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The Halal Trust is a consumer advocacy organisation which promotes halal as a holistic set of principles that can be applied to all aspects of life.  As such we are at the forefront of campaigns along with other advocacy organisations to create a fair, just and equitable world for all regardless of gender, religion or race.


Our current campaigns can be found below.  Please support our campaigns both by participating yourself but also by spreading the word to as many people as possible through word of mouth and social media. 


Together We Can Make A Better World.


Save Our Bees


The Save Our Bees campaign is a cross-society campaign which has been launched to prevent the use of bee-killing pesticides in the United Kingdom.


Halal consumers are fully aware of the importance of the bee which is critical to life on Earth through its role as a pollinator.  Allah (SWT) - God Almighty has name an entire chapter of the Holy Quran after the bee again highlighting the importance of this animal to life on Earth.


The campaign calls upon the Prime Minister David Cameron to adhere to the EU ban on bee-killing pesticides and that these pesticides are never introduced into the United Kingdom.

Reflex - Partner Support


Reflex Nutrition is a leading producer of human wellness and health products including protein powders, RTDs, vitamins and minerals.


Halal consumers are reliant on halal producers without whom we would not have the quality of halal products we enjoy today.  Islam emphasises the importance of health and companies like Reflex are ensuring that halal consumers can live healthy lives.


This campaign has been created to show support and gratitude to a partner who is committed to producing healthy, tayyeb, halal products which can contribute to halal consumers living healthy lives.

Vitamin D for Life


Vitamin D is a vital steroid (hormone) normally produced by exposure to the sun.  Vitamin D deficiency is cited as an increasing issue in the United Kingdom.


Vitamin D deficiency was historically linked to rickerts and osteoporosis however a 2010 BMJ Clinical Review has shown that deficiency in Vitamin D can also lead to increased risk of heart disease, bowel cancer, breast cancer, multiple sclerosis and diabetes.


The Halal Trust has launched this campaign to highlight the importance of Vitamin D to health and wellbeing.  Vitamin D deficiency is of particualr concern to darker skin types.

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