The halal butcher industry is on a fast track to a tipping point, with farmers getting slaughtered at a halal slaughterhouse by the hundreds every year, according to a new report.
The halal industry, which is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the Canadian meat industry, has been struggling to keep pace with the rapid growth of the U.S. halal-farming sector, which has seen an unprecedented increase in sales and growth in popularity since 2010.
In 2014, Canada’s market for halal and kosher meat rose to $10 billion, according a recent report by the University of Toronto’s Institute of Food Studies and Economics.
But in 2015, that figure jumped to $20 billion, up from $13 billion in 2014.
The market for kosher meat was also growing rapidly, with a total of 5,200 farms, restaurants, restaurants and retail outlets in Canada, the report said.
Halal slaughterhouses in Canada operate in a very controlled environment.
They are not allowed to sell meat that is from animals that are not living in an area where they are slaughtered.
Halal slaughter is only allowed to be performed on farms with a license from the Ministry of Agriculture and Agri-Food, which regulates the meat industry.
The meat industry has struggled to meet growing demand for halals.
Halals account for less than 1 percent of the global meat market.
But there has been a sharp increase in demand for kosher halal, according the report.
The report said halal demand in Canada has tripled in the last five years, while kosher demand has doubled.
The report also found that halal farms in Canada accounted for around 30 percent of Canada’s total meat exports in 2015.
However, halal sales are only worth around 20 percent of kosher exports, which accounts for approximately two-thirds of Canadas total meat market share.
Canada is a country of roughly 6 million people, and it has over 30,000 registered halal farmers and approximately 3,400 kosher slaughterhouses.
Halals account a very small share of Canada-produced meat.
Only around 2 percent of Canadian beef, lamb and pork are halal.
Halala is the Arabic name for kosher.
It means the word for “good” in Hebrew, and the term has become synonymous with a halakah-compliant meat industry that has grown rapidly since 2010, when the halal sector in Canada first emerged.
Since 2010, Canada has been the most halal country in the world, with an estimated 8.5 million farms, according data from the Canadian Halal Pork Association.
In 2016, Canada surpassed the United States as Canada’s largest halal producer, according statistics compiled by the Halal Meat Institute.
The number of halal plants and slaughterhouses has grown steadily in Canada over the last decade, but the number of kosher slaughterhouse employees has been growing at a much slower pace.
Halality is required for slaughter at all halal restaurants.
Kosher slaughterhouses have more space, bigger equipment, bigger facilities and more employees than halal establishments.
Halaling is an Islamic method of slaughter that is the only method for halaling animals that do not die of heat, cold or starvation, the World Health Organization says.