Businesses adapt to Muslim immigrants' religious rules on food

08/18/2010 | Washington Post, The

Muslim rules on animals slaughtered for food have led some companies to allow customers to kill their own goats and other food animals on the premises, while following federal meat inspection laws that forbid experienced staffers from helping in the process, the Washington Post reports. Increasingly, businesses are balancing religious laws and rituals involving animal slaughter with U.S. laws governing food production.

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