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Halal Certification For food, herbal & cosmetics and other

Halal Certificate sample

Halal Certificate

In many Islamic countries, halal certification is given by the government. In India, FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) certification can be seen on almost all the processed foods but this authority doesn’t give halal certification in India.  Halal certification is given by many private companies in India which marks the food or products permissible for the followers of Islam. Important halal certification companies in India are.

Halal Certification In India

Some of the Halal Bodies in India are Providing Certification

  • Halal India Private Limited
  • Halal Certification Services India Private Limited
  • Jamiat Ulama-E-Maharashtra – a State unit of Jamiat Ulama-E-Hind
  • Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind Halal Trust

Types of Halal Certification

Based on the nature of the business/product, the type of Halal certification varies. Halal certification is not limited to only food produce. Non-alcohol beverage, raw materials needed in food processing, pharmaceutical and health care products, traditional herbal products, cosmetics and personal care products, cleaning products and daily consumable products can also obtain Halal Certificate.

  • Restaurant Scheme
  • Industrial Scheme
  • Food, Beverage and Catering Scheme
  • Abattoir Scheme
  • Warehouse and Storage Scheme
  • Product Endorsement Scheme

Pre – Requirements for Halal Certification

All processes of the product, starting from the raw material to the final product stage, comply with the Islamic criteria and humanitarian requirements in terms of origin, supply method and means, as well as supply source of all substances and additives present in the product composition,

Good manufacturing practices (GMP), Good Hygiene Practices (GHP) and HACCP requirements must be provided.

Both the production stages of the product, and all components takes place in the product composition, as well as the possible effects, which can occur when each component of the product composition gathers in the product, must carry the appropriate qualifications for the Islamic criteria, in terms of humanitarian requirements, health and cleanliness requirements, nutritional requirements.

How to get HALAL certification in India?

Stages in getting HALAL Certification in India

Halal certification Processing

There are 3 stages in getting HALAL Certification in India

1. Application  2. Audit  3. Certification

Application

Halal Certification must apply to one of the Certification Bodies.

Some of the Halal Bodies in India are listed below:

  • Halal India Private Limited
  • Halal Certification Services India Private Limited
  • Jamiat Ulama-E-Maharashtra – a State unit of Jamiat Ulama-E-Hind
  • Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind Halal Trust

Auditors

(usually one Shariah Auditor and one Technical Auditor) will visit the business for inspection like Documentation, Processing, handling and product distribution, Storage, display and product serving, Cleanliness, sanitary and food safety, The overall aspects of the premises, Tools, apparatus and machines, Packaging and labelling.

There are multiple sources through which a company can obtain Halal Certification. Here’s a general overview of the Halal Certification process for the producer.

Certification

Technical Committee will review the documents submitted by the business and the audit report submitted by the Auditors. If the audit report is satisfactory and the business and/or products satisfy the Halal certification criteria’s, then the Halal Certification Body issues the Halal Certificate.

Benefits of Halal Certification

  • Opportunities to tap a global Halal food market of about 2 billion people (Middle east , Asia Pacific ,EU,USA,LATAM,Central Asia)
  • Halal logo is an authoritative, independent and reliable testimony to support Halal food claims
  • 200% profit of greater market share: No loss of non-Muslim markets/clients
  • Enhance marketability of products in Muslim countries/markets
  • Small cost investment relative to multiple growth in revenues
  • Image boosts in meeting varied customer needs.
  • Improve the food preparation hygienic system
  • Improve the food quality into global standards

Halal Certification Sample

Halal Certificate sample

Above Information only for Knowledge Propose, There are many parameters have to check before applying for Halal. It is better to consult Halal certificate consultants.


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