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Halal Certification: Halal certification states that the food or the products are permissible for the followers of Islam and no haram product or procedure is used while its manufacturing or processing

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Halal Certification

The Halal certificate is a document that guarantees that products and services aimed at the Muslim population meet the requirements of Islamic law and therefore are suitable for consumption in both Muslim-majority countries and in Western countries where there are significant population group who practice Islam (France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain).

Halal certification is a process which ensures the features and quality of the products according to the rules established by the Islamic Council that allow the use of the mark Halal. It is mainly applied to meat products and other food products such as milk, canned food and additives. Specifically, for meat products Halal certifies that the animals were slaughtered in a single cut, thoroughly bled, and their meat have not been in contact with animals slaughtered otherwise and, especially, with pork. Products that are Halal certified are often marked with a Halal symbol, or simply the letter M (as the letter K is used to identify kosher products for Jewish population).


Benefits of Halal Certification

Access to untapped market potential of about 2 billion Muslims consumers with a personal and spiritual incentive to purchase Halal services, food, and non-food products. Potential to expand your business to 5 billion non-Muslims who are interested in high-quality, healthy foods. Ability to increase your exports and to more easily transport your products to Muslim countries Empowerment to develop a competitive advantage by entering into new, untapped markets Ability to gain brand recognition as by offering a sustainable value proposition in Halal markets around the world. Access to knowledge and recognition around the world that will help you improve your institution's engagement in high-value partnerships and secure lucrative business deals Ability to enhance retention of discerning Muslim consumers Ability to offer Halal certified products at a reasonable premium

The Halal certification in the food industry

In general terms and in accordance with the above, to consider food Halal, it is necessary that it conforms to the Islamic law in the Koran, the traditions of Prophet Muhammad (SWS), and the teachings of Islamic lawyers . This implies that foods are fit to be consumed and are completly safe. In relation to the sector of the food industry, these are some of the most important conditions:

  • The product must be free of any prohibited substance or ingredient.
  • It must be a product made by using the appropriate utensils and machinery, which also cannot have been in contact with a prohibited substance or product during the process of making the product, nor during its production, processing, storage and transportation.
  • The animals that are allowed have to be slaughtered without unnecessary suffering and fulfilling the conditions that are stipulated.
  • Usually, fish are considered Halal.
  • Halal preservatives, colourants, flavorings or additives are allowed.
  • In animal feed, the feed must be of vegetable origin.

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