Food & Beverages

Why Halal Certification Is Necessary?

Halal Certification enables you market your products to various countries mainly in the country where Muslims are more in number. The certificate enables you to penetrate in the Halal market easily. While exporting products it helps you to meet the requirements of importing countries. Halal consumers will accept the product only if it is Halal Certified. When the company gets Halal certificate from an authentic authority, it wins the trust of its customers and clients.

Our Efforts For Halal Food Consumption

CEHA has an ambition that whatever people are eating and drinking should be halal. As a Halal certification body we provide Halal Certification to companies which are doing business related to food items. Our Sharia and technical experts make sure before certifying companies that services involved in food processing and food items including ingredients, additives, colors, flavors, packing material, logistics etc. are 100% Halal.

Importance Of Food

Food is an essential part of everyone’s lives. It gives us the energy and nutrients to grow and develop, be healthy and active, to move, work, play, think and learn. Food is needed by the human body for energy, to repair and build cells and to prevent sickness and heal from it. Food is the most efficient way of obtaining energy and nutrients.

Global Food Industry

The structure of the global food industry is continually changing and evolving as food suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers adjust to meet the needs of consumers, who are increasingly demanding a wider variety of higher quality products. The total value of the food retail industry is approximately $4 trillion annually.

Halal Food Industry

The global halal industry is estimated to be worth around USD2.3 trillion (excluding Islamic finance). Growing at an estimated annual rate of 20%, the industry is valued at about USD560 billion a year. Thus, making it one of the fastest growing consumer segments in the world. The global halal market of 1.8 billion Muslims is no longer confined to food and food related products. The halal industry has now expanded beyond the food sector to include pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, health products, toiletries and medical devices as well as service sector components such as logistics, marketing, print and electronic media, packaging, branding, and financing. In recent years, with the increase in the number of affluent Muslims, the halal industry has expanded further into lifestyle offerings including halal travel and hospitality service.