The unique Muslim lifestyle consumer drivers are centered on Halal food, family friendly environment, religious practices accommodation, and other areas. While this is a large travel segment-very few hotels, airlines and tourism destinations moved to meet demand.
The certification of Halal Council of India is acceptable to the importers, suppliers and the Muslim consumers at large due to its high reputation and religious credibility and integrity. We are committed to achieve excellence in consultation, issuing Halal compliance certification, independent auditing and monitoring systems. Thus, in order to promote the Halal culture and streamline, unify and standardize Halal certification procedure and operation in India, Halal Council of India was established in 2012 in Mumbai, the financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India. Our parent company Blossom Media is India’s only media, research advisory and consultancy firm on emerging Muslim consumer market. Blossom Media is the publisher of India’s only Muslim Lifestyle Magazine ‘Muallim’ circulated worldwide. We were the official research partner of US based Dinar Standard & Singapore based Crescent Rating for their joint study on ‘Global Muslim Lifestyle Travel Market 2012 : Landscape & Consumer Needs Study’.
To help people giving them healthy and hygienic food to have and to lead a better life. To examine, certify and regulate all food and consumer products and survives in an efficient and effective manner. To train individuals, who may be able to inspect the product as per norms laid down before issuing certificate by the HCI. To promote export and consumption of Halal products throughout world. To work for protection and safety of environment with due regard to right to survival to all living beings and to prevent cruelty to animals.
Halal is a term from the Quran that means “permitted” or “lawful”. Therefore, in relation to food, Halal is used for food and other consumables that are permissible for consumption and used by Muslims, based on Islamic law, the Shariah. Halal promotes cleanliness in all aspects of a person and halal foods ensure that food consumed by a person in their daily lives are clean, hygienic and not detrimental to their health or well-being. Having a halal certification ensures that the food product is deemed safe for consumption and with rising awareness about Halal foods, more and more businesses are seeking Halal Certification for their products, premises, restaurants, etc., In this article, we look at the procedure for obtaining Halal Certification in India.
If you want to be part of Halal market, let us join hands with us and Get your product Halal certified at lowest cost. We provide Halal certification at lowest cost. If you are looking for affordable Halal Certification in India, then you are at right place. It is frequently asked what is cost of getting Halal food certification or cost of getting Halal certificate. It depends lot of things about complexities of products, production process involved number of units needs to be Halal certified apart from number of product. Halal certification service includes Halal Supervision also. As per Halal practices a product need Halal certificate can be certified if it’s also supported by appropriate supervision, sometime this supervision may be just frequent and sometime regular on continuous basis Further ingredients used in product which need Halal certificate, also should be Halal certified than only it can be accepted as right ingredients which can be used in production process. Halal certificate is issued at manufacturing stage it cannot be granted for just repacking.
Procedure For Halal Certification
Step 1: Application:- The business wishing to obtain Halal Certification must apply to one of the Certification Bodies. It is important for the business to be aware of Halal Certification requirements at this stage and ensure that it is compliant with Halal requirements, Halal systems requirements and Halal staffing requirements.
Step 2: Audit:- Once the application information is verified, Auditors (usually one Shariah Auditor and one Technical Auditor) will visit the business for inspection. The Auditors will verify if the areas are acceptable for Halal Certification.
During the audit, the business might have to provide criteria of acceptance of raw materials (ingredients), certificate of analysis and Halal certificate of individual ingredient. Once, the audit is completed, an audit report will be prepared and signed by both parties.
Step 3: Certification:-Once the Halal audit is complete, a Technical Committee will review the documents submitted by the business and the audit report submitted by the Auditors. If the audit report is satisfactory and the business and/or products satisfy the Halal certification criteria’s, then the Halal Certification Body issues the Halal Certificate.
Qus:-What is the difference between halal and halal certified?
Halal is an Arabic word that means permissible. A Halal certified product means that the product is permissible or acceptable in accordance with Islamic law. Similarly, products can also be Kosher certified, which gives Jewish consumers the same piece of mind.
Qus:-Is KFC halal in India?
Chicken used by KFC is procured from big suppliers and highest safety standards are maintained, and due to safety and sentimental reasons all the suppliers are halal certified , so there is no doubt that KFC chicken served in India is Halal.
Qus:-Why do we need halal?
In draining the blood from the animal, the halal method ensures the purity of the meat that you eventually consume. Importantly, it also means that there is no uric acid in the meat. Uric acid can cause issues with your kidneys, skin, and blood. Non-halal meat often contains this acid, particularly in poultry.
Qus:-What is Halal earning in Islam?
Earning Halal income is a part of worship. Allah has promised to reward for earning Halal Income. They believe that they can earn some money through haram activities and Allah will forgive them when they spend some portion of the income on social welfare of people.