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LCM is dedicated to ensuring Muslims across Lancashire have means to procure and eat food that is Halal. As a result, in June 2006, LCM established a LCM Halal Sub-Group to inter alia consult community leaders, scholars and industry experts, and set out a criteria and definition of Halal.
The Sub-Group reached its conclusion in April 2007 by taking into consideration diverse interpretations and chose a definition that supports the majority view of Muslims in Lancashire and is also universal criterion in so far as the consumption of Halal is concerned. As an umbrella body advocating unity, the LCM Halal Sub-Group adopted a criterion that is acceptable to the diverse communities of Lancashire and beyond.
Furthermore, within the UK context, the Sub-Group has added a procedural criterion that does not form part of the substantive criteria but is equally important in a market where the Halal label is not protected. The Sub-Group has also considered the controversial issue of animal feed but has not incorporated this into the essential criterion of Halal.
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