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Understanding the Importance and Implications of Halal Standards for Businesses and Consumers
There has been a growing global demand for halal products and services. Halal is an Arabic term that means “permissible” and is commonly associated with food and beverages that meet specific Islamic dietary requirements. However, halal standards also apply to other industries, such as cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.
About Halal Standard
Halal standards are based on Islamic principles and guidelines that ensure the ethical and hygienic production of products and services. These standards cover every aspect of the production process, from raw materials sourcing to packaging and labeling. In addition to being important for Muslim consumers, halal standards also promote transparency and fairness in business practices.
Halal for businesses and producers
Businesses that adhere to halal standards can benefit from a growing market of Muslim consumers and increase their global competitiveness. However, implementing halal standards can also be a complex process that requires significant investment and expertise.
Consumers also play a critical role in promoting halal standards by demanding transparency and accountability from businesses. By understanding the implications of halal standards, consumers can make informed decisions about the products and services they purchase and support businesses that align with their values.