عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and objective: Each year millions of tons of halal food waste are excreted into the environment. In addition to causing the phenomenon of global warming, it also causes economic losses to halal food industrial units. In the last two decades, globalization, lifestyle and consumer preferences, and market dynamics have had a significant impact on the food industry, which in turn has led to competition in the industry. These factors have affected almost all food industries, including the halal food industry which is no exception of this rule. However, according to verses and hadiths, extravagance and waste are forbidden in Islam.
Results: Therefore, in addition to preventing waste and disposal of food waste, the study of waste management methods can lead to job creation and return on working capital of factories. In this paper, the recycling and reuse of waste in the food industry, including recycling and biological treatment to produce energy and bio-fuels to embedment with fossil fuels sources; Refining and recycling for the production of organic fertilizers to replacement with industrial fertilizers; waste recycling in order to return to industrial cycle and optimal uses, in this article each of the above methods has been studied.
Conclusion: Organic waste is scientifically valuable, with proper and efficient management of halal food industry waste, in addition to preventing economic damage and reducing environmental pollution, it is possible to produce new products that lead to return on investment and job creation. It causes the self-sufficiency and independence of Islamic countries from imports and even the creation of exports and currency in some fields.