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b : bango-mania@yahoogroups.com 18 October 2008 • 11:08PM -0400

Re: Mencari Makanan Halal di Bangkok (Re: [bango-mania] kuliner halal di bangkok)
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He he he, Bukan hanya di Hotel2, demikian juga Thai Airway nya. silakan
baca dibawah ini. Bisa2 Thai lebih Halal dari pada GIA.

THAI airway fully operates certified Halal food kitchen

Responding to growing demand from thousands of Muslim travelers every
day, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited today (1st
February 2008), signed an MoU with the Islamic Committee of Samut
Prakarn Province to receive permission for usage of the Halal Logo by
Central Islamic Committee of Thailand.

This means that Thai Airways International’s “Halal” kitchen is now
fully certified to ensure conformity with the permissible dietary
requirements under Islamic law. “Halal” food is the Islamic equivalent
of the Jewish “kosher” food, and has to meet its regulatory standards at
every step from purchasing to production and preparation.

The “Halal” kitchen set up by THAI Catering Services operates as an
entirely separate unit from the regular catering facility at Bangkok’s
Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The kitchen earlier received the
Halal Food Certificate from the Institute for Halal Food Standard of
Thailand (Halal Thai), on 1 January 2008.

THAI flies daily to numerous cities in countries with large Islamic
populations, such as UAE, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Oman,
Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam and Indian’s destinations. In addition to
the demand from Muslim passengers, THAI also provides meals for 10
customer airlines, which are national carriers of Islamic-majority
countries. Total demand is for an estimated 5,000 Halal meals per day,
with more growth projected in future.

Mrs. Pismai Chandrubeksa, Managing Director, Catering Services, said
that meeting the special dietary requirements of its passengers is a
very important part of the airline’s customer service. Demand has been
growing steadily over the years to the point where it became necessary
to set up a Halal Kitchen as a separate unit from the regular kitchen in
its own right.

This now allows a complete separation of facilities and processes,
including the mixture of ingredients and spices, seasoning, food
storage, pantry area and other requirements. Training is provided for
non-Muslim staff for the proper monitoring and preparation of Halal food
during the workday.

THAI’s Halal Kitchen has received ISO9002 certification, guaranteeing
cleanliness and safety of materials used and is also certified for HALAL
Good Manufacturing Practice or GMP, Hazard Analysis and Critical Central
Point or HACCP from the scientific center of Chulalongkorn University,
which acted as the consultant of Halal Kitchen. THAI’s Halal Kitchen has
also been inspected by the Central Islamic Committee of Thailand.

Mrs Pismai says that Thai Airways can now assure that every step in
Halal meal preparation is adhered to, as follows:

    *
      Mixture ingredients, spices, and seasoning must be certified
    *
      Every production step must adhere to Halal regulations
    *
      The area must be clean, safe, and non-contaminated
    *
      Equipment used must be clean and follow Halal requirements
    *
      Storage and transportation must be separated from the general section
    *
      Washing procedures must be in accordance with Islamic law

Although the facility is presently available for flights operating out
of Suvarnabhumi Airport, there are plans in future to extend it to
THAI’s Catering at Don Mueang Airport to serve passengers travelling on
domestic flights.

For further information and reservations, passengers may contact THAI’s
24-hour Call Center at tel. 0-2356-1111



http://www.tourismthai.org/tat-tourism-news/thai-airway-fully-operates-certified-halal-food-ki.html

http://www.thaiair.com/About_Thai/Newsroom/Press_Release/Press_Year_2008/press019.htm



Anthony Bachtiar wrote:
>
> Sebenarnya tidak usah pusing kok, kalau mau mencari makanan Halal di
> Bangkok.
>
> Bulan lalu saya bawa rombongan trip ke Bangkok-Chiangmai- Chiangrai
> beberapa peserta vegetarian dan sebagian lagi peserta muslim.
> Untuk makanan ternyata kami tidak mengalami masalah selama disana.
> Untuk yang vegetarian saja sangat mudah apalagi kalau hanya
> menghindari pork.
> Sekarang menu vegetarian dan non pork sudah mulai banyak, karena
> tuntutan pariwisata. Mulai dari kaki lima sampai restaurant.
>
> Bahkan di restaurant besar yang biasanya dikunjungi turis mancanegara,
> makanan selalu terbagi tiga.
> Dengan Pork, non pork dan bagian khusus buat yang vegetarian.
> Kalau makanan pinggir jalan juga mereka tulis besar besar Pathai
> vegetarian.
> Jadi kalau buat yang vegetarian saja aman apalagi kalau cuma
> menghindari pork.
>
> Selamat menikmati makanan halal di Bangkok.
>
> Salam
> Anthony
>
>
>
>
> On Oct 17, 2008, at 11:43 PM, dony widiotomo wrote:
>
>>
>> Dear bango-ers,
>>
>> ada yg tau kuliner halal di bangkok ga...??? pusing euy.. dimana2 pork...
>> trims for the info,
>>
>> Dony Wid
>
>



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