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” O you who believe (in Oneness of Allah – Islamic Monotheism) Eat of lawful things which we have provided you with, and be grateful to Allah, if it is indeed, He whom you worship.”

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).

The Halal Certificate Guide is helpful for anyone involved in international trade, including: exporters, importers, distributors, traders and brokers, logistics professionals, forwarding agents, shipping lines, airlines, and international trucking firms. This guide is also helpful to trade associations, chambers of commerce, consultants, professors and students of international trade.

  • Assurance of halal compliance of raw or precursor materials in processing.
  • Development of new markets and customer segments.
  • Trend market with great potential for growth.
  • National and international acceptance of your halal products and services.
  • Advertising impact and strengthening of your image.
  • Consumer trust and increased customer satisfaction.
  • Halal compliance of your finished product.
  • Your products are independent, neutral and certified according to recognized Halal standards by an accredited Halal certification body.
  • You can respond to customer inquiries from the Islamic world in line with requirements.
  • You promote trust in your products with your Muslim customers.
  • You stand out from your competitors.
  • Halal handling from a single source by an independent, recognized and specialized body.
  • Consumer confidence – it allows the consumers to make an informed choice of their purchase
  • Competitive advantage – manufacturers can use it as a marketing tool to secure bigger market share as halal food is suitable for both Muslims and non- Muslims. At the international level, it can enhance the marketability of the products, especially in Muslim countries.
  • Quality – it indicates that the food product not only fulfills halal requirements but also strict hygiene practices.
  • For the authority – it provides a mechanism to audit and monitors halal food.

Is Halal Beneficial for Everyone?

Halal applies not only to food products but to all aspects of life and social context. When one hears the word ‘Halal’ outside the food industry, it must be understood as a group of permissible practices that guide conduct in all areas of life. These practices will lead to a higher quality of life and a healthier society. Halal certification of food ensures a more pure and wholesome form of nourishment for all people. So, Halal is beneficial for everyone from all walks of life.