Halal and Kosher follow two different dietary food regulations. Kosher foods are prepared in accordance with traditional Jewish laws while Halal foods are ingredients permitted under Islamic law, as defined by the Quran. Both Kosher and Halal diets set strict guidelines regarding which foods are allowed and restricted based on religious teachings.
Even so, some people believe that the two types of regulation are interchangeable when needed. Halal & Kosher do some similarities; in semantics Kosher comes from Hebrew and means “appropriate” and “acceptable”. Halal is an Arabic word and means “legal”; however, they are different entities and differ in both meaning and spirit.