halal food outreach to the global community

working to improve halal traceability process in food industry utilising blockchain technology

Building human capability to ensure halal chain compliance

The people component is a fundamental piece of the compliance puzzle, in not only meeting the regulatory and certification requirements of Halal but also establishing the respectful practice of all stakeholders needed to maintain trust within the system.

View on halal certification by small industry stakeholders’

Findings suggest that the businesses view halal certification as an inessential aspect for selling their products. Also, due to the complicated process of achieving the halal certification label, most of their products are not certified.

“the halal project aims to map supply chain, identifying non-compliance & critical control points, and effectively monitoring them to mitigate any risks”

With increasing demand for halal products including goods and services every year, especially for food and beverages, has resulted in a growing need for products with Halal guarantees. Along with the increasing trend of demand globally, it has resulted in an increase in producers of halal food and beverages in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries. The growth in demand for halal products increased significantly in Asia, Africa and Europe.

This has also resulted in an increase in demand from consumers of halal products so that producers in producing food and beverage products must comply with the provisions of Islamic law. Nowadays, many secular countries such as France, Canada, Australia, the United States, Britain are also halal certified with the aim of meeting the Muslim demand for halal products for food and beverage, including for halal tourism.

However, there are still many muslim consumer actors and muslim producer actors who do not yet have an awareness of the importance of complying with the provisions of Islamic law in consuming and producing goods and services. There are still many restaurants and hotels that serve food and drinks that are not certified halal. There are still many food, medicinal and cosmetic products that are not halal certified.

It’s where existence of ‘TheHalalProject’ started to increase awareness and ensure the halal food traceability.

get halal certified by the.halal.project

certified restaurants get access to exclusive exhibits and help you provide transparency to customers so that they trust the halal status of the food.