WHAT IS RAMLI BURGER?
The Ramly Burger, also known as the Burger Ramly, is a Malaysian burger created by Ramly Moknin popular in Malaysia and Singapore. Though the term "Ramly Burger" may refer to any of the hamburgers sold in a Ramly Burger stall, it most commonly refers to the Ramly Burger Special. While the amount and type of ingredients vary greatly depending on location, a typical Ramly Burger consists of a beef or chicken patty, margarine, onions, an egg, cabbage, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce and Maggi Seasoning. This list is subjective, however, as Ramly Burgers are famous for being highly customizable.
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The website is interactive and interesting.
HPA ROSELLE FRUIT JUICE
HPA ROSELLE CORDIAL
SABA ISLAMIC MEDIA
ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE BOOKS AND MATERIALS IN ENGLISH FOR INTERNATIONAL READERS
Saba Islamic Media Franchise Program
Welcome to Saba Franchise
WHY Saba Islamic Media Franchise Program?
How much longer must we say "NO" to potential entrepeneurs who have already said "YES" to calculated-risk opportunities?
With our motto: "Your Spiritual Welbeing... our business" together with patience and diligence in drawing-up a strategic franchise organisation dealing in niche marketing of Islamic books and multi-media such as CD-ROMS, VCDs, DVDs, Audio CDs and Cassettes especially in English. Where else can YOU turn to?
In a world of ever increasing "...mind your own business" attitude towards social ills around us, SABA has chosen to make it "...our business" to contribute towards a healthier society, based on the way of life founded on true Divine guidance. Since 1989, SABA has been active in the production and distribution of Islamic da'wah materials in various formats - literature, audio/video, electronic and computer multimedia.
At SABA, da'wah actually drives the business instead of occupying a passive backseat, to be sacrificed at the slightest sign of an economic crisis. This is the best illustrated by (Alhamdulillah), uninterrupted services to the general public through dissemination of the Islamic message of peace - right through the difficult period of 1998 up to the present time. SABA actually continued to grow during this period enabling widespread availability of materials on Islam to all. Muslim and non-Muslim alike.
Saba Islamic Media Sdn Bhd
1-2-1 Prima Peninsula Jalan
Setiawangsa 11 Taman Setiawangsa,
Kuala Lumpur 54200,
p: 603-42518792 f: 603-42562030
Email Saba Islamic Media Sdn Bhd
HABHAL SWEET SOY BEAN SAUCE
TAMIN TRADING AND ENTERPRISE
The story of Kicap Tamin began in 1951 when the late Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin (left) produced it on a small scale in Batu Gajah, Perak.
With a capital of just RM10 but lots of determination, Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin's cottage industry produced about 700 bottles a day with the help of his family members. Even though the production was small, cleanliness, quality and taste were not compromised. Ingredients like soya beans, wheat flour and others were carefully selected and combined to ensure the fine quality of the sauce.
After a year, the demand for Kicap Tamin grew beyond expectations, The product were by then well known amongst the housewives and consumers in the kampung vacinity. Kampung children who travelled or migrated to the cities also brought with them Kicap Tamin, thereby introducing people in the cities to the delicious and delightful taste of the sauce.
To meet the increasing demand, Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin stepped up productions to 3,500 bottles per day. The popularity of the sauce and the increasing demand eventually prompted Tuan Haji Mohd. Tamin to expand his business by building a factory in Enggor, not far from the royal town of Kuala Kangsar, Perak. More staff were also employed to help increase the production to 9,000 bottles a day. Kicap Tamin were by now marketed in the whole Peninsula Malaysia.
Various kind of soy sauces
credit of pic: www.khas.com.my
Contact the company:
Syarikat Salmi Bin Haji Tamin Sdn. Bhd.
3955 JLN IPOH BATU 25,
33600 ENGGOR, Enggor,
Contact : +605-7576577
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Adabi is a household name in every home in Malaysia. For almost two decades, the Malaysian public has heard, seen and fallen in love with the Adabi brand, whose logo is represented by the traditional Royal Palace of Malacca in the sixteenth century. The Malay palace denotes the fact that Adabi products have a very strong heritage, similar with the quality food that was served to the royalties in the past.
