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  • App helps Islamic tourists dine Halal
  • App helps Islamic tourists dine Halal
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App helps Islamic tourists dine Halal

The foodie tourist has long been well-catered for. Many seek authentic local dining experiences when they go abroad, but what of those whose diets are more restricted? A new app now caters for the Muslim travel market – one that’s growing faster than any other.

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