MUI - INDONESIA
MUI - INDONESIA

 

Since May 2017, the Halal certification body Halal WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY-WHA, has obtained the exclusive recognition as the only Italian  Halal certification's body accredited by the Governmental Organization of Indonesia "MUI". This happen by an exclusive clause reserved for the World Halal Auhtority (WHA) by the Indonesian Governmental Organization.

LPPOM MUI (Indonesian Authority of Agreement and certification Halal) had been established based on the mandate of the government / state  1988. It becames really operatif on Janaury 6th 1989 by conducting a proper inspection/examination and Halal certification.

To strengthen the position of MUI in playing its function as Halal certifier institution in Indonesia, then a Memorandum of Cooperation Agreement among Ministry of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Health and MUI had been signed in 1996.

Over time, Halal certificate becomes a requirement in Halal labeling on packaging for products circulating in Indonesia.

Now, in its 29 years age, Halal certification system and halal assurance system designed and implemented by MUI have also been recognized and even adopted by Halal certifier bodies all over the world, which are now have reached 42 institutions from 23 countries.

In order to be always updated about the last MUI's accredited bodies, we invite you to consult the following link where there is a complete list of accreditated authorities for each country.

http://www.halalmui.org/…/sto…/pdf/LSH/LSHLN-LPPOM%20MUI.pdf.


MUIS - SINGAPORE
MUIS - SINGAPORE

 

WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY-WHA, the Italian Halal Certification Authority, has got from 2016 a mutual recognition with its Singapore counterpart. A recognition that consolidates the international character of the Halal Certificate issued by WHA and which opens up to its users greater boundaries for the export of Made in Italy.

The Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS), also known as the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, was established as a statutory body in 1968.

The Council of MUIS is the general decisional-maker body and is also responsible for the formulation of policies and operational plans.

MUIS is responsible for the promotion of religious, social, educational, economic and cultural activities in accordance with the principles and traditions of Islam as enshrined in the Holy Quran and Sunnah.


JAKIM
JAKIM

 

WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY- WHA is in continuous collaboration with the Malaysian Accreditation Authority Halal; JAKIM. In fact, WHA has received the visit of some representatives of the Malaysian Body in its offices, an occasion taken by WHA with great enthusiasm to improve the quality of its services.

Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) is the agency responsible for Islamic affairs in Malaysia including Halal certification.

JAKIM plays a very important role in protecting Muslim consumers in Malaysia and it has always been JAKIM's responsibility to ensure that Halal products comply with Shariah.

 Based on these reasons, however, JAKIM undertakes to have mutual recognition with reliable and credible Halal Authorities, such as INTERNATIONAL JAKIM representatives, to monitor / verify the halal status of such raw materials and products with responsibility and integrity.
 

The award is based on the ability of foreign Halal certification bodies to carry out certification activities as they comply with Malaysian procedures and guidelines.


GIMDES
GIMDES

 

WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY-WHA announced last January 2018, the mutual recognition between WHA and GIMDES, the Halal Certification Body in Turkey.
This recognition provides to the certificates issued by WHA a further added value for the benefit of the Halal Consumers and the certified companies, in addition to what has already been recognized by our Certification Body.

GIMDES is a Turkish Halal Certification Body founded in 2005 to cover the need, for both consumers and producers, to ensure, on the Turkish market of food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products etc. conformity with Islamic Shariah.

GIMDES, in a short time managed to develop a complete concept of the Halal whose fruit was the elaboration of a standard, containing a set of regulations, which supervises the respect of the Islamic rules and this for all the sectors that may be interested in obtaining the Halal certification.

GIMDES, among other things, is a pioneer in the organization of an international forum of Halal industry, an annual event much awaited by all the operators of the Halal world from the four corners of the globe.


 

WORLD HALAL AUTHTORITY-WHA, the Italian Halal certification authority, thanks to the mutual recognition with the HALALFOODS Authority, guarantees a recognized certificate also in Brunei.

