What is Halal Certificate (Certificate)?
Halal certificate is a certificate given to products prepared in accordance with Islamic rules (in accordance with Shafi, Mailiki, Hanbali and Hanafi sects). Halal certificate is an international certificate given to products that are not prohibited according to the religion of Islam. Benefits of Halal Certification (Certification) Halal certification (certification) provides the following benefits to both producers and consumers;
1. Conscientious Responsibility: Producers have the opportunity to supply their products to the market with peace of mind by having their products inspected according to Islamic rules.
2. Consumer Confidence: Certification provides consumers with the opportunity to make an informed and reliable choice in line with their preferences. At the same time, with a continuous control mechanism, consumers can safely consume the products they buy in Islamic terms. Halal certification provides an impartial expert service that inspects products, additives, preparation and processing methods, cleaning and health conditions, within strict safety rules.
3. Export and Competition: Halal food industry has been increasing its importance in the global market recently. Companies that receive halal certification will be able to supply their products to the global halal food market and increase their competitiveness. Halal certification enables the product and manufacturer to be recognized and promoted within Global Islam.
4. Quality: This certificate indicates that the food product not only complies with Islamic requirements, but also that food safety and hygiene practices are strictly applied in the production of this product.
Halal Food Certification (Certification) Process
Making a Halal Certificate application to the certification company in writing or online.
Reviewing the product types within the scope of the halal certificate and the ingredient information it contains, together with the certification company.
Inspection and approval of the facility under the halal standard (This part includes review of production equipment, auditing of ingredients involved, cleaning procedures, sanitation and risk of cross contamination).
For slaughterhouses; inspection and review of the areas where animals are kept, the method of stunning, the correct slaughter, what to do before and after slaughter, etc.
Determining and contracting the cost and fee content required for halal certification.
Payment of costs and fees.
Preparation of halal certificate (certificate) if deemed appropriate
As Turkuaz Inspection, we complete the HALAL Certification procedures by our Food Engineers, who are experts in their fields, and provide services to the relevant companies. CONTACT US.