The United States is the world’s biggest exporter of halal food.
But with growing concern over the impact of growing demand on its halal supply chain, the United States’ food exports to Saudi Arabia jumped 7.9 percent to $11.3 billion in 2015.
This figure represents more than 20 percent of Saudi Arabia’s total exports.
The US is also a major market for other halal-certified products, including pork, beef and poultry, and lamb.
A key part of this growth has been a surge in the use of imported products, such as cheese and yogurt, which have become more popular.
This has led to an increasing amount of imports.
This week, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that the number of imported foods with a certified halal label has doubled since 2013, with imports of cheese and chicken increasing from a total of 1.2 million to 1.7 million.
However, some halal products have had a negative impact on the quality of the products they are produced from.
For example, cheese is not certified halala in the US, but a number of countries are.
And some brands, such in the case of the popular brand of yogurt, have not received the same quality certification as other halala-certificated products.
The growth in the imports of halala foods has come in response to the fact that the US is exporting halal goods to Saudi.
The trade volume of the US has risen by an estimated $3.1 billion since 2012.
But the US imported only 5.6 percent of the food it exported to Saudi last year.
Meanwhile, the exports of non-halal products to Saudi rose by nearly 4 percent to more than $3 billion.
The total US food exports from Saudi to the US reached $18.3 trillion in 2015, according to the USDA.
In contrast, Saudi imports amounted to just $1.9 billion.
A large part of the increase in imports comes from the import of chicken, beef, and pork, which accounts for roughly 90 percent of US food imports.
However it is the importation of cheese that has had the biggest impact on US halal exports.
Cheese is the most popular cheese in the United Kingdom and other countries.
It is made from whey, which is an enzyme made from milk.
In the United states, it is produced by boiling the whey with milk, then separating the curds and then combining them with water.
The resulting cheese is usually aged in oak barrels before being pasteurized and ground.
It has a mild flavor, but is also widely available as a white, hard cheese, and is sold in various forms, such, for sandwiches, salads, and desserts.
In addition to being the most common cheese in its region, cheese has also been found to be a key ingredient in many popular Chinese dishes.
The United Kingdom is also the world leader in the production of cheese in other countries, and imports of British cheeses have been increasing.
However these imports have been limited to a very small number of products.
As a result, some of the British cheese imports to the United, including some that are sold in the UK, have had an impact on its food exports.
Halal products such as meat, fish, dairy products, dairy and egg products, and even the milk of cows have all had negative impacts on the food quality of these products.
These halal imports have had little impact on global food markets and are largely driven by the United State.
But other countries have been growing in the number and variety of their imports.
India and China have the largest number of imports, followed by the US and Saudi Arabia.
The countries have seen increased imports of poultry, meat, and dairy products.
Turkey, Brazil, and India are also increasing their imports of pork and other meat products, while the US imports more than half of its dairy exports.
But it has also imported more than 50 percent of its cheese and egg exports.
In this way, it has increased its food imports from the US by more than a factor of two.
The export of halally-certifying products to the UK has also grown, as the UK now exports nearly half of all halal cheese and more than two-thirds of its eggs.
In some cases, this export has led the UK to import more than 10 percent of all UK food imports, or almost half of what it exports.
Although the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has identified halal foods as a key food security concern, it still expects the number to grow in the near future.
“The growing global demand for halal and other halally produced foods is a critical challenge to the global food supply chain,” the FAO’s chief food security officer, David MacGregor, told Al Jazeera.
“Importing halal from non-state actors will continue to be an important component of the international trade in halal