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• Halal is an Islamic term which means lawful, permissible or legal. The opposite of Halal is Haram which means unlawful or prohibited.
• lIn the Holy Quran, Allah has commanded Muslims and all Mankind to eat and live on Halal and Tayyib (pure, clean, wholesome, nourishing and pleasing to the taste) things. Among the many verses of the Quran that convey this message, here are a few:
• O ye people! Eat of what is on earth, lawful and good; and do not follow the footsteps of the Evil One, for he is to you an avowed enemy.” (Al-Baqarah: 168)
• "O you who believe (in the Oneness of Allah)! Eat of the good things that We have provided you, and be grateful to Allah if it is (indeed) He Whom you worship”. (Al-Baqarah: 172)
• l“Eat of that which Allah hath provided for you lawful and good; but fear Allah, in Whom ye believe.” (Al Maidah: 88)

List of Haram MATERIAL (Main Haram Elements)
• Pigs, boars, dogs and their generation.
• Carnivorous animals with claws and fangs such as lions, tigers, bears, snakes, monkeys and other similar animals.
• Birds of prey with claws such as eagles, vultures, and other similar birds.
• Pests such as rats, centipedes, scorpions and other similar animals.
• Animals forbidden to be killed in Islam, i.e., ants, bees and woodpecker birds
• Animals which are considered repulsive generally like lice, flies, maggots and other similar animals.
• Animals that live both on land and in water (amphibians) such as frogs, crocodiles and other similar animals.
• Mules and domestic donkeys.
• All poisonous and hazardous aquatic animals.
• Any other animals not slaughtered according to Islamic Law.
• Dead animals due to strangulation, a blow to the head (as in clubbing), a headlong fall, natural causes (carrion), being gored or attacked by another animal.

• Part(s) of human body or by-product such as placenta.
• Anything liquid or solid came out from human or animal hollow such as urine, faeces, vomit and pus..
• Intoxicating and hazardous plants except where the toxin or hazard can be eliminated during processing.
• Alcoholic drinks (Wine, Ethyl Alcohol, and Spirits.
• All forms of intoxicating and hazardous drinks.
• All food additives derived from above Items.
• Any intoxicating and hazardous chemicals or natural mineral.
• All poisonous and hazardous aquatic animals.

Why go for HALAL
The HALAL symbol on a food packet is an assurance to the buyer that the food they are buying is made of HALAL certified ingredients and HALAL certified processes have been used along with HALAL equipment.

The HALAL symbol is a guarantee that the food meets the highest standards of safety and purity.

HALAL Certification Assessment

• STEP 1

Submit Enquiry On-Line

Submit your company details and your line of products via e-mail, with the form provided.

• STEP 2

Generating a Quotation for HALAL Certification

We will contact you by phone or e-mail to give quotation and assist you with the application form and to discuss your ingredients and products, as well as your prospects for HALAL certification.

• STEP 3

Initial Visit to Your Production Plant

Submit your company details and your line of products via e-mail, with the form provided.

• STEP 5

Issuance of the HALAL Certificate

HALAL Certification Benefit to the Organization
For a consumer, knowing, a particular product is Halal Certified, ensures that they can purchase the product with a trust that it is devoid of anything which not permissible as per sharia Law i.e. Haram or Doubtful..

And is Halal for them

Apart from the consumers, there are numerous benefits for the manufacturers too:

Instead of blindly reposing trust in famous brands, consumers have become more alert and questioning about the ingredients, methods and practices that go into the making of the food they buy.

signifies a far better product. Then there are people with allergies to certain foods. The HALAL label gives them peace of mind.

HALAL Auditing and Certification Cost
HALAL Certification charges may depend upon the size, location, Complexity of operation, Processes and it’s inter relevance.
Apply for HALAL Certification
Organizations interested in HALAL certification and searching for ISO certification bodies can contact us.
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