Deli meat is a relatively new category of meat, which is made from the fat, marrow and other materials of the animal that is slaughtered.
A meat product with halal certification is certified by a Muslim organisation and is deemed to be halal if it is free of harmful substances.
A halal product with the word “halal” on it must meet the same criteria and be sold in a way that minimises the possibility of contamination.
Halal meat is generally cooked in the same manner as kosher meat.
It is prepared with spices, herbs and other ingredients and then frozen.
The meat is then processed and packaged.
The product is usually sold in frozen forms, and it can often be found in delis and supermarkets.
Halals have been growing rapidly in the UK and the US over the past few years, with an estimated 200,000 kosher halal meats being sold every year.
The market has expanded to include a range of foods that are also certified halal, including chicken, beef and pork.
However, there are concerns that these meat products, as well as a range for food, may contain harmful substances, including antibiotics, which are banned in Islam.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) says it will review the certification status of foods before making them available for sale.
The FSA said it was looking at the halal food labels on the products it received and was working with retailers to ensure they did not contain products that could cause illness.
The consumer protection watchdog also has a responsibility to investigate food safety issues, and this could include investigating halal products.
But it is also concerned about a number of issues, including the presence of antibiotics in products, and has issued warnings on some products.
The watchdog said it would be examining the safety of the products and would be working with food manufacturers to ensure that they complied with the FSA’s guidelines.
The issue of halal certifications is being investigated by the FSA.
But a spokesman said: “We take food safety and the safety and quality of food very seriously.
It would be a mistake to assume that food manufacturers are being lax when it comes to safety standards.”
He said the FSA was working on a range in terms of food safety standards, but added: “The FSA has a very broad range of responsibilities, including consumer protection, which includes food safety.”
Halal certations have been on the rise since the meat industry came under greater scrutiny in the 1990s.
Some companies that sell halal certified meat are now using the label to make sure that they don’t use harmful ingredients, including in products that are prepared in a sanitary manner.
There is no legal obligation to do so.
In the UK, the government has a halality duty to ensure food meets the FSA standards.
The government has set a number for halal content on food, which the Food Standards Authority (Fsa) says is the minimum level required to be considered halal.
However some foods with the label may be sold as halal but the FSA has issued a warning saying there is no specific halal ingredient in those foods.
The main problem with halals is that they are not kosher, meaning that they may contain antibiotics, and are not considered halals.
This means that the FSA is not able to inspect food that is produced from halal or kosher animals.
The fact that halal and kosher meat is processed in a different way is not considered a halala, and therefore cannot be certified.
Some halal producers have said that this means they can still use antibiotics in their products.
In addition, some halal suppliers are allowed to use meat that is from animals that have been raised for slaughter.
This has led to concerns that the meat could contain antibiotics and be potentially harmful.
In June 2018, the FSA said the food industry needed to review their halal label.
However it also warned that halals could pose a risk to consumers and public health.
The regulator said that it was investigating how halal labels were being used.