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Adam is an agricultural economist, attorney, and researcher focused on legal and economic issues in the Agriculture, Resource and Food sectors.  Adam started his career at an early age in the agribusiness sector, working for a family operation spanning from farming to processing, storing, and exporting food products in the Middle East. He then returned to school, pursuing graduate studies in agricultural economics as well as law, focusing on Agriculture and Food Law. His education spans several countries, from Egypt, Canada, U.S., and Hong Kong. Adam has built up a strong research portfolio and published in several prominent scientific publications. He also writes for several influential news agencies.

Consider the following hypothetical scenario: Working together, a public health authority, a health management organization and some major food processors have set up a non-profit food safety monitoring center. This center has created a website


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Thanks to increased trade in food and farm products, and the growth of Muslim communities in traditionally non-Muslim regions like northern Europe and the US, many non-Muslims are now aware of halal as a distinct
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