IFRC Certificate is issued according to:
- World Halal Council Standard
- Malaysian Standard & Malaysian Fatwa
All Certificates issued by IFRC is legal and based on Shariah/ Islamic Procedures.
A general review of all existing standards:
1. Premise only produce Halal product:
There must be no contamination between Halal and non-Halal product in storage and manufacturing
2. Premise complies with good manufacturing:
This includes cleanliness and full hygienic system in the factory and the environment surrounding the factory. However, factory with normal or manual cleaning procedure can apply for Halal certification with strict observation from our consultant.
|3. Premise with two (2) Muslim workers is preferable:
At least 2 Muslim workers are required for Halal Application. The Muslim workers can help factory in complying with halal guideline.
|4. No food served inside the factory:
This is to make sure the factory is always kept clean and free from non-Halal element.
|5. Only Halal ingredient allowed for Halal products.
The ingredients should be:
a) Free from pork or dog.
b) Free from non-slaughtered animal.
c) Free from animal part, except what has been certified Halal.
d) Free from animal fat such as enzyme, emulsifier etc. except what has been certified Halal.
e) Free from filth or najs.
f) Free from wine or liquor alcohol.
g) Alcohol content in the finished product must be less than 0.5%.
|6. No contamination between Halal and non-Halal in the premise:
Only factory or premise served or produced Halal products can be certified Halal.
Premise that produces non-Halal product cannot be certified unless they discontinue the non-Halal and go for Halal only. They can operate for Halal products after undergoing cleansing procedure according to Islamic Law.
IFRC Halal Certification work process before Halal Certificate is issued:
8 Steps To Obtain IFRC Halal Certification