Halal certification

The Halal certification applied in the food and cosmetic industries confirms that the product was manufactured in accordance with the requirements of Islamic Jurisprudence, that is, it does not contain a "forbidden" component and has never come into contact with everything it considers "impure".

Advantages of  HALAL certification:

Benefits for consumers:

  • Ensures safety of life and property.
  • Provides easy comparison and selection.
  • Prevents misleading in terms of price and quality.
  • Protects mental health (religious aspect)

Manufacturer Benefits:

  • Promotes products to be "halal" and hygienic
  • Reduces costs
  • Provides excellence in export and import
  • Increases consumer confidence perception
  • Promotes the creation and development of sub-industry branches
  • Improves competition

List of products to be certified by HALAL

  1. Meat and meat products
  2. Milk and dairy products
  3. Eggs and egg products
  4. Cereal and Grain Products
  5. Vegetable and animal fats
  6. Fruits and vegetables
  7. Sugar and pastry
  8. Soft drinks
  9. Bee Honey
  10. Packaging materials
  11. Food and food complexes
  12. Fish and fish products
  13. Drinking water