Halal certification in Bahrain is considered as a permitted food for consumption according to Islamic law. Halal food completely fulfils the conditions that are followed by halal procedure of slaughtering of an animal. The procedure is done according to Islamic law throughout all the stages coming from slaughtering processed transported stored all the available stages. Any contact between the halal and non halal food must be avoided in order to preserve the sanity. Halal certification in Bahrain can be prepared and processed transported with the help of certain measures that is taken under hygiene condition.
Some animals are considered to be unlawful to consume by an Islamic person. Some of those animals are dogs, snakes, monkeys, pics, carnivorous animal with fangs claws such as tiger, lions are similar to that. These animals and some of the birds such as woodpeckers, bees must not be consumed by an Islamic person. The forbidden animals are considered to be as a unlawful to consume according to halal guidelines. Consumption of halal food has many more benefits for the consumer over non halal food consumption
Step1: Apply for the HALAL certification
Step 2: Provide the list & specifications of the product produced along with the required documents
Step 3: Identify the product to be complied with HALAL practices
Step 4: Inspection of the process & procedures
Step 5: Achieve the HALAL certification!
Halal Certification In Bahrain, Halal literally means permissible food items that are permissible to consume under Islamic law.