HALALFOODS, is born from the goal of satisfying the growing requirement of Halal, quality, safety and sustainability expressed by customers at international level.

HALALFOODS has set to itself the goal of being the iconic global Halal brand that excels in innovation and the research and development of innovative product solutions, thus guaranteeing Halal for consumers not only Halal but also healthy food products.


HALAL-PHILIPPINES
HALAL-PHILIPPINES

 

The Halal certificate issued by WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY-WHA, allows Italian companies, which aim to export Halal products, to also reach the Philippines. It takes place through a mutual recognition between WHA and HALAL PHILIPPINES.

The Halal certification, is a useful tool to help the Islamic community of the Philippines, to identify the products that are acceptable for use and consumption according to the Islamic Shariah in the midst of an intricate and diversified production of various processed foods, the most of these products by companies owned and operated by non-Muslims.

Despite the difficulty of imposing the Halal certification, in a non-Islamic country where most of the manufacturing and food processing industries are managed by non-Muslims, HALALFOODS has managed to develop its control activities by focusing on communicating the importance of the Halal certification for a total market of over 2 billion consumers.


ESMA-EMIRATIARABI
ESMA-EMIRATIARABI

 

WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY - WHA is in constant collaboration with ESMA Halal accreditation authority of the United Arab Emirates.

Esma, the national standardization body of the United Arab Emirates, is responsible for preparing, issuing and adopting rules relating to products concerning health, safety, the environment and compliance with Islamic laws.

Since 2014, Esma has imposed, through a decree that came into force in 2016, the Halal certification of all products imported from the United Arab Emirates. The exporting companies, which in the past exported their products without specific requirements, must from that date acquire a Halal certificate but not only, it must be from an entity recognized by Esma.


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The World Halal Food Council (WHFC) was born out of an idea of the Assessment Institute for Food, Drugs and Cosmetics.  As there are many Halal organizations in the world, the Indonesian Council of Ulama (LPPOM MUI) wanted to bring these organizations together in order to know each other and work together (silaturahhim).  With this in mind the LPPOM MUI, in a gathering in the The Hilton Hotel in 1999, founded the World Halal Food Council (WHFC).

World Halal Authority (WHA) has passed the exclusivity as the only Italian body Member of the World Halal Food Council - "WHFC" (the first and largest world council of halal food guaranteeing the exclusive mutual recognition among its members).

 


WORLD HALAL AUTHORITY - WHA is in continuous collaboration with GAC Halal accreditation authority of Saudia Arabia.

The Governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) approved the establishment of the Gulf Accreditation Centre, in order to provide reliable services to destinations conformity assessment of laboratories and points of inspection and certification bodies in all Member States, including supporting the GCC joint action and to facilitate trade and to support the industry and the national economy in the Member States and support the implementation of the legislative system Gulf to adjust the products in the Gulf market and the application of procedures and rules of conformity in the Member States the center.

 

 


HALAL INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
HALAL INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

The Halal Industry Development Corporation Sdn Bhd , abbreviated HDC, an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, is an initiative of the Malaysian government to ensure the integrated and comprehensive development of the national halal industry. HDC focuses on the development of halal standards; branding and promotion; and commercial development of halal products and services.

 

 


THE ISLAMIC COMMITTEE OF THAILAND (CICOT)
THE ISLAMIC COMMITTEE OF THAILAND (CICOT)

Historically, politically and culturally Muslims have been an integral part of Thailand for centuries. Islam is not only the second largest religion in the kingdom but also enjoys the royal and official patronage. The Thai law provides for freedom of religion, and the Royal Thai Government (RTG) generally respects this right in practice. Thai Constitution promotes “equality of rights and liberties” of the people, as seen in some following sections Section 5. The Thai people, irrespective of their origins, sexes or religions, shall enjoy equal protection under this Constitution.


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