What Is HALAL Certification?
Halal is an Arabic term meaning ‘permitted, allowed or lawful’. Halal when used in relation to food and other consumer goods, means “permissible for consumption and use by Muslims. Opposite to it is Haram, which means forbidden or not allowed. The certification is given to a company who undergone an audit and meets the standards set.
The Importance And Advantages Of HALAL Certification
A HALAL certification gives the consumer or customers the assurance that your products are engaged in Islamic law not just for food or drinks but it is applicable to all things we encounter daily. If you are catering to your products or services in an Islamic country, then you should secure the HALAL Certificate to increase your company’s profit.
Standards Of HALAL Certification
Your company must meet the following criteria in order to be certified:
- To prepare technical files in coordination with your technical consultants as per HALAL requirements.
- To keep ready samples/ process flow charts, Raw Materials Specifications, Final Test Certificates etc.
- To Coordinate & test guide in arranging test Certificates, Technical Specifications, Documentation & File.
- To arrange, Coordinate & Communicate with HALAL auditor/s for Auditing, Testing Technical & Certification findings.
Systems Concern HALAL Certification: Consultancy And Assistance
Systems Concern can help you with the complete HALAL Certification process from documentation, implementation, training, internal audits, and the right certification body.