Halal Certification

Halal is an Arabic term meaning “lawful or permissible” and it does not only encompass food and drink, but many matters of daily life. When it comes to Halal food, most people think of meat products. However, the term “Halal” covers food products in general and especially processed food products . The term also refers to pharmaceuticals and a range of products.
The market for Halal products is growing rapidly and exerts great influence on the general public worldwide, covering a wide range of edible and non-edible products, which concern many productive and non-productive sectors of the global economy. Such indicative sectors are pharmaceuticals, logistics, tourism, food and catering, cosmetics, healthcare and many other consumer and non-consumer products.

A Halal certification system is based on the following principles:

  • Corporate vision and responsibility
  • Hygiene system
  • Traceability of product from the first stage of production / processing to consumer’s table
  • Risk assessment
  • Marking
  • Continuous monitoring and improvement

These principles apply to all international standards on food safety, thus enabling an organization to be certified at the same time for all of them.

A Halal products/services chain certified by recognized and Accredited Halal Certification Bodies will support local and export markets for the producers of all types of food in Muslim & non-Muslim communities in Asia, the Middle East and worldwide.

The market demand for Halal compliant products is growing constantly worldwide and the Halal mark gives businesses from different sectors several benefits and advantages:

  • Easy access when exporting to Muslim countries (OIC Countries).
  • Avoid losing Muslim consumers.
  • Halal requires safety and hygiene which is important to third party.
  • Competitive advantage and bigger market share.
Listing your company and brands in Global Halal list.
  • Displays a responsibility and a credible commitment of the organization with the conditions required by Islamic law and regulations.
  • Ensures customers that your product is in accordance with the requirements of the Islamic practice and service.

In order to check the compliance as required by Islam, the general parameters of conformity assessment are the same i.e., Standards, Auditing, Certification and Accreditation. The element that gives added value to this system is the compliance with the parameters of the Shariah (sacred Muslim law) and lends credibility to every activity and Muslims worldwide.

BQC in exclusive partnership with Accredited Certification Body is able to offer Accredited Certification in the following categories:

Islamic Halal Zabiha (Shariah compliant slaughter) including Beaf (cows & buffalos), Mutton (goat & sheep), poultry & chicken.

Food products, ingredients for food products, food snacks, sea food and dairy products and Non-edible products such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other consumables

Restaurants, Hotels, Canteens, Hostels, Food chains, Catering companies, Airlines, Railway companies, Hospitals etc.

  • Abattoir:

Islamic Halal Zabiha (Shariah compliant slaughter) including Beaf (cows & buffalos), Mutton (goat & sheep), poultry & chicken.

  • Edible & non-edible Products:

Food products, ingredients for food products, food snacks, sea food and dairy products and Non-edible products such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other consumables.

  • Food Premises:

Restaurants, Hotels, Canteens, Hostels, Food chains, Catering companies, Airlines, Railway companies, Hospitals etc.

If you are interested in getting a financial offer for the certification of your organization with the most competitive terms, please fill in the questionnaire you may find attached.

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