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UK: Which restaurant chains have gone halal – and why?

By Jon Henley, The Guardian

By Jon Henley, The Guardian The likes of KFC and Tesco are simply meeting demand. But consumers should be told what they are eating. Despite recent reports to the contrary, many fast-food and restaurant chains in Britain have been using halal – in Arabic "permissible" or "lawful" – meat for years. Nearly 100 KFC outlets around the country serve halal-approved chicken, as do around 75 – a fifth – of Nando's. The sandwiches served in selected Subway stores have contained halal meat since 2007, while all Pizza Express chicken is halal. Even McDonald's trialled a halal offering, before deciding the changes required to its kitchen procedures would…

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