True to its image, the Adabi brand has consistently delivered to Malaysian consumers food products that are 100% Halal, and of the highest quality. It is because of this that Adabi was recently voted a Superbrand for the year 2002 by the Malaysian Superbrand Council. Adabi can proudly lay claim to the fact it is one of only a select few Superbrands that is purely homegrown, through and through.
The Adabi brand has also managed to penetrate the minds of consumers outside of Malaysia, especially those in the Indonesian cosmopolitan areas of Medan and Jakarta. Some of Adabi’s well-known products have been marketed and sold in Indonesia since 1993, and the Adabi brand has also been promoted consistently in the mass media over there.
Contact ADABI at:
Write to them if there's any issues, suggestions or even complaints at:
Adabi Consumer Industries Sdn Bhd
Lot 136, Rawang Integrated Industrial Park,
48000 Rawang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Telephone Number : +60 3 6092 3677
Fax Number : +60 3 6092 6458
General : email@example.com
Training : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales : email@example.com
More Info: http://www.adabi.com.my/
A heavy industry in automotive field, too bad the suppliers of the spare parts are still dominated by non-Muslims. Only the outcome is from Muslim workers, employers, and ideas.
More info in Proton Official Web: http://www.proton.com/
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This kind of websites made me thinking that why not we just interact and trading among each others with full understanding based from Quran and Sunna, you can read those comments for yourselves:
One of it, they say Boycott Arab Oil!!
I had just attended a meeting of our relatives from the same ancestor in Malaysia. We are linked to 2000 people in a big hall while there are many others who can't attend the meeting for some reasons. We don't know each other while we actually sharing the same ancestor and faith. We can just live as a community if we strengthening our silat-ur-ra7eem in the name of Allah and witnessing prophet Muhammad as the final prophet.
Errrr, this one is a bit exotic and seafood. I don't know if people love this but for me it is not new although it is not my daily flavor enriching sauce. I will just introduce this as produced and packaged by SEAn Muslim, so if anyone interested with exotic foods you know where to find and safely consuming them without any doubt. Introducing Budu or Achovy Sauce.
It is popular in East Malaysia and South Thai region (น้ำปลาฝรั่ง/Nam Pla Prang). They use to have this with a dish called Nasi Kerabu or Khao Yam. Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam is a kind of Veggie Rice but you still can have it with Fish Crackers, Fried Fish, Beef, or Chicken. It is a kind of food served by Southern Muslim Thai and also Eastern Coast Muslim Malays in Malaysia. In Malaysia, the anchovy sauce is produced by local Muslim and they pack it themselves. No non-Muslim produce this as far as I know.
Ketereh Brand Anchovy Sauce
Sorry... the photographer had already consume the anchovy sauce so the presentation is quite bad.
Mahkota Brand Anchovy Sauce
Petai Brand Anchovy Sauce
I love this, my Kelantanese friend had give me one as a present and I think I love this more than Ketereh brand. The anchovy essence is a bit light than in Ketereh brand.
Also, Anchovy Sauce in packet, this is the new presentation by the local company.
How do you consume this?
Mix the anchovy sauce with limes, few cut of chillies, and onion. You can have the mixture of anchovy sauce with Khao Yam (Nasi Kerabu)
Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam
Nasi Kerabu/Khao Yam Plain Presentation
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Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd Product
MISTER TAPIOCA CHIP
Image Source : The New Straits Times (Travel Times).
Posted in English Newspaper on December 16, 2008 by mistertapioca
From humble beginnings as a staple during the Japanese Occupation, tapioca is fast gaining fame as a snack in many countries abroad, learns SHANTI GUNARATNAM.
Taking chips to new frontiers, Sheikh Ahmad is dubbed ’Mr Tapioca Chip of Malaysia’. He is seen here with the many varieties of chips which his company Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd produces.
Taking chips to new frontiers, Sheikh Ahmad is dubbed ’Mr Tapioca Chip of Malaysia’. He is seen here with the many varieties of chips which his company Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn Bhd produces.
IT is a local delicacy that has been given a “new lease of life” and infused with a variety of flavours.
In the world of calorie conscious consumers, the more popular potatoes are now making way for the humble tapioca, the local root vegetable, which is packed with anti-oxidants.
From Kuala Lumpur to London, snack lovers are digging into bowls after bowls of tapioca chips.
Surprisingly, foreigners are consuming more tapioca chips compared to Malaysians.
