List of Halal Certification Authorities
The Halal Food Council of Europe (HFCE) is registered as a non-profit organization since the year 2010 in Brussels, Belgium. HFCE is a Halal Certification Body dedicated to Halal certification of food, non-food, and other materials. HFCE provides Halal certification to meet the requirements of the Halal Standards for slaughter houses and different food and nutraceutical ingredients as well as products. HFCE is also active in community services relevant to Halal education, charity, and food assistance to the needy in European countries. HFCE is accredited by Emirates International Accreditation Council and recognized by ESMA, IFANCA, JAKIM, MUI and MUIS.
Halal Food Council of Europe 4 Rue De La Presse, B-1000 Brussels BELGIUM
In the context of New Zealand,The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) is a relatively decent sized community organisation, with connections in all geographical regions of New Zealand. To streamline the Halal certification activities, all Halal certification related activities will be conducted under the FIANZ Halal brand. This will bring many benefits to the New Zealand and overseas consumers and exporters of New Zealand Halal products. FIANZ Halal is a division of FIANZ Inc. FIANZ Halal was established solely to provide certification services to halal-certified meat plants and other halal providers in New Zealand. FIANZ Halal is fulfilling all of its legal and Islamic requirements as it is a Muslim entity. FIANZ Halal is operating as per its pre-defined procedures and protocols. The personnel have profound understanding of the proper supply of Halal services throughout New Zealand and to all nations through complying with all Halal Islamic requirements. FIANZ Halal has taken appropriate steps to ensure that Islamic responsibilities are properly implemented in their all activities as they have sufficient Muslim Halal Auditors, Halal Islamic Affairs Expert with authority and responsibility along with other committee members and representatives for the Halal audit, review, and decisions to Halal certification. FIANZ Halal is wholly responsible […]
7-11, Queens Drive, Kilbirnie, P.O.Box 14155, Wellington 6241, New Zealand
Thailand Halal Certificate issuance is managed by The Central Islamic Council of Thailand (CICOT ) a non-profit organization. By virtue of section 18(5 (9) of the administration of Islamic organization Act B.E. 2540.
The Central Islamic Council of Thailand ( CICOT ) The Institute for Halal Food Standard of Thailand 45 Moo 3 Klongsib Nongchock Bangkok 10530 Thailand
Supreme Islamic Council of Halal Meat in Australia Inc (SICHMA) has become one of the principal providers of Halal Certification to Australian companies processing and exporting meat (and processed foods) to all Muslim destinations without exception or hindrance. Sichma is also accredited by the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) for the red meat export industry. We are the Halal certification body of choice for numerous companies including Coles Supermarket, one of the largest Supermarkets operating across Australia to provide Halal compliant meats to local consumers. SICHMA is dedicated to secure Halal food sources and to facilitate consumption of Halal food by providing certification services
Level 1, 35 – 37 Harrow Rd Auburn, NSW 2144, Australia
Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (Muis), also known as the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, is the Islamic authority in-charge of Muslim affairs in Singapore. Muis advises the President of Singapore on all matters relating to Islam in Singapore. Among other things, Muis provides Halal Certification services and regulates Singapore Halal industry. Under the Administration of Muslim Law Act (AMLA), Muis is vested with the sole legal powers to issue Halal certificates in Singapore.
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OF SINGAPORE (MUIS) SINGAPORE ISLAMIC HUB 273 BRADDELL ROAD SINGAPORE 579702
Saudi Food & Drug Authority , Saudi Halal Center provides Halal Certification the following services: Recognition and Issuing Halal certifications for clients. Information about the accredited bodies that provide Halal certificates
Halal Center – Saudi Food and Drugs Authority PO Box: 84983 Riyadh 11681
New Zealand Islamic Development Trust (NZIDT) employed a team of expert Halal Auditors tasked with carrying out Halal Certification Review and Verification Activities within their defined regions. NZIDT abide to the NZ Halal assurance notice and are compliant with all International Halal regulatory authorities. We also aim to develop unified Halal certification standards and practices. NZIDT has become one of the first certification body in the world to be accredited by Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA). The UAE/GSO Halal Certification Scheme has been established and developed by UAE and other GCC countries to underpin the importation of Halal certified products into the UAE and GCC countries, so that consumers can have greater confidence in the status of the halal food they consume.
