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may-june. 2020 | @Halal 03 24 Nikah by skype Coronovirus no match for love, or Malaysian religious authorities 25 Pumping up New innovations are needed for better optimisation of halal value chain through collaborative events 26-27 Staying power It’s so much more than just a beauty trend 28 Halal & Kosher The divine laws of Islam are indeed perfect as taught to us 30 Separate path Forgetting the halal ‘pie’ 31 Optional or imperative? With food in abundance, have you stopped for a moment and examined your groceries? the team Publisher Kay Mathy kaymathy@revonmedia.com Editorial Johnson Fernandez Managing Editor johnson@revonmedia.com Charles Raj Editorial Consultant charles@revonmedia.com Camilia Rezali Writer camilia@revonmedia.com khirtini K. Kumaran Writer khirtini@revonmedia.com a.azam Creative Director a.azam@revonmedia.com Sharifah Zulaikha Syed Amali Sub-Editor zulaikha@revonmedia.com Strategic Advisor HASNIZA RAMLI hasniza@globalhaltech.com Technical Advisor nor amin mohd noor amin@globalhaltech.com Sales and Marketing Department Media Consultant SAHANA sahana@revonmedia.com Multi Media Mohammed Afiq Ariffin afiq@revonmedia.com Published by Revon Media Sdn Bhd Revongen Corporation Centre Level 17, Top Glove Tower, No.16, Persiaran Setia Dagang, Setia Alam, Seksyen U13, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. Tel: +6 03 3359 1166 Fax: +6 03 3358 0303 In association with Global Haltech Sdn Bhd Printed by Percetakan Osacar Sdn. Bhd. No. 16, Jalan IDA 1A, Industri Desa Aman, Kepong, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: +603-6279 9474 /+603-6263 1856 Fax: +603-6280 6802 Disclaimer: The content of this publication aims to inform and educate the public on health issues, developments and news, both locally and globally. In addition to our editorial team, we also invite distinguished medical practitioners and other experts to contribute articles on their respective fields of expertise. The information contained in this publication is for general information only, and readers should always seek independent, professional advice and consultation where appropriate. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the content is correct, the publisher and editors of @Halal will not be held liable for any loss or damage resulting from reliance upon any information in this publication, including products and services advertised. Unauthorised reproduction of this publication is strictly prohibited, in whole or in part, without the written consent by the publisher. Statements and opinions expressed by writers, contributors and advertisers are not necessarily those of the editors or publisher. GET TO KNOW World's largest halal hub Malaysia’s STRATEGIC geographical location has made the country an ideal Halal investment destination. We have 14 strategic locations of Halal Malaysia (HALMAS) industrial parks designated by Halal Development Corporation (HDC) encompassing of 200,000 acres of land size for the investors and the industry players to tap into the growing opportunities in emerging ASIA. Its world class infrastructure, skilled and productive workforce, ease of doing business, accessibility to halal sourced ingredients and attractive government incentive that encourage investment would meet your needs as hub for regional expansion. “The HALMAS is an accreditation given to halal park operators that have complied with the requirements stipulated under the HDCdesignated halal park development. With the HALMAS status, industry players and investors will be able to enjoy incentives facilitated by HDC.” The HALMAS is an accreditation given to halal park operators that have complied with the requirements stipulated under the HDC-designated halal park development. With the HALMAS status, industry players and investors will be able to enjoy incentives facilitated by HDC. Driven by the global halal product demand, Malaysia is actively promoting investment in food and beverages sector. In addition, we are also opening investment opportunities from other sectors such as cosmetic and personal cares, supplements, drugs and medicines, logistic services, medical devices, solutions and implants. The Halal Park is creating businesses to more than 40 MNCs and 200 local SMEs.