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Halal Certification is becoming mainstream in the food industry. As the worldwide Muslim population has crossed 1.6 billion, the demand for producing and packaging foods processed according to Islamic dietary laws using chicken, mutton, beef, and other ingredients is growing day & night.

Halal Certification is a third-party verification that products, processes, or systems in the supply chain meet accepted Halal Standards. Halal Certification provides a “Systematic Approach” that ensures the products’ features and quality according to the rules established by the Islamic Council that allow the mark Halal.

‘Halal Certified’ refers to products that have been endorsed as Halal by a credible Islamic body (Third-party certification).

Frequently, Halal Certification involves a series of steps, including ingredient verification, inspection/audit, and approval by a committee. Cosmetics and pharmaceuticals are also Halal Certified. Frequently, these products contain animal by-products.
Alcohol is present in perfumes.
Pig-fat is present in lipsticks and lip balms.
Makeup products actively contain the by-Products of animals like cows, goats, pigs, chickens, turkeys, etc.