Level 8, 3 Albert Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
LPPOM Majelis Ulama Indonesia had been established based on the mandate of the government / state that the Indonesian Council of Ulama (Majelis Ulama Indonesia, MUI) play an active role in relieving cases of lard 1988 in Indonesia. LPPOM MUI establish Januari 6th, 1989 by conducting a proper inspection/examination and halal certification. To strengthen the position of LPPOM 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. The Memorandum of agreement was followed, then, by issuing the Decree by the Minister of Religious Affairs (Keputusan Menteri Agama, KMA) 518 2001, and KMA 519 2001, which strengthened the position of MUI as a Halal certification bodies to perform inspection / audit, determination of fatwa, and issuing halal certificates. In the process and implementation of halal certification, LPPOM MUI cooperates with the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan, Badan POM) Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Religious Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Ministry of Tourism and Creative […]
Jl. Proklamasi No. 51 Menteng Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Japan Halal Foundation (JHF) was established in 2015 in cooperation with the religious corporations Asaram Foundation and Assalaam Masjid in Tokyo and Okachimachi. Its main purpose is to spread the idea of halal in Japan and provide opportunities and knowledge to Japanese people. We aim to expand the halal circle by accrediting restaurants and food manufacturers not only in Tokyo but also from Hokkaido to Okinawa. We provide consistent support not only for certification, but also for product distribution, sales channel expansion, export support and promotion.
110-00164-6-7 Taito, Taito-ku, Tokyo Assalam Building 1F, Japan
Islamic Services of America (ISA) plays a large role in the Halal industry both as an educator and a certifier. ISA partners with companies that specialize in the production of all consumable and non-consumable products and certifies those that are found to be Halal compliant. In 1975, ISA was established for community functions such as educational materials, family support, working with local colleges and universities for the acceptance of the influx of foreign students and local community activities. In the late 70s and early 80s came the global need for a USA based Halal verification and certification service program. Islamic Services of America (ISA) upholds the Halal certification standards, protocols, rules and regulations that are monitored and/or enforced by the international Halal governing authorities and is a founding member of the World Halal Food Council. Who Islamic Services of America Serve ISA provides Halal certification services to a diverse range of customers, products, and brands across many consumer and commercial industries. Some examples of ISA’s primary service offerings are related to flavor companies, meat, poultry and dairy products, to vitamin, supplements, cosmetics and other personal care items. Some of our non-consumables service offerings are related to filters, lubricants, cleaning materials and other synthetic chemical […]
4362 16th Ave SW Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404, United States of America
Islamic Coordinating Council of Victoria (ICCV) Halal Certification is Australia’s largest internationally accredited halal certification agency operating across six continents. Certifying many multi-national food processors and raw material manufacturers, we are committed to offering a professional and affordable halal certification service worldwide. The ICCV logo is globally accepted and recognised for providing quality assurances and increasing marketability
155 Lygon Street, East Brunswick Vic 3057 AUSTRALIA
IFANCA, one of the world’s leading resources for halal information. Halal, when applied to food, is a dietary set of guidelines for Muslims living an Islamic lifestyle. Since 1982, Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America is committed to helping halal consumers through research, education and advocacy. One of the services provides to halal consumers is third-party halal certification. Our certification symbol, the Crescent helps halal consumers select goods, assuring them that what they buy is halal without a doubt. Schemes of IFANCA Halal Certification IFANCA can certify under the following schemes: UAE GSO JAKIM MUI MUIS and other schemes on a case by case basis. Five simple steps for granting halal certificate: Halal certification application Application evaluation Halal certification agreement and price quote On-site audit Certification decision
IFANCA Head Office 777 Busse Highway Park Ridge, Illinois 60068 United States of America
HALAL MONTREAL CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY As a group of Canadian Muslim professionals in different fields since 1998, our mission at Halal Montreal Certification Authority (HMCA) has always been that of guidance and support to companies wishing to broaden their Halal market potential, whether local or abroad. For years the leadership and team of HMCA has led a development of education, awareness, transparency, and Halal related services to Canadian institutions and companies seeking to expand market share and understanding the global Halal industry. As an early Canadian and North American pioneer in Halal Certification Services, HMCA has garnered global accreditation and recognition over the years for its professional level of services and industry support. Rest assured, HMCA has the right team of people ready and able to assist whatever and whenever the need arises.
