When The Mail on Sunday asked Waitrose on Friday if Duchy Originals lamb was halal, they could not answer our questions immediately, but yesterday they unexpectedly announced their change of heart.When asked if The Mail on Sunday’s proposed article prompted the change, the spokesman replied: ‘No, it’s something we have been considering all week.’ The news that Duchy Originals lamb was halal angered some of Waitrose’s regular customers.

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Until now, all lamb sold by the store has been slaughtered in accordance with Islamic law, with a Muslim reciting a prayer in Arabic over the meat.

But Waitrose said last night that, from now on, organic Welsh lamb from its Duchy Originals range – established by Prince Charles to market produce from his estates – will no longer be halal.

Duchy Originals was launched by Prince Charles in 1990.

Over a year ago, Waitrose signed a deal which gave it a licence to sell the Duchy Originals range, along with independent shops.

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