WHAT IS HALAL CERTIFICATION?
Halal certification is a certification system that indicates that the food products you are buying are halal. There are two ways of certification, one is a certification based on religion, which is called “Sharia-based certification” and the other is a certification based on the product, which is called “food-based certification”. The Sharia-based certification is more common and it is used in countries such as U.A.E, Egypt, Surinam, and Turkey. The Halal Certification is a certification for food and beverages which is meant to assure consumers that the products are free from any material that is not allowed in Islam. The certification is administered by the Central Council for Research in Islamic Law. Certification is not a law, but it is a widely accepted standard. To get a certification, a product must be free from any material that is not allowed in Islam. The certification is administered by the Central Council for Research in Islamic Law. The certification is meant to ensure that the food or beverages are produced in a way that is ethically and religiously compliant.