What is halal meat?

Halal meat refers to meat that is permissible according to Islamic law, as defined in the Quran. This requires that the animal be slaughtered in the name of Allah and that the blood be fully drained from the body.

The meat must come from animals that are permissible to eat according to Islamic law, such as cows, sheep, and chickens, and must not come from animals that are considered unclean, such as pigs.

The slaughtering process must be carried out by a Muslim and must be done quickly and humanely. The end result is meat that is considered pure and suitable for consumption by Muslims.