1. What is Halal?

Halal is a Food Safety Management System in compliance with Sharia law (Sacred Muslim Law).

The Arabic term Halal means « legal or permissible» and does not only characterize food and drink, but also many everyday products. When it comes to Halal food, it’s not just about meat products. In contrast, the term Halal is generally applied to all foods, especially processed ones. It also concerns pharmaceuticals and many more products.

2. Halal Community

Halal is an international terminology. It is the equivalent of Kosher in Islam and means what is allowed or accepted by Muslims.

Halal is not just about Islam. It is directly related to the safety and hygiene of the products, which is why Halal certified products are in demand by those consumers who are looking for a healthier lifestyle. Particularly important in the trade of Halal products is the fact that manufacturers focus not only on religious processing techniques in accordance with the requirements of Islam, but must apply integrated quality management techniques that are compatible with food safety.

The development of the Halal industry creates a remarkable dynamic all over the world, not only in Muslim but also in non-Muslim countries. It has a significant and growing market, in which the observance of Halal’s terms increases. The benefits of standard Halal procedures encourage professionals to adopt them because of their future benefits. In addition to hygiene, quality and safe products are elements that attract businesses to adopt Halal practices. Halal is a reference point for a safe and quality product.

The production of Halal products is increasing every year. This helps increase the number of Halal certificate holders. At the same time, it requires a firm commitment from the certification body to improve the services and management of Halal.

The size of the Muslim world market includes more than two billion consumers. The Halal product and service market has grown in the last decade and now reaches about four (4) trillion dollars a year. That number is expected to rise and become a multi-trillion-dollar industry in the near future due to rising demand.

Manufacturers of the Halal logo have the potential to acquire a large portion of potential customers from local and international markets. The existence of such a large, geographically dispersed and accessible Muslim market offers significant business opportunities.

According to the business prospects that are being formed, Halal is emerging as a new market force and an original brand. It has established itself in the international market, influencing and changing the perception of how the business should move in the field of trade.

Industry stakeholders need to understand the requirements for the production of products intended for the Muslim market. In addition, importers must understand and meet the requirements of countries with Muslim populations, which cover both religious and food security issues. To export any product to Muslim countries, a Halal certificate is required from a recognized certification body.

Ensuring Halal certification is the first step in capturing the global market for Halal food, products and services. Certification increases competitiveness and contributes to international market penetration.

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3. Certificate Procedure

This procedure describes how the Halal certification service is provided to food companies.

  1. Computer Communication,Communication by Phone or E-Mail.

  2. Important E-Mail Performance With Which Details And Activity Of The Candidate Customer Are Requested.

  3. Distance Of Objectives And Activity From Customer Submission.

  4. Ancient Evaluation of Possibility To Certificate.

  5. Negative Answer.

  6. Positive Answer / Distribution Of Cooperation Proposal.

  7. Cooperative Proposal Provision / Submission Signature.

  8. Details Of Data.

  9. Evaluation Of Data.

  10. Warning Programming.

  11. Committee.

  12. Commitee Introduction.

  13. Final Evaluation.

  14. Communication in Religious Committee.

  15. Certificate Publication / Apostle.

  16. Introduction to the Catalog of Certified Companies

  17. Annual Repair of Representation.

  18. Non-Representation of Certificate / Information of Interested Parts.

4. Want Update?

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