Halal is an Arabic term which means permitted, so basically Halal is a standard defined for consumable foods to all Muslims worldwide as per Islamic law. Halal is nothing but a standard set of requirements that the food has to fulfill in order to be fit for the consumption of Muslims. The definition of Halal and the procedure is been described in the holy book of the Quran.
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 comply with HALAL practices
Step 4: Inspection of the process & procedures
Step 5: Achieve the HALAL certification!
Any business is built on certain strategies and one of the most important strategies is categorizing your preferred customers according to geography, age, education, etc. which determines their buying behavior. Muslims around the world only prefer to consume Halal products, if you are a manufacturer and your target audience is of mixed nationalities and religions then it becomes necessary for you to get your products certified under Halal.
Islam is way beyond religion which teaches a way of life, rules, discipline, responsibilities, regulations, and protocols, all Muslims around the world follow the holy book of the Quran which is believed to be made for mankind. Muslims follow the laws of this book and the teachings of their prophets, hence Halal procedure and guidelines are described in the holy book and have been narrated by the prophet so it becomes obligatory to follow Halal procedure in all the consumable foods.