Halal Certification

Halal Certification is recognition that the products are permissible under Islamic law. These products are thus edible, drinkable or usable by Muslims. Halal Certification from Halal Trust an oldest established Islamic organization helps to build Halal consumer's confidence without suspicion or doubt over the consumption of the food products in restaurants, Hotels or in the form of medicines and vitamins. It is an authoritative and reliable testimony to support food manufacturers' claim that their products have met strict Halal requirement by the Shariah Law.

Halal and haram are universal terms that apply to all facets of life. However, we use these terms only in relation to food products, meat products, cosmetics, personal care products, food ingredients, and food contact materials. There are some things which are not clear are considered questionable or suspect and more information is needed to categorize them as Halal or Haram. If a muslim consumes Haram foods and materials, he would be sinful.

Halal food certifiers and others in the Australian Muslim community have rejected these claims, and those who make them are yet to produce any evidence. But a lack of transparency from certifiers, along with a fragmented marketplace and confusion over what the halal certification process involves, creates a climate of uncertainty for anti-halal campaigners and Muslim consumers alike.

  • As a confirmation for Muslim customers that the food served is Halal and is in accordance with Islamic Law.
  • Assure customers that the food served is Halal and healthy and the premise's hygiene and sanitation procedures are in top-notch.
  • Widen the range of customers by attracting Muslim customers and non-Muslim who are Halal consumers.
  • Increase a restaurant's revenue and enhance its marketability especially to Halal consumers.
  • If planning to export, the Halal certificate will help to assure Halal consumers in importing countries.