What is Halal Certification?
The Halal Certification is a Quality Certification that made in order to certifies the products, whether they are food, chemical, pharmaceutical or cosmetic, comply with the ethical-religious norms of the Islamic Sharia, and are therefore responsive with the Muslim life (final consumer).
Quite the opposite of what many think The the Halal Certification is not only as many think, useful only for exporting products to countries the with Islamic majority, but also it has undoubtedly becomein fact, oday, Halal products are marketable worldwide for all products.
The process to get theis as the following
Halal Certification Bodies
In order to verify the conduct of the certification bodies, there are controlling bodies that verify that the work and it’s results in accordance with the Halal standard references, accredits the certification body and supervises it’s work over the time.
The accreditation of the Halal certification bodies is a formal declaration, which attests that the specific certification body is competent to certify Halal products or services, in particular for international exportation. Mutual recognition agreements exist between the various certification bodies and the various accreditation bodies, to ensure the recognition and validity of the certifications issued, generally in different countries, through various accreditations. This is the fundamental reason why a certification body with a large number of accreditations provides guarantees in favor of the value and international character of the Halal Certificate issued by the same.
In conclusion, the reliability of the Halal certification body directly reflects the value of the product and / or service and the legitimacy of the export of the latter around the world, however this value is not intrinsic but strictly established by the accreditations recognized for the certification body.