Nando’s serves Halal chicken in the following selected restaurants:
Balham, Barking, Bayswater, Beckton, Bethnal Green, Brixton, Croydon Valley Park, Dalston, Feltham, High Street Kensington, Harrow, Hounslow, Ilford, Kilburn, Kingsbury, Mile End, Park Royal, Shepherds Bush, South Harrow, Stratford, Stroud Green, Tooting, Wembley, Wembley Park, Whitechapel, Wood Green
Ashton Moss, Bolton, Bradford Leisure Exchange, Bradford Centenary Square, Huddersfield, Leeds - Cardigan Fields, Liverpool - Queen Square, Manchester - Oxford Road, Manchester - Trafford Centre, Manchester - Parrs Wood, Manchester - The Fort, MetroCentre, MetroCentre - Garden Walk, Middlesbrough, Newcastle - The Gate, Oldham, Preston - Deepdale, Preston - Marketplace, Sheffield Valley Centertainment, Wakefield,
• Sign on the entrance of the restaurant
• On the relevant restaurant page on this website
• Certificate from our supplier (Freemans),
certifying the chickens in that restaurant are supplied by them
Please ask a member of staff at Nando’s if you are unsure.
Our Halal chickens are supplied to us by Freemans of Newent. They are authorised by the Islamic institute of Jurisprudence and are one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Halal chicken.
We are committed to the highest standards and therefore the quality, welfare and health of our chicken is a priority. We ensure that Freemans of Newent follow the strict Red Tractor Farm Assurance Standards. All our chickens are indoor-reared. They are pre-stunned which minimises suffering and fear. The method used is a high frequency low voltage stun – this means the chicken is still alive, but unconscious when it is hand slaughtered and blessed by licensed Muslim slaughter men. Their slaughter process is overseen by Mr. Ali Bham who has been a practicing Muslim slaughter man for over 20 years.
Our Halal and non-Halal chicken products are never mixed at our suppliers and are clearly segregated in our distribution centre. Our restaurants are authorised only to receive poultry from our approved distribution centre.
We always decide which restaurants will serve Halal chicken before it first opens. We base our decision on a range of criteria, such as:
• Local population
• Type of restaurant
• Potential future openings in the area
• Distance to nearest restaurant serving Halal chicken
• Distribution factors
We do not have any plans to change the supply arrangements at any of our existing restaurants.