The Arabic word halal, means permissible, allows slaughtering of animals by a Muslim in a ritual manner based on Islamic law.
The live animal’s throat must be cut with a sharp knife to cut carotid artery, jugular vein and windpipe in a single swipe and entire blood of animal must be ejected from the carcass of the slaughtered animal.
Despite controversies whether animal should be stunned before slaughtering or not, halal meat is most acceptable as halal food Singapore.
The non profitable organization like Halal Food Authority (HFA) monitors the strict adherence to the Islamic principles of halal food Singapore.
Respecting sentiments of Muslims and directives of regulatory authority, almost all hotels and restaurants serve halal food Singapore.