Halal Certification

Halal is an Arabic word meaning legal or allowable. In reference to food, it is the dietary standard, as prescribed in the Koran.

Halal certification applies to the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical sectors and attests that a product is manufactured in full compliance with the rules of Islamic Law, that it does not include any “forbidden” machineries, and has in no way been in contact with any substances or objects considered “impure”.

This certification serves to:

  • Guarantee Islamic consumers that their religious rules have been respected
  • Confirm a high level of cleanliness and safety of the product
  • Reply to the growing demand for Halal products on the Italian and global markets.

Halal product certification system also includes testing and examination activities. The CB offering halal certification may subcontract the testing or inspection activity to another party. However, it is essential for the CB to confirm the sub-contracted body or person is capable and complies with stipulated necessities relevant to testing, inspection or other technical activities.

Benefits of Halal Certification

  • Promise clients that the food served is Halal and healthy and the premise's hygiene and hygiene processes are in top-notch.
  • If preparation to export, the Halal certificate will support to assure Halal consumers in importing countries.
  • As an authorization for Muslim clients that the food served is Halal and is in accordance with Islamic Law.
  • Growth a restaurant's revenue and improve its marketability especially to Halal consumers.
  • Widen the range of clients by attracting Muslim customers and non-Muslim who are Halal consumers.