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    Food That Meets With Muslim Law

    What is Halal?

    Halal is an Arabic word that means lawful or permitted by God. In terms of foods, it is a standard that is designed to deal with food-related items to ensure the manufacturing of items is according to guidelines prescribed in the Quran. The Contrary of Halal is Haram which means, forbidden by Allah. Halal and haram are terms that apply to all usable items such as food products, meat products, cosmetics, personal care products, pharmaceuticals, food ingredients, and food contact materials.

    Halal Certifications:

    Halal certified means that the product is approved as halal by a reliable Islamic accreditation body. Halal certification requires a series of steps that keep an eye on the process of ingredient verification, inspection audits, and approvals.

    Who needs halal certifications?

    The halal certification is a document that assures that products and services are based on Islamic guidelines. Products must be acceptable for consumption in both Islamic and western countries.

    Benefits of Halal Certifications:

          The certifications ensure the halal complaisance of raw material used in processing.

           Emphasize the growth of new market and customer segments.

           The certification makes your products and services acceptable for the national and international market.

            Make your impact reliable and build up your image in your contemporaries

            Build customers trust and increase their satisfaction with your organization.

            To build customers confidence in your product that the product they are purchasing is according to halal standards.

    Competitive advantage:

    Manufacturers can use this certification to target a bigger market. It can enhance your marketability of a product which results in increasing bossiness profit. 

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