Food shopping can be especially arduous for the estimated 3 million to 7 million halal consumers in the U.S. Shoppers looking for meat that's certified halal - or slaughtered and prepared as prescribed by Muslim law - often supplement several monthly excursions to their traditional halal meat market with trips to the local supermarket. Others settle for kosher meat, a second choice, because it provides the assurance of the absence of pork, which is prohibited under Islamic law. Still others ...

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