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Looking for information on what Halal means for you? Or are you interested knowing the difference between Halal and Kosher or Halal and Zabiha? Click here for specifics about Halal and general information about Islam. Learn more


Are you committed to consuming Shariah compliant products for your family? Do you want to know if a favorite product or ingredient is Halal? If it is not Halal certified do you know how to recommend certification to the product’s producer? is committed to helping you get the answers you are looking for.

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Are your products Halal certified? If not, your products are not reaching millions of consumers. Additionally, there are over a billion consumers of Halal products in emerging markets worldwide. Successful Halal certification will help you enter growing global markets and access consumers who are anxious to purchase your Halal compliant products.

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Halal International Certification Organization (muslim halal) has a very clear mission of offering a concrete answer to the needs of a globally integrated Halal market, in order to apply uniform quality standards on an international level, in certification and then in market control. The choice to set up an independent, non-governmental authority is the result of a vast experience gained in the Halal context.-
Halal International Certification Organization (muslim halal), in fact, not only deals with the issue of Halal certification, but also with the development, monitoring and promotion of the global Halal market. Other important goals are to organize social and cultural activities and initiatives aimed at urging the protection of Muslim consumers and assuring Islamic legal and technical training of all operators in the Halal market, including Government Agencies, Public Administrations, manufacturers, trade associations, Trading Companies & Advisors.-
Halal International Certification Organization (muslim halal) has been working all over the field constantly and aims at achieving a truly strategic end: to clarify in a definitive way, the issue of Halal certification that may still be ambiguous or cloudy in various parts of the world. Yet, despite the efforts made so far, it is not rare to find inconsistencies and irregularities in the systems of certifications issued by entities that often lack an official international accreditation.-
For this reason, Halal International Certification Organization (muslim halal) wants to build an integrated system that has, as its starting point, a fluid and efficient mechanism of communication among operators in different sectors of the Halal market and then create a protocol able to standardize the Halal certification procedures transversely along the entire supply chain, from raw materials to the complex system of imports, without neglecting any link in the complex chains of the other sectors......-