Jakim: ‘Pork Free’, ‘No Pork’ signs at restaurants can confuse Muslims

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) has cautioned consumers against food premises and restaurants that use signs “Pork Free” or “No Pork” despite not having halal certification.  

On Tuesday, its director-general Othman Mustapha said that Jakim was well aware of the “polemic” issue regarding the use of the words “Pork Free” and “No Pork” by owners of a handful of food premises and restaurants that were not halal certified.  

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