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Category: Halal Integrity

$4.3m Halal poultry project in Armm yet to start

| 18/09/2007 | Reply
$4.3m Halal poultry project in Armm yet to start

The establishment of the P200 million poultry
project in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao hinges on the
region’s readiness to issue certification compliant with Malaysian
standards. This project, under the BIMP-EAGA programme, has been threatening to get off the ground for years. It appears that the latest hitch is getting JAKIM to approve their certification process, something that may take a while…

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Janan Meats Halal success

| 16/09/2007 | Reply
Janan Meats Halal success

This is an example of a Halal company being given a ‘Certificate of Recognition’ by an independent international auditing company which has used a Halal standard set out by the UK Halal Corporation compatible with the BRC Global Standard.



More and more these big companies will get involved in the auditing of these Halal firms to give them international credibility above their local Halal certification.

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A Fatwa on Stunning

| 06/08/2007 | Reply
A Fatwa on Stunning

The question of stunning is coming under the spotlight again, (see the articles about the call to review Halal slaughter procedures in Australia). Here is a Fatwa from the Islamic Fiqh Council affiliated to the Muslim World League on the question as to whether it is permissible to eat meat from animals which have been stunned before slaughter.

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Halal and Kosher Standards – Please!

| 03/08/2007 | Reply
Halal and Kosher Standards – Please!

A coherent and well-informed article from International Food Ingredients magazine will comments and opinions from many market stakeholders. The view that Halal and Kosher are well on the way to being standard operating procedures for market compliance and access is increasingly widely held. The call for standards and professional service goes on!

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Deciphering markets’ new eco-friendly labels

| 28/07/2007 | Reply
Deciphering markets’ new eco-friendly labels

Efforts
to go green are becoming more and more widespread, and one place that’s
evident is on supermarket and department store shelves. Nowadays,
labels on foods and other household products often display seals and
certifications vouching for their eco-friendliness, but what do those
emblems mean and which ones can you trust?

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ISO standard set for food traceability

| 28/07/2007 | Reply
ISO standard set for food traceability

A new international
standard has been set for traceability along the food chain, setting
out a complete system under which processors can get certification. This will begin to have resonance within the Halal industry supply chain in the not-too-distant future.

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