Canadian Food Authority

Halal certification provides a gateway to find new opportunities around the Globe

In a highly competitive global marketplace where many conventional market categories have achieved saturation and are resistant to penetration, the halal segment, which accounts for more than 10% of international goods commerce, presents enormous economic prospects. Initially limited to meat and poultry, halal has expanded to encompass non-meat items such as processed foods, dairy products,…

Halal Food Accreditation: A process to assure that food is free from all types of prohibited components

In recent years, halal meals have become more widespread in major European and North American fast-food chains, and supermarkets and food firms have jumped on board to gain a competitive edge. Due to technological advancements, many customers now anticipate more openness in the food production process. Many people are increasingly tracking their food “from farm…

Authentic Halal Food

Halal food accreditation: How it satisfies the consumer about quality & competence of product

Food safety is a major issue for all consumers worldwide since it leads to a healthier lifestyle. Food safety is defined as having good, high-quality food and preventing it from being polluted and harmful to eat. Consumers are increasingly concerned about food safety, health, naturalness, enjoyment, convenience, information and ethical issues, and environmental friendliness. According…

Halal standard implementation in the food industry: Impact/benefits on SME

The worldwide halal industry is expanding rapidly, but it comes with new problems. Consumers wonder if meat and processed meals are religiously acceptable since supply lines are lengthening and product alternatives are unlimited. Therefore businesses must demonstrate that their products are trustworthy. Halal certification can convey swiftly and effectively that your product fulfills the strictest…