9160 Leduc Boulevard, Suite 410, Brossard, Québec J4Y 0E3, Canada
HALAL MONITORING AUTHORITY (HMA) For many years individual Imams and Ulama received complaints from the Muslim community and in particular individuals from the Halal industry that many things within the industry were not being observed in accordance to the Shariah. In March of 2004 the Jami’yyatul Ulama Canada (CCMT) therefore decided to appoint a team of members whose task was to observe and discover what is really going on within the industry. The team managed to inspect 13 poultry abattoirs, 4 meat abattoira, 7 further processing plants and numerous other manufacturing plants and retailers. Throughout these inspections, which were documented, the team discovered many areas of concern in majority of the places that were visited and steps were taken to try and rectify the problems.
1825 Markham Road, Suite # 211, Scarborough Ontario, M1B 4Z9,Canada
The Halal Management Division is one of the JAKIM divisions responsible for conducting halal certification in Malaysia in conjunction with the state Islamic Religious Department. Halal certification began as early as 1965 by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS). The halal certification implemented by JAKIM began in 1974 when the Research Center, Islamic Affairs Division, JPM issued a halal certification letter for food and beverage products that met the requirements of Islamic law. At that time, he was responsible for one of the bodies regulating halal product certificates in addition to the State Islamic Religious Department (JAIN) which also implemented halal certification with their respective logos. In 1994, halal certification was given in the form of a certificate with the BAHEIS halal logo. In November 2002, the Islamic Food and Consumer Study Division, JAKIM was established and began operating on January 16, 2003 as a halal certification body with the aim of coordinating, issuing and monitoring the Halal Certification Certificate and enforcing all regulations related to halal in Malaysia. Since then, the Government has determined that all halal certification activities are fully implemented by JAKIM through the Islamic Food and Use Study Division with the use of the new halal […]
BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN HALAL, JABATAN KEMAJUAN ISLAM MALAYSIA, Aras 6 & 7, Blok D, Kompleks Islam Putrajaya (KIP), No. 3 Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, Presint 3, 62100 Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Halal India is very pleased to introduce ourselves as one of the established Halal Certification body in India. We are committed to achieve excellence in consultation, issuing Halal Compliance Certification, Independent Auditing & Monitoring systems and promoting other acceptable products and services as per shariah (law). We endeavor to ensure that halal consumers as well as its service providers and business derive benefits from that which is lawful and governance to Shariah (law).
Suite No.7, 3rd floor,Hameedia Shopping Mall, No.108,109,Triplicane High Road, Triplicane, Chennai 600005, India.
Halal Food Authority (HFA) is an independent, voluntary nonprofit organization, part of a registered charity involved in the supervision, inspection, audit, certification, and compliance of halal principles and practices in the UK food and beverages industry. Our Mission To establish the most practicable and robust halal assurance system facilitating a comprehensive traceability of halal food serving the Muslim community and halal industry. To become recognised as the most competent and compatible Halal Certifier in Europe possessing realistic service benchmark with systematic approach together with diligently implemented Islamic Jurisprudence. To provide a high level of professional advice and service to consumers and manufacturers through education and awareness in the halal industry on halal related matters, as a first point of contact. To become a part of scientific research and innovation schemes and projects, and to seek and utilize all available resources for further development of global halal industry.
