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Sorry but you will not find any "horse meat" in our food, "Neyyhh" (and i'm sure that is not the first or the last horse-meat joke you have heard or will hear) Well things are getting quite precarious, the latest news is halal horse-burgers, what ever next. Well, i'd like to say that we have had many enquiries from our customers and that includes schools, colleges, madrasahs, caterers and our ever precious home users, that how sure are we that we do not have any cross-contamination in our meat, or to put it in another words, is there any horse-meat in our meat, the answer to the last question is NO. But to put it simply, we buy-in carcasses of cattle and lamb, hence it is absoultely impossible to get any other contamination of meat in our food chain. Well, i hope that gives you all piece of mind but if you're not satisfied then please don't hesitate to call us on 01924 474488 (ask for Anwar or Yousuf) or send us an email, i'll trott along now :)
Its cold out there and no-one really wants to go out in this weather to do shopping, so we thought that this is the best time to kick-off our frozen foods range. We have had loads of requests from customers that they want to buy their regular frozen products too from us. So here goes, please check-out the Frozen Foods section and browse around, if you like what you see then tell your friends and family, if you think something needs looking into then tell us.
What is Udhiya?
‘Udhiya’ is an Arabic word meaning "blood sacrifice", and ‘Qurbani’ is an Urdu and Persian word derived from the Arabic word "Qurban" which literally means an act performed to seek Allah Ta’ala’s pleasure. It is technically used for the sacrifice of an animal slaughtered for the sake of Allah Ta’ala.
The sacrifice of an animal has always been a recognised form of worship in many religions, but in the ‘Shariah’ (Islamic sacred law) of The Last and Final Messenger of Allah Ta’ala (Peace be upon him) the sacrifice of an animal has been recognised as a form of ibadah (worship) during the three days of the month Zul Hijjah, namely the 10th, 11th, and 12th .
This is to commemorate the unparalleled sacrifice offered by the Prophet Sayyidna Ibrahim, Alayhi Salam, when he, in pursuance to a command of Allah Ta’ala conveyed to him in a dream, prepared himself to slaughter his beloved son, Sayyidna Isma'il, Alayhi Salam, and actually intended to do so, but Allah Ta’ala the Almighty, after testing his submission, sent down a sheep and saved his son from the logical fate of slaughter. It is from this incident that the sacrifice of an animal became an obligatory duty to be performed by every Muslim who has the means to do it.
On who is obligatory?
Qurbani is Wajib (obligatory) on every Muslim who is
What the Qur'an and Hadith says:
Allah Ta’ala Ta'ala, The Most Wise says:
"It is not their meat nor their blood that reaches Allâh, it is your piety that reaches Him. Indeed He has subjected them (animals) to you so that you may glorify Allah for guiding you, and give glad tidings to those who excel in good." (Quran-22:37)
The Noble Messenger of Allah Ta’ala(Peace be upon him) is reported to have said:
"For every hair that is on the sacrificial animal, one reward is recorded for the person making the Qurbâni."
"There is nothing dearer to Allâh during the days of Qurbâni than the sacrificing of animals. The sacrificed animal shall come on the Day of Qiyamah with its horns, hair and hooves (to be weighed in reward). The sacrifice is accepted by Allâh before the blood reaches the ground. Therefore sacrifice with an open and happy heart."
"Whoever has the capacity to sacrifice and does not do so, should not come to the place where the Eid prayer is offered." (Hadith-Ibn Majah).
Therefore if you have the means to do Qurbani, do not ignore or delay in discharging this important part of Deen. There are many more details that relate to Qurbani which have not been covered in this brief article.
For a more detailed article on the Laws & Virtues of Udhiya (Qurbani) please visit: http://eislaminfo.blogspot.com/2010/10/qurbaniudhiyya.html
by Admin 23rd August 2012
Mullaco.com ships numerous items ranging from Tinned Groceies to Fresh Vegetables. From 2g Saffron to 15kg Fresh Sheep meat.
Balancing shipping charge is always a challenge. Ensuring our shipping cost is as cost effective and fair as possible to our customers.
So as of immediately we have revised our shipping charges.
Any purchase from Grocery section under £60 will have a £4.99 delivery charge. Orders over £60 will be Free Delivery.
Any purchase of Meat, Vegetables, Frozen, Non Foods etc under £99 will have a £7.99 delivery charge. Orders over £99 will be Free Delivery.
This delivery charges are based on order weight of 25kg. If your total order weight is over 25kg than add £4.99 for each weight increase of 25kg.
by Admin August 2012
Mullaco.com and its staff would like wish all its customers and visitors Eid Mubarak. For the anitcipated Eid next week, please pre-order in advance and avoid last minute panic purchases. Our last day of orders for Eid is Wednesday 15th August. Orders will be processed and dispatched on Thursday / Friday. Insha-Allah.
by Admin July 2012
The long awaited Great Ramadhan Sale of 2012 at Mullaco will start on Tuesday 26th June and will last until 16th July 2012. These are instore offers only. A downloadable leaflet will be available to from Tuesday 26th June.
by Admin Feb 2012
Mullaco.com has been granted a 5 Star Ratings by the FSA (Food Standard Agency) for its Hygiene, Cleaniness, and Food Hygience Laws.
by Admin Jan 2012
Mullaco Foods is an Indian Grocers who stands for selling fresh produce at fair prices. Mullaco Foods also sells HMC certified Halal Meat and Poultry products.
Our objective is simple; to provide our customers with best prices and serve them well. Through our excellent website and our retail Indian shop in Yorkshire we continually improve and develop our product ranges, and work hard to give customers an ever pleasant shopping experience.
by Admin August 2011
Mullaco.com has revamped its ever popular and successful Asian Grocery website www.Mullaco.com. We have listened to our customers and have added some additional functions to aid our customers.
Functions such as Recipes, Download Recipes, Buy all the products that is required in that recipe with one click and more.
Also have a browse through our Specials and Clearance pages too. We continually add Special offer products for all the Asian Grocery and food lines.
If you have any comments about our new website, than please do get in touch with us. We would love to hear from you. We also have a feedback form. You will find it here.
Ordering your meat on-line from Mullaco.com couldn't be easier. Simply browse through the categories such as Beef, Lamb etc, Add to basket, Click on Checkout. Pay for your item and wait for your delivery.
Its very simple. Free delivery on groceries (Non-chilled items) minimum purchase of £60.00, otherwise if below £60 then £4.99. Free delivery on Any Groceries, Fresh Meat (Chilled Items) minimum purchase of £99.00, otherwise £7.99 if below £99.
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