Prepared according to Jewish Law with ingredients purchased from reputable manufacturers.
Also known as "Hal Al Meal" or "No Pork Meal", this meal is prepared with poultry and meat slaughtered and cooked according to Hal Al rules, which contains no pork, bacon, ham or alcohol. Gelatin is replaced with agar where it is needed.
No beef or veal is used. This meal contains lamb, domestic fowl, other meats and fish. Milk products are also used. This meal is prepared in Indian cooking style, usually with spices and curry. A very small minority of Hindus, who can eat meat or fish, can order this type of meal.