What is Halal Certification?
Halal certification is a process that verifies the compliance of food services with Islamic dietary laws as prescribed in the Quran. In essence, “halal” translates to permissible in Arabic, and the certification ensures that items meet the strict dietary requirements outlined in Islamic teachings. The certification process involves rigorous inspections, audits, and assessments by qualified Islamic scholars or certifying bodies. It encompasses various aspects, such as the sourcing, preparation, and handling of food, as well as the cleanliness and hygiene of facilities. Halal certification assures Muslim consumers that the products they purchase and consume adhere to the principles of Islamic law, providing them with confidence in the ethical and religious integrity of their choices.