Halal Determinants and Validation
Identifying products as halal has adequate a process that involves proper quality control.
An authentic, certified halal mark is the ultimate determinant of a halal product but before an official mark is placed on an item, stringent measures are in place and further documentation is required from the firms, businesses and agencies involved in production and certification.
• A halal certificate is based on the assessment of all the stages and conditions involved in the pre-farm to fork process.
• Certification bodies look into the following:
• The product composition based on the report
• The method by which it is prepared, processed and packaged
• The tools and machines used in the process
• The hygiene and safety within the slaughterhouse and manufacturer premises
• The farms where the animals lived
• The halal certificate is an important requirement for accreditation bodies to license the halal mark.
• Used by the public in making halal choices, a halal mark is the most crucial determinant of Sharee’a-compliant products.
• In evaluating and ensuring the credibility of halal marks, accreditation bodies do the following:
• Monitors all the other entities involved in halal procedures
• Ensures halal standards are strictly enforced and properly applied
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Office 514, Business Avenue Building, Port Saeed Area,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates