Indian cuisine leader Deep Foods now halal certified

Indian cuisine leader Deep Foods now halal certified

Deep Foods, the leading producer of restaurant quality, all natural frozen Indian cuisine announces halal certification for all chicken and lamb dishes through the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

Deep Foods, the leading producer of restaurant quality, all natural frozen Indian cuisine announces halal certification for all chicken and lamb dishes through the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

The halal products are currently distributed in Indian and Pakistani grocery stores across the country. Deep Foods obtained the halal certification to make its unique brand of traditional, authentic Indian food available to a wider range of consumers. The ISNA logo will be clearly displayed on all Deep Foods lamb and chicken dishes.

"Deep Foods is a company that respects the preferences of all consumers, including those that follow a halal, vegetarian, vegan and/or gluten-free diet," said Mike Ryan, VP Marketing, Deep Foods. "We mark each product so that the consumer has all information and control over which Indian food products they buy, including our ISNA halal and American Vegetarian Association (AVA) dishes.  

Halal is a widely accepted method of animal agriculture determined by the Qu'ran in Islamic religion. Halal is one of the most humane methods of animal agriculture for the consumption of meat, according to reputable sources including the Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Humane Society International.

Since 1977, Deep Foods has been an industry leader and manufacturer of frozen Indian cuisine. Committed to producing restaurant quality, all natural frozen Indian food, Deep Foods is a second-generation family owned and operated company. A quality innovation leader, Deep Foods provides exotic flavors and meal experiences, rooted in the convenience of the frozen food category.

Web Site: http://www.DeepFoods.com
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