The Demand For Halal Certification
This demand for Halal Certification is not only coming from Muslim communities but from non-Muslim as well. Because of it's rigorous production standards, non-Muslim consumers are beginning to see Halal food products as healthy and animal-friendly.
Halal Certification Process
In order to fulfill the demand of the global Muslim community, all consumables should be prepared, processed, packed, transported and stored in accordance with Islamic principles. According to Islamic dietary standards, food must not contain forbidden substances and ingredients such as pork meat, blood, alcohol, and other intoxicants. <a href="http://hbnu.org/">HBNU</a>
Food audits are conducted by experienced food auditors from TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certification that ensures all protocols of food safety and food hygiene are followed according to Islamic law.
Which Halal Accreditation Is Implemented By TUV Austria Bureau Of Inspection & Certification
The Halal Standard which TUV is following has been developed in Pakistan to ensure full compliance to Islamic dietary laws i.e. PS 3733:2016. It covers not only the issues related to Slaughtering / Zabiha, but also considers the issues related to Halal ingredients & GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices). TUV Austria BIC is the go-to brand name in Pakistan food industry when it comes to food safety standards and halal food accreditations.
Because of its work ethic, industry experience and a highly trained and experienced team of halal food experts, halal food certification from TUV Austria BIC is the most sought after in Pakistan.
Benefits Of Halal Food Certification
Halal certification assures Muslim customers that the food served is Halal and is in accordance with Islamic Law.
Halal food certification ensures that the restaurant is hygienic and sanitary.
It's process follows very stringent food safety rules making it popular amongst non-Muslim customers
It fulfills regulatory requirements for food exports.
It significantly enhances the marketability of your products.
TUV Austria Bureau of Inspection & Certifications’ Halal symbol can open new marketing avenues never before accessed. The need to have confidence in the compliance to Islamic dietary laws is critical and therefore the Halal Certification along with TUV Austria’s logo makes it an essential and credible combination. <a href="http://etaaps.org/">eTaaps Directory</a>
Halal Food Certification Faqs
What is halal food?
Halal is an Arabic word meaning “permitted” or “allowed". In terms of food, halal is the dietary standard of Muslims. All pure and clean things are considered halal except for
Animals not slaughtered according to Islamic way or dead before slaughtering
Animals killed in the name of anyone other than ALLAH.
Pork and any food by-products
Alcohol and intoxicants and any food by-products
Blood and blood by-products
Foods contaminated with any of the above