Halal Food Industry

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Acknowledgement I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my lecturer Ms.Azlina who gave me the opportunity to do this assignment on the title ‘Assess the Halal food industry, which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and I came to know about so many new things, I am really thankful to her. Secondly I would also like to thank friends who helped me a lot in finalizing this assignment and they will always answer my questions. Introduction What is halal? The meaning in Arabic is permissible or allowed; the opposite of halal is haram, which means forbidden or not allowed. The Halal food Authority rules for halal are based on Islamic Shari’ah. Arabic is the language of the Qur`an, a scripture revealed to the Holy Prophet…show more content…
The following animals are Halal in Islam such as livestock (cattle, goats, sheep, chicken, camels, geese, turkey and ducks), non-predatory animals (big horn sheep, deer, gaurs, and zebras) and non-predatory birds (sparrows, pigeons, ostriches, partridges). The most common of non-halal food is pork. While pork is the only meat that categorically may not be consumed by Muslims, other foods not in a state of purity are also considered haram. Meat from Halal animals’ sources must be properly slaughtered by Muslims with invocation by the name of Allah during slaughter. Animals must be alive and healthy at the time of slaughter and all blood is drained from the carcass. Food additives such as meat product and preservative for meat must not contain Haram ingredients or any process and process aid which do not meet Islamic…show more content…
The chef give meticulous creative in the Chinese recipe, now for all ethnic groups can share the food. Halal Dim Sum is the one of them that does not contain pork, all the dim sum is replace with the chicken meat. Because Islam banned pork, Bak kut teh also appeared "halal version" in Malaysia, to replace pork chops; chicken is called "chik kut teh". When during the swine flu, the local people panic of the spread of flu, the restaurant start selling halal version, even to replace pork with seafood or developed "vegetarian" bak kut teh. 4.0 Availability Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) is the competent authority being responsible for halal certification in Malaysia. Apply the certificate need to fill in the form and attach with the documents such as business license, organization code certificate, health permits, HACCP, ISO, GHP, GMP, TQM and etc. Inspection reports of each product COA, product manufacturing process, indicate the production steps and composition, all raw materials, auxiliary materials and sources. The process need 2 months or above to pass the

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