Rex Halal Sausages in Hong Kong

Rex Halal Sausages in Hong Kong



Rex Foods offers # 1 brands of Halal products in Hong Kong for those who wishes to have premium halal certified sausages. We do not believe that high quality generally means high prices. But we believe to have very fair prices and make it affordable for those who can not afford to pay retail prices. We even offer retail convenient packs made for your home. According to an article in the SCMP ( year 2008 ) there are meanwhile more than 180,000 local Muslims struggle to find Halal Meat in Hong Kong. Rex Foods makes it easy and convenient to offer premium quality halal food to the Hong Kong community. No more struggling to look for high quality halal sausages. Rex Foods is here to serve the health conscious people as well as the Muslim society. It is important that the animals must have lived a pure life from the very beginning, finishing a cycle of life that is permissible in accordance with Islamic standards. It must have eaten well, been treated well, and been sacrificed well. Your halal food is just a click away. Try it and you will love it.

Rex Foods offers superb taste of Halal Sausages and halal convenient packs for Hong Kong.

 
 

Bruzzzler Original Grill Brats (400g)

Bruzzzler Mini Grill Brats (350g)

Bruzzzler Krakauer (400g)

 

Yummy Grill Brats 400g! Taste very similar to Nuremberg Style sausages.

Germany's most popular poultry Grill Brats - the ideal grilling treat. Tastes also yummy from the pan. The Bruzzzler from Wiesenhof.

Ingredients:82% poultry meat (turkey meat, chicken meat), drinking water, chicken and turkey fat with skin, iodized common salt (table salt, potassium iodate), dextrose, spices, stabilizers: sodium citrates, diphosphates; Flavors, sheep casing.

Shelf Life: 60 Days after production

Remaining Shelf Life: at least 45 days

Yummy Mini Grill Brats 350g! Taste very similar to Nuremberg Style sausages.

Delicious Bruzzzler sausages for our little friends. Spoil your kids with Bruzzzler minis from Wiesenhof.

Ingredients:82% poultry meat (turkey meat, chicken meat), drinking water, chicken and turkey fat with skin, iodized common salt (table salt, potassium iodate), dextrose, spices, stabilizers: sodium citrates, diphosphates; Flavors, sheep casing.

Shelf Life: 60 Days after production

Remaining Shelf Life: at least 45 days

KRAKAUER 400g- Polish style poultry sausage.

Full of flavor and you might wonder if this is really poultry. Relax it is;)

Ingredients:84% poultry meat (turkey meat, chicken meat), drinking water, chicken and turkey fat with skin, iodized nitrite pickling salt (table salt, preservative: sodium nitrite, potassium iodate), spices, maltodextrin, stabilizer: diphosphates; Antioxidant: sodium ascorbate; Spice extracts, Sheep casing, Beech wood smoked.


Shelf Life: 60 Days after production

Remaining Shelf Life: at least 45 days

 

Bruzzzler Reggae (400g)

Poultry Bacon (80g)

 

Reggae is in this Bruzzzler Sausage! And chili! And hemp oil, hehe! The taste makes your tongue dance and your feet too - every barbecue becomes a real high-light!

Let's jam to Reggae!

Ingredients: 80% poultry meat (turkey meat, chicken meat), chicken and turkey fat with skin, drinking water, iodized table salt (table salt, potassium iodate) 2% hemp oil, spices, 0.8% chili, smoke flavoring, flavors, stabilizers: sodium citrates, diphosphates; Sheep casing.

Shelf Life: 60 Days after production

Remaining Shelf Life: at least 45 days

Full flavored with less than 10% fat - this is the lighter alternative to turkey and chicken thigh meat. The poultry Bacon is cured, cooked and smoked.

Ingredients: 90% turkey leg meat, 5% chicken leg meat, drinking water, iodized nitrite pickling salt (common salt, preservative: sodium nitrite, potassium iodate), stabilizers: diphosphates, sodium citrates; Dextrose, glucose syrup, acidity regulator: sodium carbonate; Wort (from rape and corn), rapeseed oil, flavors, antioxidants: sodium ascorbate; Beech wood smoked.

Shelf Life: 21 Days after production

Remaining Shelf Life: at least 14 days

 
 


Within the Muslim community, halal is used to describe what is permissible both in food and in actions. We typically associate halal with food, as do many non-Muslims. We explore why halal food, specifically meat and poultry, is good for everyone.

There is a growing movement world wide to revolutionize how and what we eat. First Lady Michelle Obama, celebrity chefs like Jamie Oliver, and well-known food writers such as Michael Pollan and Alice Waters are heading up this movement through books, documentaries and lectures across the country.

Because of this push to educate the masses, many people are not only reading labels but demanding to know the source of their food. They want to know what the animals are eating and how they are living, the kind of air they are breathing and what, if anything is being injected into their bodies. They are visiting farms, talking to farmers, insisting on organic products, or at least those that are all natural and not sprayed or injected with harmful pesticides, toxins or artificial growth hormones.

How does halal food fit into this parameter?

Halal encompasses more than just meat, or even the type of meat eaten, although it is the most discussed type of product consumed.

For an animal to go from farm to table as halal food, it must have lived a pure life from the very beginning, finishing a cycle of life that is permissible in accordance with Islamic standards. It must have eaten well, been treated well, and been sacrificed well. It may sound good in theory, but what does this all mean?

The kind of treatment and feed an animal receives during its life is important. It should be not be abused, mistreated or caused any pain. It should not be confined to an area where it cannot move or walk normally or get fresh air. It should be fed clean water and food that is appropriate and absolutely never fed another animal or products that contain the by-products of other animals.

As an animal should be treated well during its life, it should also be treated well at the time it is sacrificed for us. The slaughter should never be done in the presence of other animals and the animal should be made comfortable as it is positioned for the sacrifice. The act of the sacrifice should be done with a sharp object, so as to accelerate the process and reduce the pain suffered by the animal as much as possible.

Afterwords, the blood should be completely drained from the animal. It is the blood that carries toxins, germs and bacteria and when left inside the body of the animal, could potentially make people sick. At the very least, it could make the cooked meat quite tough. An amazing result of cooking and consuming halal meat is a healthy meat in which the resulting texture is tender and the meat delicious. Some people say they can “taste the difference”.

On the flip side of halal is the haram (impermissible). The most commonly known haram consumables are alcohol and pork (and their by-products), both of which are the cause of numerous health issues. (This is backed by scientific data.) Although these two products themselves could constitute their own essay, for purposes of this article they are only briefly mentioned here.

Instead of seeing the impermissible as a closed door on food choices, one can embrace an entire world of exciting, delicious and healthy variety of foods. Islam enjoins us to treat our bodies well as it has a right over us and will testify against us on the Day of Judgment for any injustices we may have caused it during our lifetime.

Treating our bodies with wholesome foods free of harmful ingredients pesticides, toxins, pollutants, filth, etc. is not just a value desired by Muslims, it’s desired by all of humanity. It’s a common need, a common desire and a common right, and that means everyone can benefit from consuming halal foods and avoiding what is not.

Source: muslimvoices.org/halal-food-good/

 

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