With biryani and rice balls, Malaysia aims for halal Olympic gold in Tokyo


Food firms from Muslim-majority Malaysia, such as the MyChef outfit, are expected to be big winners from a rush of Muslim travellers to Japan for the Olympics and Paralympic Games, from late July to September.

KUALA LUMPUR: A small factory in Malaysia's capital is preparing thousands of ready-to-eat halal meals, from fried rice to chicken biryani, to be shipped off to Japan for 2020's biggest sporting event.

Food firms from Muslim-majority Malaysia, are expected to be big winners from a rush of Muslim travellers to Japan for the Olympics and Paralympic Games, from late July to September.

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