For example some might not like the idea of eating meat from an halal animal that'd had it's throat slit.
But others (like me) don't mind eating meat if the animal was shot with a bolt through the brain.
Setanta said: Consumers could, if they bothered, wield enormous power.
Builder said: The slaughtermen love their job.
The one letter that stood out was from a Sikh who claimed that his religion forbade the consumption of halal meat.
Other people complained too, because the ads were later dropped..
I'd like to see people organising mass boycotts of all products that spam up our email inboxes
By ensuring food meets halal criteria, retailers and restaurants are making their products suitable for the UK's Muslim population.
Under HFA guidelines, slaughterhouses must be completely halal compliant.
That means they cannot have some areas that meet standards and others which do not.
The HFA says many slaughterhouses will have chosen to move to halal processes so they do not lose Muslim customers
I see how you don't feel you should have to accommodate to their customs... But do you really feel the need to argue every insignificant point?
Notice how Hawkeye is now arguing the exact opposite of his opening post.
So a UK pizza joint owner put Halal meat on pizza but never told the customers. People are pissed. WHY?
I am guessing that it is the muslim prayer part that is the problem, but why would this be so? If you are not Muslim then you dont believe that a muslim prayer has any power, so why should these words being said over the killing be any more offensive then had been said "Frumious Bandersnatch!"?