What is the criterion of permissibility for a food to be aten in Islam?
Submitted by on Tue, 03/03/2009 - 08:31
Dear Brother / Sister,
If it is produced or made by a haram (forbidden) matter such as pork, alcohol, etc it is not permissible to consume it. If it is not produced by a matter that Islam forbids, it is permissible. You need to search what it contains and by what it is produced.
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