Safeway – Open Nature Cattle Products Halal 100%

“Are your Open Nature Grass Fed Angus cattle Halal?”
“Yes, they are certified 100% Halal.”

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Source: http://www.safeway.com/ShopStores/Open-Nature-FAQ-Meat.page#answer_6

MV: This brand is found in local grocery stores such as Tom Thumb.

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3 Comments on “Safeway – Open Nature Cattle Products Halal 100%”

  1. Abdullah
    July 27, 2014 at 5:41 PM #

    Open nature products are not halal! I personally called safeways corporate office and was told if they went through the trouble to sell halal meat if WILL be marked as such.

  2. Abdullah
    October 5, 2014 at 1:53 PM #

    I have checked!! Safeway in Maryland. Two stores. Neither had it marked.

  3. Y
    January 18, 2015 at 12:43 PM #

    I checked a Safeway in Maryland. The lamb packs that were packed in Australia are marked halal with the Australia Halal mark (i..e, rack of lamb and leg). I think the rest of the Open Nature lamb would also come from the same Aussie supplier, but once they open a pack and cut the pieces it can no longer be certified Halal because the Safeway store butcher room is not a Halal certified facility. Although all the Open Nature lamb and beef I saw at the store I checked was from Australia.

    I could not find any beef with original Australian packaging to check whether it is Halal certified. Although again, unless Safeway butcher room keeps separate equipment for cutting and packaging the Australian beef, they will not be able to mark the store made packaging to be Halal.

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