Wehalal, a leading online shopping site for Halal grocery has announced today the release of research into the halal meat market via its published infographic titled: A Guide to Halal Meat.

In this recent study, Wehalal found that the halal meat market is growing rapidly in the USA. The study, which looks at data from 2016-2025, predicts that the market will be worth an estimated $24.3 billion by 2025. This growth is being driven by a number of factors, including an increase in the Muslim population and a rise in demand for healthier and more sustainable forms of protein. The infographic which can be accessed via the link https://wehalal.co/blog/a-guide-to-halal-meat-infographic/ provides more insights into the halal meat market in the USA.

The demand for Halal meat has increased due to the growing number of Muslims in America. The greatest supplier is Brazil valued at $5 billion, followed by Australia and India respectively 

The research discovered that there are currently 3 million practicing Muslim Americans – which accounts for 1 out of 5 citizens! With this statistic increasing every day it’s no surprise why so many halal grocery products exist today like pre-packaged meals or refrigerated sectioned meats.

“Since launching the site, we have been at the forefront of bringing enlightenment not only to the Muslim community but also to the general populace educating them about the benefit of eating halal meat,” said Yusuf Cofounder at Wehalal.

“Our position as a leading halal grocery delivery marketplace gives us a unique insight into trends and patterns in the industry and we will continue to push this eliminating basis in the industry”.

About Wehalal

Wehalal is the first USA online shopping marketplace specializing in e-commerce online trading of halal products such as halal meat and much more. For more information about Wehalal USA, please visit https://wehalal.co/

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