Hello-Halal.com Launches to Help Muslims Meet Strict Dietary Standards
09/05/2019

With almost 10,000 products, Hello-Halal.com helps Muslims identify and buy food and household items that are 'Halal' according the standards of their religion.

Online PR News – 05-September-2019 – Fort Myers – Hello-Halal.com is pleased to introduce a service to Muslims in the U.S. to help ease the complexity of identifying and buying products that meet the strict dietary standards of Islam. The site, found at https://hello-halal.com, allows Muslims to easily find Halal (the Muslim equivalent of 'Kosher) products online and to purchase them via links to Amazon.

Every product on Hello-Halal.com is curated by content editors and is checked against established lists of Halal products or checked for ingredients that are not acceptable for consumption by Muslims. With over 100 product categories, Muslims can find items ranging from food, to make-up, and cleaning supplies allowing them to shop without fear of exposure to non-Halal products such as pork and alcohol.

Linking products to Amazon allows Muslims to easily purchase items and have them delivered to their door with two-day and even same-day shipping depending on where they live. Hello-Halal receives a referral fee from Amazon but the prices of items sold are not affected and are the same as searching directly on Amazon. Hello-halal.com simply aggregates Halal products in one place, simplifying the search process.

About Hello-Halal:
Hello-Halal is the largest and most diverse collection of Halal products online for the U.S. market. Hello-Halal was built by a multi-national, multi-religious team with the goal encouraging diversity and valuing the needs of minority communities.

Grappetite was founded in 2013 by Gertjan Van Laar and is run by Andy Larkin. Grappetite values diversity and inclusivity and built Hello-Halal as a service to Muslims in America, to help the Muslim community feel welcome and able to fully integrate into American life without having to sacrifice their religious practice.