Not just Himalayas, Adani Wilmar, Reliance, Tata, Parle, Patanjali, and others are also halal certified

Amid the boycott Himalayas controversy by the right wing for complying with Islamic Halal products, Jamiat Ulama Halal Foundation has also given certificates to several big product-based companies.

Several products owned by Hindu businessmen have been halal-certified, including Adani Wilmar Limited (food products) owned by Gautam Adani, Reliance Industries Limited by Mukesh Ambani, Tata Consumer Products and Tata Consumer Chemicals of Tata group, Parle products by Vijay Chauhan and family, Baba Ramdev’s Ramdev Food Products Pvt Ltd.

Other big products companies such as Hindustan Unilever Limited, Kwality Foods, Amul Fed Dairy, Dabur India Ltd, Desai Foods, Milky Mist Dairy Food, Mother dairy, Nestle India, ITC Ltd, Britannia Industries, Tiffany Foods, Om industries, Everest Food products are also halal certified.

Licious, a consumer food company, which has a range of meat & meat products is also given a halal certificate as it only sells halal meat, which is permissible to consume by Muslims. Another, Lifeline Tender Chicken, reportedly run and promoted by BJP MLA CT Ravi also serves halal meat.

Over the past few days, several Hindutva groups have been carrying out campaigns throughout the state seeking to ban halal meat saying that Muslims perform rituals according to the Islamic faith before killing animals which are then consumed by Hindus. Many like-minded, including actor Paresh Rawal, has joined this campaign on social media, asking to boycott Himalayas Products, an Indian multinational pharmaceutical company established by Mohammed Manal.

Here is a thread on all big products companies with Halal certificates.

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