About HALAL Certification


  • Muslims commonly use two terms to describe every subject as Halal or Haraam. Halal is a Arabic word which means permitted, lawful with respect to which no restriction exists, and the doing and consuming of which the Law-giver, Allah has allowed.
  • Haram means the opposite-unlawful or forbidden that which the Lawgiver absolutely prohibited; anyone who engages in it is liable to incur the punishment of Allah in the Hereafter as well as a legal punishment in this world.
  • Halal and haram are universal terms that apply to all facets of life. However, we use these terms only in relation to food products, meat products, cosmetics, personal care products, food ingredients, and food contact materials.
  • The objective of the legislation HALAL is to ensure that products and services offered by an organization, to customers of Islamic practice, meet the conditions required by Islamic law.


  • It is estimated that 70% of 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide follow Halal food standards, and that the global Halal market is currently estimated USD $600 billion.
  • Today, Halal trademark is an important marketing tool in the international arena particularly if the product is aimed at penetrating Muslim countries. Muslim consumers will have greater confidence in purchasing such products without questioning its authenticity.
  • Producers who do not have the Halal certification would lose a large segment of potential customers from around the world. In addition, the Halal certification is also required by an importer to the country.
  • Enhance marketability of products in Muslim countries/markets
  • Small cost investment relative to multiple growth in revenues.
  • Improve the food preparation hygienic system & food quality into global standards.