Halaal-Halal Companies, Products & Certifications


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Halaal-Halal Companies, Products & Certifications

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Halaal-Halal Companies, Products & Certifications are growing in numbers globally by the day. There are more and more products and companies certified to take a share of the growing halal market.

This website is to serve as a global directory of halaal or halal companies to network, present themselves and their products. Halal certification programs are performed to ensure that companies comply with the Islamic consumer code. This is to ensure that the products presented by companies adhere to the principles and recommendations of our belief. This way the consumer may buy products from certified companies with level of trust and confidence.

Halaal or Halal products are products which have been prepared in accordance with Muslim tradition or do not contain substances which are forbidden for Muslims to consume.

The forbidden or haraam (haram) pertains mainly to products derived from pork or to production processes which may alter the true nature of permissible products to render them impermissible. Some of these production processes may in some cases also render some of the forbidden substances used in end products to be allowed to consume since it has changed its chemical structure.

Muslims must also ensure that all foods (particularly processed foods), as well as non-food items like cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, are halal. Frequently, these products contain animal by-products or other ingredients that are not permissible for Muslims to eat or use on their bodies. Foods that are not considered halal for Muslims to consume include blood and intoxicants such as alcoholic beverages.

These and other subjects will be discussed and explained by experts in the field who will help the Muslim consumer make the right choices and stay away from forbidden and shady products.

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce estimates Halal foods consumer purchases global industry value of USD $1.1 trillion in 2013. This accounts for 16.6 per cent of the global food and beverage market with an annual growth of 6.9 percent. Growth regions include Indonesia ($197 million market value in 2012) and Turkey ($100 million). The European Union market for halal food has an estimated annual growth of around 15 percent worth an estimated $30 billion USD.

Halal Market Facts (EU):

  • A fast-growing Muslim population in Western Europe will create strong demand for halal goods and services across consumer industries. France, the UK and Germany will offer the strongest opportunities in the region, including food and drink, fashion clothing and tourism.
  • The halal food sector, already well-developed compared with other halal segments, will continue to offer the best potential, but we also expect fashion clothing, personal care and tourism/hospitality to gain momentum.
  • Nonetheless, several challenges remain, including the lack of a unified certification (which is weighing on consumer trust for halal products), the difficulties of catering to the diverse preferences of European Muslims, and the risk of backlash against halal products.
  • Source: agribusiness-insight.com
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  1. Abdul said on February 24, 2017 1:31 pm:

    SANHA provides Halaal Certification in Pakistan

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