The Halal Certification process starts with completion of the application form provided. You’ll need to complete all the information asked for your business. Each Halal Product Submission form must be accompanied by related ingredient data sheets. This will provide AHAA with a basic information of the business and the halal accreditation requirements.
AHAA team will then evaluate all the documents and Halal certificates supplied and the process continues as shown on the application chart below.
HALAL CERTIFICATION STEPS
STEP 1 : APPLY
Complete Application for Halal Accreditation Service.
Each Halal Product Submission form must be accompanied by related ingredient data sheets.
A technical ingredient and specification sheet is required for every ingredient used in the manufacturing of the product.
STEP 2 : CONFIRMATIONS
The AHAA food technologist team assesses suitability and confirms the halal status of the product. Once it confirms, an Agreement and Halal Certification Fee will be provided to the applicant.
STEP 3 : AUDIT & APPROVAL
A halal audit of the premises is conducted by AHAA halal services manager or his AHAA representative. Halal approval is granted upon compliance with all halal requirements by means of a contact between the applicant and AHAA.
If the applicant pass, the Agreement will be signed and fee payment received from the applicant.
STEP 4 : CERTIFICATE
The final stage is the issuing of the Halal Accreditation certificate which is valid for one year and subject to renewal thereafter.