Islamically-correct 'Made in Italy' products that can be exported to Muslim countries and follow Italian gastronomic excellence - including tortelloni and lasagne - but also the most advanced drugs and the best cosmetic specialist products.

And in order to respect, also in Italy, the Koranic laws.

This is the sense of the 'halal' brand, sponsored by the Italian Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Economic Development, Health and Agricultural Policy, which today at the Foreign Ministry in Rome, have signed an inter-ministerial agreement to support the Coreis initiative.

The Islamic religious community has asked the patents office to register the quality brand as 'halal' (allowed, according to the precepts of the Koran), valid for the whole of the national territory, which certifies conformity to the Koranic laws on food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products that are produced in Italy.

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