Organic and grass-fed farming is the closest modern-day farming method to Tayyib. Tayyib is specifically mentioned ALONGSIDE Halal in the Quran and Hadith. It does not relate only to the slaughter process or if the animal has enough space to move around. Tayyib is tied right back to a person’s deen. The treatment of the animal and its rearing, its health and welfare, the rights of the animal over a human in Islam as well as how it is slaughtered. Learn more about Halal and Tayyib.
Who slaughter your animals?
All the meat shares come from animals that are slaughtered by hand by the founder of Halal-N-Tayyib Meat Shares; Rachid Chafyaay; adhering to our Islamic rules and guidelines of slaughtering.
Why is your meat Zabiha and not just Halal?
Halal in regards to food means permissible to eat. Zabiha is the method that the animal was slaughtered. Zabiha method is a requirement in Islamic Law. Our standards are the same as Halal Advocates of America which is to give the consumer a higher standard of Halal which exceeds the personal standards of any consumer regardless of which opinion, methodology, or Islamic school of thought they follow. For more details on the requirements of the slaughter please visit HFSAA.
Why should I buy a Halal-N-Tayyib grass-fed beef versus other types of beef?
When you buy from Halal-N-Tayyib, you’re buying more than just meat; you’re showing your respect for the well-being of both animals and our planet. Not only is our meat more flavorful and natural than anything you can find on the grocery shelves, but your purchase also supports sustainable agriculture. Our herd is 100% pasture raised and free to graze. By never confining our cattle to overcrowded pens, we reduce illness, suffering and unnecessary stress on our animals and environment. That means zero hormones or antibiotics, just happy animals and healthy pastures.
The food you feed your family should not be a mystery; y’all deserve the best in both flavor and health. Only meat that reaches this standard can be labeled Halal-N-Tayyib. Click here to learn more about the benefits of grass-fed meat.
Where can I buy Halal-N-Tayyib meat?
The Halal-N-Tayyib Meat Shares is based in Middle Georgia. We sell our premium meat shares to Georgia residents exclusively through our website, in person, and over the phone, direct to customers. No middlemen, no extra food miles, no hidden costs.
Can you elaborate on hormone treatments and its effects in animals?
To boost profits, some farmers give hormones to beef cattle and sheep to speed their growth and to dairy cows to increase milk production. The USDA does not allow hormones to be used on chickens. The extensive use of hormones (rBHG-free) in meat and dairy may increase the risk of cancer in humans and result in higher rates of infection in animals. Products labeled “organic” cannot come from rGBH-treated cows. There is no specific hormone-free certification, though organic and grass-fed labels do not allow hormone use.
Why is your meat frozen?
Our meat is vacuum packed and flash frozen to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. Our processor is able to freeze the meat much more quickly than our customers can an at home. This ensures nutrients and flavor are retained.This process preserves the taste and freshness without compromising the overall quality of our product, allowing you to always have quality meat on hand
How do I thaw the meat?
Frozen meat should be thawed in the original package overnight in the refrigerator. To thaw meat more quickly, the sealed package of meat can be placed in cool water for a couple of hours. Never use hot water or a microwave; this will cook the meat.
What should I do once I receive my meat share?
We encourage you to freeze your order immediately upon arrival unless you plan to thaw and eat it immediately.
Our vacuum-pack method keeps our meat fresher for longer, however, FDA guidelines advise that you consume frozen meats within a year of purchase.
Where does your beef, chicken, goat, and lamb come from?
The cows, chickens, lambs and goats are sourced from local family farms that we inspect, and trust to follow our animal raising methods.
What is Your Return Policy?
Perishable goods such as food are exempt from being returned.