- Preliminary review (free of charge)
- Initial discussion and plant tour
- Process optimization and implementation support
- Personnel training
- Halal certificate
- Follow-up support
- New product integration
- Market advisory
- Market information
- Product research
- Trade fair support
- Certification to national and international standards such as U.A.E/GCC. 2055 Standards, MS 1500:2009 (Malaysian Standard), ONR 142000, etc.
- International acceptance or accreditation in all key customer countries
State of the art processes
IIDC certified halal foods are sampled and then tested in an independent, accredited laboratory using ultra-modern PCR-DNA analyses.
Areas of competence
The highest level of quality is achieved through networking and pooling the various skills in the plant inspection and certification process.
- Definition and standardization of the Islamic-theological prerequisites for halal and haram and accurate portrayal in the production and/or service area
- Analysis and adaptation of production and service procedures and production resources
- Assurance of the halal quality system and recording of the required data and documentation for this purpose
Competent IIDC staff members establish the halal criteria and confirm halal quality. The know-how of industrial production and quality management experts was used for establishing halal standards.
How does a company get certified?
During the examinations, the auditors use halal checklists to evaluate the relevant business premises and the products according to the requirements of each target market. If the outcomes of these examinations are positive, the operation receives the IIDC certificate and is entitled to label its products with the appropriate IIDC logo.
In addition, compliance with the requirements is ensured by an in-house IIDC self-inspection by trained staff, who continuously document this quality control on-site in the operation.
Additional in-house IIDC staff trainings also support the halal conformity of the manufacturing sites.Procedure