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بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ
In the Name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

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Muslim Judicial Council Halaal Trust (Est. 1945)


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Any business wanting to provide their Muslim clients with the assurance that the food they purchase is halal and acceptable according to Islamic rules for consumption and use should have their business certified.  

Halal certification adds value to a product as it assists Muslims with making a decision on what products to buy. Modern food processing and globalised markets make it hard for Muslims to know how their food was produced and where it has come from. To get around this uncertainty, consumers who want to buy halal food need a system that checks whether products meet the requirements of being halal. 

In this sense, halal certification is similar to any type of food certification and audit system. Whether it be halal, kosher, gluten-free or organic, food certification services help consumers to make informed decisions about the food they eat. 

So having your product certified by a trusted and reputable certifier provides the Muslim consumer with peace of mind and contentment that whatever they consume has been approved as halal. With the global halal food trade market estimated at Billions of rands annually, Muslim markets provide a lucrative opportunity for companies wanting to trade locally as well as internationally.

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).