So whether your reason for enjoying and preferring Halal meat is because of health benefits, religious beliefs, or because you prefer meat prepared more humanely, we have everything you are looking for.... Halal lamb, goat, and more, prepared fresh and reasonably priced. We also have various types of chicken, a nice variety of delicious smoked fishes, and much, more more.
Fresh meats prepared according to the Islamic custom of Halal. This custom requires the meat to be thoroughly bled. Not only is this sanitary method of preparing meat more healthful and safe, but it is also interesting that many religions and holy books forbid the eating of blood. The Jews, who follow the Torah (the first 5 books of the Bible) are forbidden to eat blood at Lev. 7: 26-27, Gen. 9: 4, and Deut. 12: 23-25. The Islamic Laws forbid the eating of blood in the Quran at Quran 2:173, and the Christians are forbidden to eat blood at Acts 15:20, 29.
The custom of Halal also requires certain methods of killing the animals humanely. It does not allow the animal to be strangled, beaten to death, or even shocked electrically to death. Instead, the method involves a swift, deep incision with a sharp knife to the neck, causing an immediate brain hemorrhage. A quick loss of blood pressure to the brain causes a loss of consciousness, and affects the animals ability to feel pain.
In 1978, a study incorporating EEG (Electroencephalograph) with electrodes surgically implanted on the skull of 17 sheep and 15 calves, and conducted by Wilhelm Schulze et al. at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Germany concluded that "the slaughter in the form of a ritual cut is, if carried out properly, painless in sheep and calves according to EEG recordings and the missing defensive actions" of the animals and that "for sheep, there were severe reactions with pain stimuli" when Captive Bolt Stunning (electrical shocking) was used.