Mission StatementIn the past two decades, the demand for Halal food products in the United States and around the world has greatly impacted the food industry. U. S. Halal Association, Inc, (USHA) see that Halal is becoming an important element of the global food industry and lifestyle. Although, Halal is being affiliated with the Muslim community it also justifies itself as a quality assurance compliance. USHA is not only regulatory body the usage of Halal ingredients throughout the production but also sees to it that unfit and/or unclean ingredients and/or machinery are not being used.Providing awareness on Halal lifestyle and serving Muslim and non Muslim consumers for common and quality good.
Over 1.6 billion or about 25% of the world population are MuslimsU.S. Muslims will go from 2.6 million people in 2010 to 6.2 million in 2030Global Halal market estimated to be worth US$632 billion a year Halal market represent a high value market to food manufacturers and other businessesKosher food standard bears certain similarities to the Muslim halal standardIn order to be Halal, following are forbidden•Pork and pork-by products•Animals improperly slaughtered•animals that were dead prior to slaughtering•blood and blood by products•Alcoholic drinks•Charging and paying of interest (riba)•Gambling•Pornography