Global Halal Food Consumption Statistics for 2022
Are you curious about the the rise of halal food?
With more than 1.8 billion Muslims worldwide, halal food has become increasingly mainstream. In fact, it’s estimated that 1 in 4 people consume halal food, and it’s served in many outlets globally.
And as the world’s population continues to grow, so will the demand for food that meets specific dietary requirements.
Among these halal food is halal meat, which adheres to Islamic dietary laws and regulations.
If you want to learn more about the global halal food standard and information, take a look at the infographic below:
Halal food is known for its high quality and health benefits, as it is free from artificial hormones and supplements. With this in mind, it’s no wonder that halal food consumption is on the rise.
Global Halal Food Industry
Global halal food market is valued at USD 1,977 billion in 2021, and it is expected to attain a value of USD 3,907.8 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 11.25% over the forecast period (2022-2028).
Leading Exporters of Halal Food to OIC Countries (in billions US dollar)
- Brazil: 16.2
- India: 14.4
- USA: 13.8
- Russia: 11.9
- Argentina: 10.2
Halal Food Facts:
- 1 in 4 people consume halal food
- Halal food is served in many outlets globally
- Halal Food has Zero Artificial Hormones or Supplements
- Zero anti-toxins
- Zero additives and preservatives
- No harmful chemicals or toxins
- Halal is Growing in Popularity
- Not applicable for all Seafood
Interesting Halal Statistics
- The global halal meat market size is worth USD 202 billion
- Halal food makes up 43% of the global halal industry.
- 3.45 million Muslims in USA
- US halal market is worth $22.6 billion
- 0.5% of Halal meat sales through supermarkets
- US Muslims are spending $16 billion a year on Kosher products because the Halal products are not available.
- For every 1 Halal product on the US supermarket shelves, there are 86 kosher products
Check out more interesting halal statistics
Halal Food Market Share (%)
- Meat, Poultry & Seafood (40%)
- Fruits & Vegetables (20)
- Dairy Products (15)
- Cereal & Grains (10)
- Oil, Fats & Waxes (8)
- Confectionery (7)
- Other (2)
Where Halal Meat Does Comes From?
- Brazil: $5.19b
- Australia: $2.36b
- France: $0.8b
- China: $0.7b
- Sudan and South Sudan: $0.63b
- Netherland: $0.59b
- Spain: $0.56b
- Somalia: $0.47b
- Turkey: $0.46b
Region of the world that consumes the most halal food (note: just identify this on the map)
- Middle east
- North Africa
- South and S E Asia
Halal Food Challenges:
- Understanding what exactly constitute halal food
- Proper processing and packaging to meet requirement of the halal certification
- As the halal food market continues to grow, it is important that producers take steps to ensure they are producing high-quality products that meet consumer expectations.
- Getting halal products to interested audience wherever they live