Halal certification applies to the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical sectors and attests that a product is manufactured in full compliance with the precepts of Islamic Law, that it does not include any “forbidden” components, and has in no way been in contact with any substances or objects considered “impure”.
This certification serves to:
The Halal certification requirements are:
The Halal Logo helps distinguish the products conforming to the Islamic religion dictates in an instant - a simple and safe way to attract the attention and benefit consumers in different target markets.
The certification procedure consists of:
The control and audit activities are carried out by audit teams made up of experienced experts in the certification of the specific sector and experts in Islamic law.
RINA and the European Muslims League (EML) have joined their respective skills to develop the Halal Certification Programme to provide a service comprising reliable and efficient evaluation methods and techniques that respond to the requirements of Islam.
What are the foods forbidden by Islamic law?
What is the origin of the term ‘Halal’?
The Arabic term Halal means “appropriate”, “permitted”, thus understood as something permitted by the Islamic law and doctrine.