SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The Muslim Youth Community Center (MYCC) is pleased to announce the fourth annual Original Halal Food Festival from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Rowland Park on Saturday. Launched in 2012, the Halal Food Festival was the first of its kind and was an immediate hit inspiring Halal Food Festivals all over the world, from Chicago to Toronto, to London, to Malaysia, and all the way back.
This year promises to be bigger and better. The goal of the Halal Food Festival was to provide a fun-filled day for the whole family while also supporting local food businesses that provide Halal food options to the community.
Halal is a term used by Muslims to describe meat that has been slaughtered in the name of God. At Halal Food Fest, you will find a delicious selection of foods from around the world, including Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, Egyptian, and many more.
And of course, no Halal Food Festival would be complete without having some delectable hamburgers and fried chicken!. Besides having lots of delicious food, there will be dessert vendors and non-food vendors including clothes, books, and more. All proceeds from the event will be donated to charity and put towards community projects led by MYCC.
We look forward to continuing our great relationships with sponsors, designers, press, and all of our fans—and with only one week left until the festival, our staff has kicked into full gear. Directors Samira Amer and Sami Shaban, along with the staff of MYCC, are committed to making this year’s festival one that goes down in history.
Originally published on www.tapinto.net