Halal Research Documents

Countries across the globe, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, have boosted income from food exports by joining a growing consumer market force particularly Muslim and those who needs extra guarantees on food safety and quality products. Introducing a halal standard in 2004, Malaysia has managed to secure a market share of billions worldwide. Seeing the potential, even non-Muslim countries have started to take important steps to produce food and non-food in conformity with the standard. The halal standard does not cover just food. It also has rules regarding the transporting, packaging, labelling and logistics of foods; preparation procedures are also analyzed to ensure their accordance with halal standards, HACCP, GMP and other recognized safety/quality standards and compliances. These standards are applied to food processing plant, hotel operations, pharmacies, cosmetics, medical and many other businesses.

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