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What Is Halal Slaughter? | Eruis

2022/11/14

What is Halal Slaughter?


Halal slaughter is no different than traditional slaughter except that a religious blessing is provided during the process - either in person or by a prerecorded tape. Just like traditional slaughtering, the halal slaughter must comply with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) poultry slaughter regulations relating to sanitation, food safety, finished product standards, and humane handling.

 







The halal slaughter must comply with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) poultry slaughter regulations

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To ensure that poultry companies can export products to customers around international countries and provide for a niche market in the United States. A traditional Islamic blessing is administered at these plants when they wish to package halal products (i.e for export to the Middle East and South Eastern Asia, etc.). However, all of the products produced from those birds may not be certified by the plant as “Halal”.

 

               







Is halal slaughter inhumane?

When slaughtering poultry for halal purposes is mandatory that the birds incur as little pain as possible, just as in traditional slaughter. Therefore, immobilization of birds on the slaughtering line is permitted, usually by means of stunning, to render each bird insensible to pain, to avoid bruising of the carcass, and avoid injury to all concerned.


Many poultry is now killed using gas. But they have traditionally been shackled, hung upside down on a production line, moved through electrified water to stun them, then conveyed to a mechanical neck cutter. In halal, however, they are killed by a sharp knife manually.


Muslims who oppose any stunning say their method remains the most humane and point out that a number of stunning methods have been banned as being bad for animal welfare.










Muslims who oppose any stunning say their method remains the most humane and point out that a number of stunning methods have been banned as being bad for animal welfare.

               

Eruis has designed a compact all-in-one line for poultry slaughter that specifically complies with Halal slaughter requirements. This production line includes hanging, stabbing, bleeding, scalding, shedding, head cutting, eviscerating, and foot cutting, which completely meets the requirements of Halal slaughter.


All you have to do is hang the chicken on the transfer line, professional butchers then slaughter the chickens, which hang upside down on the conveyor line, using Halal knives. Then the leach, scalding and hair removal parts are fully automated.




In the slaughtering part, specially trained butchers can carry sharp knives and cut the chickens' necks. After slaughter, the chickens can be bleeding directly on the transfer line, the speed of which is adjustable. After bleeding, the chickens are automatically into the scalding pool, scalding complete chicken through the transmission line into the plucking machine, automatic de-feathering, at this time only smooth beautiful chickens will appear in front of your eyes.




You can learn more about Halal slaughter line on this website: Chicken Slaughter line for halal or muslin




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