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…