Patricia Dunton, 67, from Totteridge, North London, said she had been shopping in Waitrose for more than 30 years.

Speaking before the Waitrose announcement, she said: ‘As a devout Christian, I won’t buy Duchy Originals lamb ever again, and I won’t buy lamb from Waitrose.

A spokesman for Waitrose said that from tomorrow they will make efforts to tell their customers that the Duchy Originals lamb is no longer halal.

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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.A kilogram of half a leg of Duchy Originals lamb costs £9.69 online.By comparison, a kilogram of Waitrose’s own variety costs £9.49, and Tesco’s costs £7.97.Only our frozen New Zealand lamb is halal.’M&S said they will not label any of their Islamically slaughtered lamb as halal.But a spokesman said: ‘If customers contact us we will, of course, deal with their queries and provide the appropriate information.’A spokesman for Sainsbury’s said they could not label any of their lamb as halal, as the abattoirs they source their lamb from do not have official Islamic certificates even if they kill animals according to strict Muslim law.Other supermarkets will also continue to sell halal meat without identifying it, but some said they would make efforts to inform concerned customers who call them.