3rd Floor, Balfour House,741 High Road, London N12 0BP, United Kingdom
Halal Development Institute Of The Philippines (HDIP). HDIP Is A Religious Non-Government Organization (NGO). Established In 2008 with SEC registration No. Cn 200830644. HDIP composed of Islamic Scholars And Trained Technical Staffs. It offers following services ISLAMIC RESEARCHES ISLAMIC SEMINARS AND SYMPOSIUM SOLEMNISED ISLAMIC MARRIAGE CONVERSION TO ISLAM COUNSELLING CONSULTATION ON HALAL FOOD AND NON-FOOD HALAL CULINARY ARTS HALAL SEMINAR AND ORIENTATION ISSUANCE OF HALAL CERTIFICATION
4th Floor Central Bldg., Malabito St. cor Arayat St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines
Halal Correct Certification provides certification of manufacturers and suppliers of halal products. With our experience of many years, Halal Correct Certification has a reputation for being a unique, professional, and expert organization in the Netherlands and Europe. Halal Correct does not actively seek clients but is approached by different companies around Europe to do business. Over the past ten years, Halal Correct has become one of the most knowledgeable Halal organizations in Europe. Halal certification in the entire chain Halal Correct shall comply with the foundations of Islamic slaughter and processing of products at all times. Halal Correct handles the entire chain strictly and professionally. In addition, Halal Correct sets the highest standards and requirements to its quality management system by using a professional documentation and traceability system which is implemented throughout the entire Halal process. The core business of TQHCC is to provide and organize halal certifications and inspections for the manufacturers and producers of products, with a focus on the food and drinks industry. We work for the Halal Consumer! Halal Correct believes that people have the right to consume reliable halal products, in the Netherlands as well as in Europe and the rest of the world. That is why […]
Perzikweg 9B, 2321 DG Leiden, the Netherlands
FAMBRAS HALAL Certification LTDA., Is a company that acts as a Halal Certification Body for products in Brazil, and all the know-how acquired in these years of work, was acquired from the Federation of Muslim Associations of Brazil for this new company. FAMBRAS Halal is a pioneer in Halal system deployment in Brazil, following the major international standards (FSSC 22000, ISO 22716, GMP and standards of Islamic Asia such as, Malaysian Standard (MS) MS 1900, MS 1500, MS 2300, MS 2424, LPPOM MUI (Indonesia) HAS 23000, HAS 23103, HAS 23201). From the development of standards by the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), unifying two grounded bases, the Halal assurance system + Halal Safety Management System, FAMBRAS Halal, started in 2017 the ISO implementation / IEC 17065 and inserted the standards proposed by the GSO (GSO 2055-2, GSO 2055-1, GSO 993, UAE.S 2055-4 in its certification processes). FAMBRAS HALAL was the first Halal certification body in Latin America to be accredited by GAC (GCC Accreditation Center) and by ESMA (Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology), in standards GSO 2055-2 and ISO/ IEC 17065.
Rua Tejupa 188 – Jabaquara CEP 04350-020 Sao Paulo SP Brazil
Halal Certification Unit of Egyptian Organization for Standardization & Quality (EOS) has established a specialized unit in the field of Halal food activity with a specific mechanism to carry out the tasks of this unit. Egyptian Organization for Standardization and Quality Halal for goods and a products in the light of the standards issued in this regard and that the producers and exporters adhere to if they wish to mark the Halal Food – Cosmetics & Personal Care. Why Halal Sign : Providing a clear and clear position of the product with the provisions of Islamic law. The tranquility, spirituality and tranquility of the Muslim consumer. To ensure that the food does not contain anything that does not comply with Islamic law. Completely prevent any confusion, confusion, controversy, dispute or dispute about the goods produced. EOS provide continuous support and strategic thrill for Halal products.
16 training of trainers u - princely - Cairo
China Islamic Association is a patriotic religious group and Islamic religious affairs organization of Muslims of all nationalities in China. The meeting place is located in Beijing. In July 1952, preparations were initiated by well-known Muslim personalities such as Bourhan Shahidi, Liu Geping, Saifuding Aiziz, Yang Jingren, Da Pusheng, Ma Jian, Pang Shiqian, Ma Yuhuai, etc. on May 11, the following year Establishment of the Chinese Islamic Association (hereinafter referred to as the Association). This is the first ever unified national Islamist organization in our history. Its establishment marked the realization of the great unity of Muslims of all ethnic groups in China, and served as a bridge for communication between the party and government and Muslims of all ethnic groups.
No 103 Nanhengxijie Xicheng District Beijing China
Halal Certification Services in Cambodia that issue by Highest Council For Islamic Religious Affairs of Cambodia (Mufti of Cambodia) is a Halal quality assurance company whose aim is to ensure that Muslims consume Halal and products which comply with the Islamic dietary standards, as prescribed in the Qur’an and Sunnah In Islam. For the continuous excellence in Halal certification, apart from improving and enhancing our own certification procedures and processes, we have developed Halal trainings, which are conducted frequently to enhance the awareness and understanding of Halal concept and Islamic dietary laws and their requirements.
Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) Halal Authority is a subsidiary company of the Australian National Imams Council – ANIC. It is managed by a renowned and well-respected team of Islamic Scholar and experts in the Food Science and Technology. They have a vast experience in halal certification in Australia. ANIC Halal Authority is registered and approved Halal Certifying body by Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Australia as well as approved by major International Halal Agencies.
Suite 3 20 Worth Street Chullora NSW 2190 Australia
Australian Halal Development And Accreditation (AHDAA) Provides the following services: Certification of Halal products locally and internationally. Conduct Halal Audits to AHDAA clients. Certification of Halal products includes meat and meat products, processed products, food beverage, food flavours, pharmaceuticals, Health care products, cosmetics and restaurants. We also aim at actively participating in community activities including fund raising, donations, supporting funerals, Eid celebrations, women’s and children’s programs in the Muslim and non-Muslim communities.
Australian Halal Development and AccreditationCertification of Halal products locally and Internationally
839 Beaudesert Road, Archerfield, Brisbane, Qld 4108, Australia
Australian Halal Authority and Advisers (AHAA), is a premier Halal Certification authority. We are established to provide a reliable and professional ‘end to end’ Halal consulting, endorsement, certification, audit and monitoring services across a wide range of local and global industries. Our certification is based on the most stringent and conservative Halal requirements and guidelines accepted by all Islamic school of thoughts and include assessment and ongoing monitoring of processes, products and personnel involved from the provider to the consumer. Our services adhere to high morals, ethics, integrity, and professional competency to offer you the assurance and confidence, the transparency, the reliability, and more importantly the peace of mind one deserves whether they be a Halal consumer, a Australian Halal provider, or a partner. We have recently restructured and repositioned ourselves to expand and consolidate our capabilities in terms of Training and Education, Halal Services including Consultancy, Audit and Certification, and Business Development with expansion to other states/countries.
1/2A Dargie Court, Dallas 3047, Victoria, Australia
For over 1400 years, halal consumers have always found a way to adhere to their religious dietary requirements. As each century passed, the food landscape never stopped evolving. At every century’s horizon, innovation changed the way food was produced, processed, handled, stored, and transported. This unparalleled industrialization presented a newfound challenge to the global economy and food and beverage globalization in traditionally halal food and beverage markets. It wasn’t too long before the American Halal Foundation (AHF) stepped up to the plate (literally). AHF began certifying halal products and became a globally recognized and accredited organization whose symbol epitomizes integrity, authenticity, and wholesomeness to all 1.8 billion halal consumers. Today AHF certification provides companies around the world with a symbol of halal that gives consumers the utmost confidence in the food they eat.
10502 Bermuda Isle Dr., Tampa, Florida 33647, USA
The AFIC Halal Authority is the first and oldest halal certifying body in Australia. It is a service provided by the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils and operates as part of the AFIC not-for-profit structure. Our aim is to ensure that Muslims in Australia have access to Islamically permissible food and consumer products and a means for Australian businesses to have access to Muslim markets locally and overseas. Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Australia listed AFIC Halal Authority under Australian Federation of Islamic Councils Inc.as certification body for red halal meat and red meat products for export to : Saudi Arabia Qatar Kingdom of Bahrain Egypt All other markets that require a halal certificate (expect Malaysia, Indonesia,Singapore and United Arab Emirates)
932, Bourke Street, Zetland, Sydney, New South Wales 2017, Australia
Halal Certification Authority Pty Ltd (HCA) was founded in 1993, HCA quickly became the largest certifier in its first year of business. HCA is still a market leader. HCA is a founding member of World Halal Food Council and World Halal Council. HCA is accredited with the UAE for GSO 2055-2: 2015. This highly sought after accreditation allows a company to export to the Gulf Cooperation Countries: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, United Arab Emirates. Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Australia listed AFIC Halal Authority under Australian Federation of Islamic Councils Inc.as certification body for red halal meat and red meat products for export to : Saudi Arabia Qatar Kingdom of Bahrain United Arab Emirates All other markets that require a halal certificate (expect Indonesia,Singapore and Egypt)
90 Pitt Street Sydney New South Wales 2000