November 25, 2019

Behind the Aroma - Episode 1 (Breakfast in Africa)


Breakfast in Africa - https://radiopublic.com/behind-the-aroma-6Lzn0Q/s1!ded87



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November 18, 2019

Hikma 360: Trailer





We believe people should consume safe and appropriate foods and there should be no hidden information in the food market. Based on our pursuit of symmetric information in the halal food market, we have developed an application that will provide information that will help stakeholders understand their food market better.



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