Halal Certification for food products
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If you’re a business looking to market your products and services to Muslim consumers, obtaining a Halal Certificate can be a crucial step. A Halal Certificate indicates that your products and services are permissible under Islamic Law and are suitable for consumption by Muslims.
At Financial Tree Company, we offer a Halal Certificate Service to help businesses obtain Halal Certification for their products and services. Our team of experts can guide you through the certification process and ensure that your products and services meet the requirements for Halal Certification.
Obtaining a Halal Certificate in India can help businesses expand their reach, build consumer trust and confidence, comply with regulatory requirements, gain a competitive advantage, and tap into a growing market of Muslim consumers.
Halal Certification is predominantly obtained for food and food-related products, and it is essential in Islamic countries. The term “Halal” is derived from the Quran, which means “permitted” or “lawful.” Therefore, according to Islamic law, the Shariah, the Certification is used for Food and other consumables permissible for consumption. Halal Certification emphasizes cleanliness in all aspects of a person’s life, and Halal foods ensure that the Food consumed by individuals is clean, hygienic, and does not harm their health or well-being. The Certification guarantees that the food product is safe for consumption. With the increasing awareness of Halal foods, more businesses are seeking Halal Certification for their products, restaurants, premises, etc.
Halal Certification in India
In India, a Halal Certificate is a document issued by a Halal certification body or authority confirming that a product or service complies with Islamic dietary laws and guidelines and is permissible or “Halal” for consumption by Muslims.
Halal Certification in India is significant for food and beverage products, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products. Still, it can also apply to other non-food products or services. Businesses seeking Halal Certification in India must comply with the relevant standards and guidelines set forth by the certification body or authority and undergo a rigorous inspection and audit process to ensure compliance.
Types of Halal Certification
The type of Halal Certification varies depending on the nature of the business. Typically, restaurants, hotels, slaughterhouses, and packaging and labeling materials seek Halal Certification to ensure they meet the requirements of Muslim consumers. However, Halal Certification is not limited to food production alone. Other products, such as non-alcoholic beverages, raw materials for food processing, pharmaceutical and healthcare products, traditional herbal products, cosmetics, personal care products, cleaning products, and everyday consumer goods, can also obtain Halal Certification.
Halal Certification Bodies offer Certification under various schemes, including the Food, and Catering Scheme, Restaurant Scheme, Industrial Scheme, Abattoir Scheme, Warehouse or Storage Scheme, and Product Endorsement Scheme.
Advantages of expanding your business, the Halal way
The benefits of obtaining a Halal Certificate in India are numerous. Here are some of the key benefits:
Validity of Halal Certificate
The validity of a Halal Certificate typically lasts for one year. Still, it is subject to certain conditions and may be revoked if the product or process no longer meets the Halal Certification requirements.
Requirements of Halal Certificate
To obtain a Halal Certificate in India, businesses must ensure that their products and manufacturing processes meet Halal requirements, obtain Certification from a recognized certification body registered with the Halal Board of India, and comply with all relevant laws and regulations related to Halal Certification.
Halal Certification Procedure
The procedure to obtain Halal Certification in India is as follows:
Step 1: Application
The business wishing to obtain Halgettification must apply to one of the Certification Bodies. At Financial Tree Company, we help businesses understand the requirements for obtaining Halal Certification and provide guidance on the application process.
Step 2: Conducting the Audit
After the business has submitted its application, a team of auditors (typically one Shariah Auditor and one Technical Auditor) will conduct an on-site inspection of the business’s operations. The auditors will review and assess the following areas to ensure that they meet the requirements for Halal Certification:
During the audit, the business may need to provide criteria for accepting raw materials, a certificate of analysis, and a Halal certificate for individual components. Once the audit is completed, the audit report is to be signed.
Step 3: Certification
After the audit, the Halal Certification Body’s Technical Committee will review the audit report and other relevant documents the business provides. If the auditors’ report is satisfactory, and the company and its products meet the Halal certification criteria, the Halal Certification Body will issue the Halal Certificate. The certificate will include detail such as the name and address of the business, the scope of the Certification, and the validity period.
Financial Tree Company can provide comprehensive services to businesses seeking Halal Certification, from consultation to document preparation, audit assistance, and certification support.