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Q: Can you trust the so called 'Halal' products in China?

Please do not trust any food item mentioned Halal in China unless you are satisfied, especially meat products.

There are lot of whole chicken products are available in the super markets of china stating Halal chicken (they are not), be

careful before buying as there is no guarantee for authenticity.

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7 years 50 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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How can pakistanis not trust chinese products ?
china is their only hope .

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who knows ?

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Njord is absloutly correst, sunilsah2050 u really do not know anything.

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There is NO guarantee of authenticity anywhere in China! on ANYTHING!
YOUR IN CHINA!
Picked the wrong city to indulge in halal food buddy.

There here to sale, not please other customs.
So even if your "satisfied", id highly doubt it is "Halal" . They just want your $$$

Maybe try KFC? Shock

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