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Haji Saifol Haji Bahli Training Manager Halal Integrity, HDC Malaysia The First Gulf Conference on Halal Industry and its Services 24-26 January 2011 Holiday Inn Hotel, Al-Salmiyah, State of Kuwait

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Introduction Halal Certification Requirements Halal Audit Process & Procedures Summary

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• Halal Certification is becoming more relevant in today's market mainly because people are more aware of the Halal concept. • It is not just about religious related matters but it extends to the products or services being deemed safe for consumption as well as have health benefits - Halalan Thoyyiban which means quality and wholesome.

THE HALAL INDUSTRY • Great potential for industries in developing and promoting the Halal products and services for global market. • Halal products and services are also gaining increasing acceptability among non-Muslims. • Created interest among food producing countries, Muslim and non-Muslim • The global value for trade of Halal foods and non-food products is estimated at $2.1 trillion annually.

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DRIVING FACTORS FOR GLOBAL HALAL INDUSTRY • Growth in Muslim population – create more demand • Rising incomes among Muslim consumers created more purchase • A choice for Muslims to consume Halal products • Increasing demand for Halal products spur more R&D • Most pharmaceuticals marketed are not Halal and has spurred demand for genuine Halal products, hence need Halal certification from competent authority

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HALAL CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

WHY HALAL CERTIFICATION? • Confirm that the ingredients used in a product are Halal certified and the premise is free from haram or non-Halal products • Facilitate global trade of Halal products • Maintain Halal Integrity from farm to table • To prevent consumer fraud in the preparation, distribution & sale of Halal food • Very important in multi religious countries • Authenticity of Halal food

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BEST HALAL SYSTEM? Most Probable Criteria: 1.Benefits 2.Halal Standards 3.Halal audit process & procedures 4.Competent personnel 5.Operational facilities 6.Legal support 7.Research & Development

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BENEFITS Benefit to Consumers: • The Halal logo is an instant recognition that a product has undergone stringent processes before being certified as safe for consumption. • If Halal products are exported to other countries, it will automatically be the first choice for Muslim consumers as they are obliged to consume only Halal food.

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BENEFITS

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HALAL STANDARDS • Practical guidelines for the industry on the preparation and handling of Halal products and services and to serve as a basic requirement for trade or business in the country.

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SAMPLES OF MALAYSIA’S HALAL STANDARDS • MS 1500:2009 (SECOND REVISION) THE HALAL FOOD STANDARD • MS 2200:2008 (FIRST REVISION) THE HALAL COSMETIC STANDARD • MS 2400:2010 (FIRST REVISION) THE HALAL LOGISTIC STANDARD • MS 1480:2007 FOOD SAFETY (HACCP) • MS 1514:2001 FOOD HYGIENE

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HALAL AUDIT PROCESS & PROCEDURES

HALAL AUDIT PROCESS & PROCEDURES HALAL AUDIT: • Refers to the examination of products processes in its preparation, cleaning, processing, handling ,disinfection, storage, transportation and management practices. • Concept of Halal food from farm to table

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COMPETENT PERSONNEL 3 MAIN COMPONENTS: 1. Academic - Shariah/Technical/Legal(prosecution) 2. Stage of Processes - Halal audit - Approval panel (scholars) - Monitoring & enforcement - Research & development 3. Integrity

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SAMPLE OF MALAYSIA’S HALAL AUDIT PROCEDURE • Guidelines for auditors and manufacturer of Halal products and consumer goods with the aim to clarify requirement to be complied to in order to obtain Halal certification • Covers application procedure, inspection, monitoring and