Salahuddin: 49 eateries first to offer non-halal 'Menu Rahmah' in Johor


JOHOR BARU: Forty-nine eateries at the Taman Johor Jaya Food Street here have become among the first to offer non-halal Menu Rahmah in the state, says Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub.

The Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister said the initiative for the non-Muslim community was mooted by the Taman Johor Jaya Food and Beverage Operators Association.

"There are 49 shops at the Taman Johor Jaya Food Street offering non-halal Menu Rahmah, which includes seafood, chicken wings, burgers, fried radish, soup noodles, desserts and many more,” he said in a statement Saturday (April 1).

As such, he urged more industry players, especially the restaurant and food industry, to work together to make the Menu Rahmah initiative a success to reduce the cost of living.

The public can get more information on the location of premises offering the Menu Rahmah initiative at menurahmah.kpdn.gov.my.

He added that traders can also register on the website to participate in the initiative. - Bernama

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