Benefits of Developing a Minnesota-Based Halal Meat Supply Chain. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/223218.

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