Who Should Apply for Halal Certification?

Any adult person interested in halal certification may apply to the MJC Halaal Trust (MJCHT). Such a person is he/she who is involved, amongst other, in:

Animal husbandry, i.e. abattoirs, poultry plants (including ostriches), and any processing plants; butchery, deli’s and restaurants, etc.

Agricultural Produce, especially if producing any by-products thereof, like peanut butter, cooking oil, honey (that comes from the bee), etc.

Confectionaries and any outlet of its by-products, etc.

Natural produce, especially if producing any by-products thereof, like mineral flavoured water, “soft” drink beverages, energy drinks, juices, etc.

Pharmaceuticals, which include medicines, tablets, emulsions, surgical sponges, ointments, salves, jellies, suppositories, plasma substitute for medicines, dietary/health supplements, syrups, etc.

Health Care, which includes nutrition and all by-products, equipment, tools, and facilities, etc.

Cosmetics, such as skin cream, lipstick and nail polish, perfumery, essential oils, etc.

Any other types of business whose owners wish to obtain halal certification for it.

 

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Any person who does not wish to comply and implement all the requirements and conditions for halal certification.

Any facility/plant or premises in which pig husbandry and any of its by-products are produced and/or processed, stored or sold.

Any facility/plant or premises in which alcoholic beverages are produced and/or processed, like wineries and its by-products (and does not wish to comply and implement all the requirements and conditions for halal certification).

Any facility/plant or premises in which non-halal consumables are produced and/or processed (and does not wish to comply and implement all the requirements and conditions for halal certification).

Any entertainment place, premises or facility that is non-halal and offensive to Islam (and does not wish to comply and implement all the requirements and conditions for halal certification).

Any eatery that serves or sells both non-halal (like pork and wine) and halal on the same premises (and does not wish to comply and implement all the requirements and conditions for halal certification).