HALAL

The growing food and chemical industry, supported by the rapidly evolving technology, in addition to providing convenience and assortment to meet the needs of the manufacturer, has also brought up different questions and challenges. One of them is that the halal product was not consumed by the Islamic world in accordance with Islamic laws. Producers in accordance with Islamic rules may obtain the International Certificate of HALAL.

All people have the right to consume a safe food product. In addition, Muslims have the right to consume food, cosmetics and other products in accordance with Islamic rules. For hundreds of years, Muslims have had no problem identifying food and other consumer goods in accordance with Islamic laws. Because the ingredients consumed are more basic and most are home-based products. However, along with recent technological developments, developments in the food industry have also led to product variety and confusion.

HALAL International Certified Product is a clean and safe product at first. In addition, it is a product of raw materials, activity and process, in accordance with Islamic rules at all stages, from raw materials to end product consumption. In this sense, unlawful products, as Islam says, are halal. Some of the non-halal products are:

  • Any kind of product or activity that is expressly prohibited under Islamic law.
  • Pig or wild bear.
  • Dog, snake or monkey.
  • Lions, tigers and other carnivores with paws and front teeth.
  • Eagles, falcons and other birds of prey
  • Mice, scorpions, scorpions, and other harmful animals
  • Bees, ants, and trees are animals that are banned for cutting according to Islamic rules
  • Bits, flies or similar animals that are disgusting and undesirable among humans
  • Any marine creature that has no fins
  • Any animal that is not interrupted by Islamic law
  • Ready foods mixed with blood or blood
  • Animals living on the water and not hunting according to Islamic law
  • Alcoholic drinks, toxic or non-toxic drinks or other substances.

HALAL International Standard is a standard designed to develop methods that will facilitate people's access to healthy, safe and halal products. The HALAL International Standard is a source that is based on scientific facts, and is the foundation for the production and consumption of halal products that are both reliable and clean, and accepted in the non-Islamic world. HALAL International Standard is based on the ISO 22000 Food Security Management System standard.

What are the benefits of HALAL International Certificate?
The HALAL International Certificate should not be considered merely a food certificate. It should not be forgotten that it also includes packaging, labeling, transportation, service and logistics activities, as well as hotel, travel, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and related health care products. As you can see, the HALAL International Certificate, linked to a multidisciplinary sector, has many benefits for both producer and consumer. Some of them are as follows:

  • The HALAL International Certificate creates a trusting relationship between the manufacturer and the consumer
  • It is a way for manufacturers to improve both their systems and their products to meet the ever-growing consumer demand.
  • Promotes clean and hazardous product assortment
  • Since the Halal standard is based on internationally recognized ISO 22000, it plays an important role in improving quality as it enables manufacturers to produce better and safer products.
  • Provides an impartial expert service that checks the raw materials, products, production stages, additives and ingredients, working methods
  • It plays a key role in showing sector structure to producers and positioning the sector and maintaining emerging and changing market conditions.
  • Increased demand for HALAL International Certified Products helps manufacturers increase their competitiveness
  • The HALAL International Certificate takes manufacturers one step further to increase their market share when exporting to Muslim countries.
  • Expert opinion is gained to keep track of innovations, growing needs and customer expectations that are emerging with the ever-evolving and changing technology.
  • The halal system, which has been tested by experts who know Islamic law in the light of scientific information, provides a perfect source for manufacturers at this stage.
  • HALAL assists countries with international certification requirements in avoiding export disputes
  • Not only does halal food, but clean and safe food, also provide benefits in terms of customer satisfaction, quality control techniques, improved documentation, and less loss, more profits.

Who can obtain the International Certificate of Halal?
All companies that produce the HALAL International Standard can be used and applied internationally, especially overseas, especially in Muslim countries. Since HALAL International Standard is primarily a safe product, they must also meet the requirements of ISO 22000. Some of the sectors that may receive the HALAL International Certificate are as follows:​​

  • Companies producing and selling various types of food, nutritional supplements, food packaging
  • Hotels and Restaurants
  • Companies that produce and sell personal care products, personal cleaning products, cosmetics
  • Companies that produce and sell household and industrial cleaning chemicals and cleaning products
  • Companies that produce and sell chemicals, medicines, raw materials and devices used for health purposes
  • Logistics Services
  • Companies that produce feed and feed additives
  • Companies that produce and sell chemical and biochemical products, including insecticides and fertilizers
  • Companies that produce and sell equipment for food establishments
  • Farmers and fishermen
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