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Bazaar Market butcher shop has a traditional approach in our Meat Shoppe. We do meat the old fashioned way by providing the highest Halal quality meat, custom cutting, knowledgeable butchers and exceptional service. 

We're committed to upholding the highest quality product in our Meat Shoppe. Because of our strict standards, you can be confident that we carry only the best in beef, chicken, lamb, and Goat:

Certified Premium Beef
We hold high standards on our Certified Beef, so we only serve the best quality. Because we want every bite to be juicy, flavorful and tender. The key components of a good steak -marbling, the age of the cattle and muscle texture - are all optimized so you always get a consistently incredible beef experience that's always a cut above. We also carry a full line of all-natural beef, which we've found to be the most flavorful and tender of all the natural lines we tested.

All-Natural Poultry
We carry only all-natural poultry including chicken, turkey (seasonal), beef, and Goat.

Spices to enhance the flavors and more...
As a full-service butcher shop in every sense, we carry much more than just cuts of meat.  Come to our store and you'll find a full line of spices and marinades to enhance any meat you're preparing. You'll love it!

What is Halal Meat?

Halal food isn’t just halal because it has a stamp. There’s a lot more to it than we might think, and it’s important to understand the depths of halal food in order to make the best choices we possibly can.For an animal to be tayyib means it must be locally grown, free from pesticides, growth hormones or anything artificial, and it must have lived in an environment fit for its nature.

This is not only to ensure that what we are putting into our bodies is safe and pure, but it is also to ensure the rights of the animals. In Islam, all living creatures including plants and animals, have rights. Animals must be treated respectfully and compassionately.

The treatment of the animal throughout its life is just as, if not more, important than the slaughter itself.

Here are just some of the ways Islam ensures the welfare of the animal:

  • The animal must be raised in a humane, wholesome and natural environment
  • The animal must not be mishandled, stressed, or caused any discomfort during transport
  • The animal must not feel stress or fear before death
  • The animal must be killed quickly and with as little pain as possible
  • The animal must be killed away from the view of other animals
  • The animal must be offered water before the slaughter and it should not be slaughtered while hungry


Religious slaughter is not privy to Islam. There are other methods of ritual slaughter amongst other religions including Christians and Jews.

The Jewish faith is probably one of the most well-known for their religious laws regarding food. This is known as kosher. There are slight differences between kosher and halal, but if there is no halal meat available, kosher is  acceptable according to Islamic beliefs.

Some Christians also observe the no blood rule and may follow certain religious guidelines when it comes to buying and consuming meat. Since the majority of Christians, however, aren’t strict on these guidelines it is a debated subject among Muslim scholars as to whether their meat is acceptable for Muslim consumption

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