And this Christmas, don’t be surprised if you see tapioca chips served along side turkey at many British homes.
“We have taken tapioca for granted, but the Westerners already know about its nutritional value and are consuming them more,” says Haji Sheikh Ahmad Dusuki, the managing director of Muslim Best Marketing (M) Sdn Bhd which exports some 10 containers of tapioca chips into England regularly.
Besides England, Sheikh Ahmad’s “Tappi Chips” are also popular in Canada, Ireland and China.
Our Asean neighbours, Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam and Cambodia are also chowing down these chips by the container loads.
In Malaysia, these chips are available in many hypermarkets as well as at the Airport Shoppe at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport where it is “flying” fast off the shelves.
“Many foreigners have mistaken the tapioca chips for potato chips. When you see them eating the chips, they have puzzled looks on their faces because they are wondering which of the two chips they are consuming.”
The Big Picture
According to Sheikh Ahmad, the snack industry worldwide is worth some four billion Euros and they see a huge potential in tapioca chips.
Each canister of tapioca chips is currently retailing between RM6.50 and RM8.30.
“We started making these chips two years ago at our factory in Kelantan. Mardi helped us a lot with research and development because we knew the growth potential of tapioca chips.
“Selling the chips at KLIA is the best thing we have done for our product because the mileage it has brought in terms of branding purposes,” says Sheikh Ahmad who is currently working on introducing new flavours for his tapioca chips.
Some of the new flavours he is looking into include Jalapeno and banana.
Local Favourites Flying High
If you think the Airport Shoppe only stocks fast food, think again.
They have gone local by selling acar buah (RM5 per bottle), pickled chillies and lime (RM5 per pack), rojak sauce (RM5), cincalok (RM2.70) and belacan (RM2).
The biggest buyers of these items are often foreigners.
Surprised? Don’t be, because many of them have learnt to eat these local delicacies when holidaying or residing in Malaysia. On their way back home, they buy these Malaysian favourites at the Airport Shoppe.
“The Indians love the pickled chillies and lime which they often consume with the many types of Indian bread or even rice,” says Zulpakah Hamzah of Zentech Trading, the maker and supplier of these products.
Zulpakah has taken the small family run business into a commercial success when he ventured out of his hometown in Sungai Rambai in Malacca into hypermarkets, retail outlets and the airport more than one year ago.
Everything that is on the shelves is made at home by his wife and relatives based on recipes handed down to them by their mothers and aunts.
In Malacca, Acar Buah Mak Jenah is well-known.
“We started off making acar buah to be served at weddings and that is how we started in the early years. As the demand grew for the acar, we decided to commercialise it.
“The family has worked hard to make Acar Buah Mak Jenah a household name and we are now working harder to take it international,” says Zulkpakah.
Monthly, some 60 bottles of acar buah are sold at the airport.
The acar is interestingly often eaten with sandwiches by foreigners.
Pictures by Rosela Ismail
Article Source: http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/T...cle/index_html
LIQO CHOCOLATE MALT DRINK
LIQO Chocolate Malt Drink is a new product in the market today. It is a Muslim native product and trying to penetrate the market in this country. With natural malt extract as the ingredient, LIQO provides energy and natural goodness to all. The unique taste is comparable to other malt drinks in the market but it is with distinct identity. The most important thing is that it cost lower than other malt drinks in the market and we can make a good selection to try it. It is also an alternative for us while now most of the people are talking about boycotting the products produced by those who oppressed others.
The malt drink consist coco powder, malt extract, non-dairy cream, milk cream, and sugar powder. It is 100% Muslim native product and guaranteed Halal with hygienic packaging process. The product is produced in Factory Complex of SME Bank, Saga Industrial Area, Sungai Petani, Malaysia. Let us together supporting Muslim products and not only talking of boycotting without buying our own products or producing the products for ourselves. Wallahualam...
For those who are interested to be a stockist, please don't hesitate to call Mrs. Zainab at +6-04-4338441 for more information and purchase. I don't know whether the company have the website. I will try searching for it for the sake of International market.
Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn.Bhd
Company Name : Muslim Best Food Industries Sdn. Bhd
Registration No. : 210791-P
Address : No.22, Jln TPP 5/3, Taman Perindustrin Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
Phone Number : +603- 8062 2780/2781
Fax Number : +603- 8060 4533
Company Product :
Sweet Chili Sauce
Salty Soy Sauce
Sweet Soya Sauce
Sweet Soya Bean Sauce
Original Black Pepper Sauce
Mister Tapioca Stick Salt 'N' Vineger
Mister Tapioca Crisp Onion 'N' Sour Cream
Mister Tapioca Crisp curry Chicken
Mango Salsa Sauce
Papaya Salsa Sauce
Pineapple Salsa Sauce
I don't want this idea being wasted so I put it here for sharing. I hope Muslims all over the world and nations could take heed too from this news. We need to establish our own Universities whether in our nations or in the country where you live to make sure that we depend on our own feet and excel in education or academic in more deep meaning. We should establish back our Egypt and Andalusia, there is no time for procrastination!!!
This could also stimulate our own economy! Any related news from your country is appreciated, share with us about the products, companies, and etc here, please...please...please. We need co-operation at least information to enhance our economy wherever we are so that we are not only talking to boycott this and that but also know where to reach for the practice.
ESTABLISH MORE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITIES
KUALA LUMPUR 16th July - Government determines Muslims to establish more Islamic Universities in the country as to make sure that more Muslim thinkers and scholars with balanced Dunyawi and Ukhrawi knowledge being born.
The vice minister of higher education, Saifuddin Abdullah said that this step is crucial because Muslims need references written by Muslim scholars ourselves to solve various problems arise.
According to him, we are still lack of Islamic based reading and written materials and this had made us facing problems in making researches and references. We can't only depend on non-Muslim materials.
"Muslim Ummah in this country are still searching for ideal reference materials to solve problems and forming ideas in solving social problems faced by Muslim teenagers today.
It is hoped that the establishment of Islamic Universities and Educational Institution based in Islam could help boosting the rise of scholarship of Muslim community in various fields such as in religious studies and Islamic Law studies, technical knowledge, science and maths, linguistics, and others," he said in his speech delivered in the opening ceremony of the International Islamic University College Expo and Festival in conjunction to the college's 21st convocation today.
According to him, the Islamic approach is important to form good akhlaq in students selves and ensuring them to be the thinkers, reference, and models for future generation.
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Examples of Islamic University
al-Madinah International University
International Islamic University, Malaysia
Science Islamic University, Malaysia
Ummul Quraa University, KSA
al-Azhar University, Egypt
We need more, we also should co-operate with the universities in the term of Academic and Researches. I would like to know whether Muslim Universities offering the studies of languages of Muslims (Turkish, Persian, Malay, and others other than Arabic) and Western languages courses? They are important for mutual understanding.
These Universities are not-Islamic, but I hope Muslims all-over the world could also participate in these universities because many Muslims study there:
Science University of Malaysia
University of Malaya
Malaysian National University
Putra Malaysia University
I think I will redirect this post to another thread about Muslim education.
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INTRADE MALAYSIA 2009 (INTERNATIONAL TRADE MALAYSIA)
10 - 12 NOVEMBER 2009
MARTRADE EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
Effective Strategies To Penetrate International Market
INTRADE Malaysia, the largest exhibition of trade goods in ASEAN, returned again as a promotional center for local goods and services for International market.
INTRADE 2009 is organized by Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MARTRADE) witnessed the exhibition of products and services from more than 300 local and international companies of 11 different industries.
Don't miss the opportunity to:
* Expand your business into International market
* Meet beneficial International customers who will also present in the INTRADE 2009 under the program of "Incoming Buying Mission (IBM)"
* Establish and strengthening links with Local and International business community who will participate in the exhibition
* Participate the KL International Trade Forum (KLITF) the 3rd, to get more recent information about the industries of your company.
For further information, please check in
International Trade and Industrial Ministry of Malaysia
Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MARTRADE)
SCIENTIFIC DATA IS NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE CLAIM
By Khairunnisa Sulaiman
Kacip Fatimah Herb (Labisia Pumilia)
Too bad that a country with biodiversity richness is still not explored in whole by the scientists (where are our Muslim scientists local and from other Muslim nations?We need their participation). Many that can be done to bring the local herbs into international market especially the far developed countries (I expect that we do that among ourselves first) as among the alternative way in medical world.
To penetrate the market abroad, especially in the far developed countries, we need scientific data to support the effectiveness of our herbal products as what had been done by traditional herbal specialists and practicioners.
