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What is Halal

What is Halal

Halal is an Arabi word meaning “lawful” or say permissible as per Islamic law ( Shariah). Halal is particularly associated with Islamic dietary laws. The opposite of Halal is Haram which means unlawful or prohibited. The words halal and haram are the usual terms used in the holy Quran to designate the categories of lawful or allowed and unlawful or forbidden. Muslims must also ensure that foods (particularly processed foods), as well as non-food items like cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, are halal. Frequently, these products contain animal by-products or other ingredients that are not permissible for Muslims to eat or use on their bodies. Foods which are not considered halal for Muslims to consume include blood and intoxicants such as alcoholic beverages

Mashbooh(Doubtful Items)

Halal certification is a belief that the products are allowed under Islamic law. These products are food, potable or usable by the Muslims. Global Islamic Shariah Services one of the organization who helps in making the confidence of the halal consumer without the doubt or doubt of the consumption of food products in restaurants, hotels or medicines and vitamins. It is an authoritative and trustworthy evidence to support the claim of food manufacturers that their products have fulfilled the strict halal requirement by Shariah law. Certified Halal food products are not only domestically accepted but are also marketable for halal consumers around the world. This opens an opportunity for export markets in particular in countries which do not allow the sale of non-halal food products. Apart from this, halal products are not only welcomed by Muslim consumers but, along with non-Muslim consumers, halal certificates represent high levels of hygiene, cleanliness, safety, nutrition and strictly as per the requirements of Islamic diet law. is produced. 70% of 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide adhere to the halal food standards, and the global halal market is currently estimated at 600 billion US dollars. Today, Halal Trademark is an important marketing tool in the international arena, especially if the product is the goal of entering Muslim countries. Muslim consumers will have more confidence in buying such products without questioning their authenticity. Manufacturers who do not have Halal certification, they will lose a large segment of potential customers from all over the world. Apart from this, halal certification is also required by an importer in the country.

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