Food Safety – Islamic Law
Halal is an Arabic word meaning lawful or permitted. In reference to food, it is the dietary standard, as prescribed in the Qur’an (the Muslim scripture). The opposite of halal is haram, which means unlawful or prohibited. Halal and haram are universal terms that apply to all facets of life. These terms are commonly used in relation to food products, meat products, cosmetics, personal care products, pharmaceuticals, food ingredients, and food contact materials. While many things are clearly halal or haram, there are some things which are not clear. Further information is needed to categorise them as halal or haram. Such items are often referred to as mashbooh, which means doubtful or questionable.
- Care of animal
- Health Benefits
- It helps to improve the revenue of café and restaurant to the halal customers. Along with this certificate will helps to enhance the marketability of the business.
- Based on the confirmation of Muslim people, the product provided is halal. The Muslims only eat halal food as per Islamic Law.
- With the help of the halal certificate, you can improve the business sale and achieve your business goal.
- This certificate assures customers that the product served is hygienic, healthy as well as halal procedure. It allows people to buy high-quality food products
- The slaughter of the processed animal must be made following the Quran rules
- The product should not contain any form of pork meat (according to the dietary rules, the use of pork meat at any step of the preparation of halal food is forbidden)
- In most of the case, the use of alcohol (even as cleaning agent) is also problematic.