In far developed countries, they are very cautious with the medicines taken and they usually will be looking for the scientific data to ensure the effectiveness of certain medicine and to make sure that it is safe to be consumed.
For the first time in our country's history, a biotechnology company had succesfully produced a complete data about the toxicity of the Queen of Herbs, Kacip Fatimah (Labisia Pumilia).
The chief executive of the company, Dr. Rajen M. said that the support given by the government in the form of grant is appreciated.
"Although the data is given priority, we will still returning it back to the public for their benefits," he said during the interview in the launching of the data website day, in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, this recent.
Kacip Fatimah is an endemic item in this region especially in the South of Malaysian Peninsula, even the scientific name of the herb "Labisia" was taken from the name of a town in Johor in South Malaysian Peninsula, which is Labis town.
The herb was said as having a long history and was named after the name of prophet Muhammad (pbuh) daughter, Fatima.
Although Kacip Fatima is popular in the market among local Malay consumers, it is still difficult penetrating International market.
"International market need scientific data to support the claim on the effectiveness of the local herb," said Rajen.
Thus Holista Biotech had co-operated with the Integrative Medical Institute of India in Jammu which is an oldest and largest herbal institute in India.
The institute too had been in agreement with the University of Mississipi, in the US to ease the process of certification by the Food and Drugs Association (FDA), US.
The toxicity data had shown that Kacip Fatimah is safe to be consumed for human daily needs.
The research too can be used by other companies and the fund that should be used for the research can also be applied on the development of the herb.
While, the chief executive of Biotech Corp. Iskandar Mizal Mahmood expressed his pride with the initiative efforts of a company which had reached the stage of BioNexus.
"The research is hoped to help Kacip Fatimah being developed as a product marketed in both local and international market." Iskandar said.
He also hope that what had been done by Holista Biotech will also inspire other BioNexus company in conducting researches about other local herbs.
The research too had sparked innovations and development in herbal field, it could also be an important field the national biotech policy.
Dr. Rajen said that they still have other three more local herbs to be in research and data collecting.
Now, anyone could check out about the toxicity of the Kacip Fatimah by downloading the data from the website:
source: Malaysian Courier, July, 17th 2009
herb pic: www.ashtech.com.my
About Al Rajhi Bank
Al Rajhi Bank is the largest Islamic banking group in the world recognized for being instrumental in bridging the gap between modern financial demands and intrinsic Islamic values. One of the fastest growing and most progressive banks in Saudi Arabia, it owes its banking excellence to its unwavering commitment to Shariah principles and the use of technology to offer diverse products to meet customer needs. The Group has a vast network of over 500 bank branches, 2,000 ATM machines and over 18,000 POS installed all over the kingdom.
Leveraging on its established principles and operations in the Middle East, Al Rajhi Bank ventured out as an international bank by setting up its first overseas operations in Malaysia in October 2006. Operating on the same platform as the home bank, Al Rajhi Bank Malaysia extensively uses the latest banking technology to consistently provide customers with speed and convenience in banking. It opened its first and main branch at Jalan Ampang on 16th October 2006. Today, it has 19 branches, 14 in the Klang Valley, one each in Johor Bharu, Melaka, Penang, Kuching and Kota Bharu.
The bank is expanding its suite of products and services that currently offers Savings account-i, Current account-i, Personal financing-i, Charge card-i, Debit card-i, Fixed term investment-i, Automobile financing-i, Home financing-i, Structured Home Financing-i, Al Musafir Card-i and customised corporate products. As of Feb 2008, Al Rajhi had a customer base nearing 100,000 and the numbers are steadily growing.
Who we are and where we come from?
Based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Al Rajhi Bank plays an integral part in the life of the desert Kingdom. We've been serving its citizens, financing its growth and contributing to Saudi development for over 50 years, catering for both the retail and wholesale needs of our clientele. We've now grown into the country's largest branch and ATM network with over 18,000 POS installed with merchants all over the Kingdom. We're also one of the largest joint stock companies in Saudi, with a paid-up capital of SR 13.5 billion (US$ 3.6 billion)
Malaysia marks our first foray into the international banking market and it's an exciting and highly significant development in the history of the bank.
official site: http://www.alrajhibank.com.my/