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What is Halal


For manufacturers of Food & Beverages:
  • Leverage on the global Halal F&B market which is forecasted to grow at 6.1% per annum, valued at US$ 1.89 trillion by 2027.
  • Cater to the fastest growing population segment in the world, expected to reach 2.2 Billion Muslims by 2030.
  • Boost company's reputation in being able to meet various customer needs & demands
  • Establish a competitive advantage through the unique selling proposition of Halal, in the global market place.
  • Halal certification helps consumers verify product claims, which in turn, translates into sales.
For the consumer:
  • Provides an assurance by experts, that complex raw materials used in the manufacture of food are void of dead animal extracts, poisonous, toxic & harmful substances, human body parts, carnivorous animals, blood, insects & rodents, swine and its by-products and alcohol
  • Ensuring traceability popularly known as the Farm to Fork concept: Halal certification is issued after a stringent audit process by technical experts, of a manufactures supply chain, which includes auditing of additives, processing aids, lubricants, packaging and sanitation chemicals, and most importantly raw materials and its processing methods, to determine if a product meets Halal requirements