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Moulana MS Navlakhi South African National Halaal Authority PAK – ASEAN Workshop on Halal Food Production Technology and Certification system 11-12 th March 2009 – Karachi Expo Centre, Pakistan. Ensuring Halaal Value Addition in Dairy Products. AFRICA… SOME FACTS. Cradle of Humankind

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Moulana MS Navlakhi

South African National Halaal Authority

PAK – ASEAN Workshop on Halal Food Production Technology and Certification system

11-12th March 2009 – Karachi Expo Centre, Pakistan

Ensuring Halaal Value Addition in Dairy Products


Africa some facts
AFRICA… SOME FACTS

  • Cradle of Humankind

  • First sanctuary for Muslims

  • Approx 400m Muslims

  • Natural resources

  • Colonial invasion


South africa the rainbow nation
SOUTH AFRICA – The Rainbow Nation

  • Unique location

  • 3000 km coastline

  • Highly developed infrastructure

  • 11 languages

  • Muslim minority


Introduction
Introduction

  • ‘Halaal’ dietary law simplified

  • Common misconception

  • Ambit of application

  • Halaal diet – preference or obligation

  • Additives / Food ingredients

HALAL

HARAM


Dairy products source and definition
Dairy Products -Source and Definition

  • Dairy products defined as foodstuff produced from milk

  • Dairy among the oldest food industries

  • Sources – Cows, Buffalos, Goats, Sheep, Camels, etc.


Main source
Main Source

  • Cows Milk


Dairy in the qur n
Dairy In the Qur’ân

  • “ Verily, in the cattle there is a lesson for you. We give you to drink of that which is in their bellies, from between the impurities and blood, pure milk palatable for the drinkers”.

    (Chapter 16, verse 66)


General rule for eggs dairy products
General Rule for Eggs & Dairy Products

  • Milk and eggs of all acceptable animal species are permitted


Dairy in the good ol days
Dairy in the Good ‘ol Days

  • Fresh Milk

  • Cream

  • Butter


Nowadays
Nowadays ….

  • Fortified Milk

  • Low Fat Milk

  • UHT Milk

  • Skim Milk

  • Buttermilk

  • Condensed Milk

  • Evaporated Milk

  • Milk/Juice Blend


Nowadays1
Nowadays ….

  • Fresh cream

  • Sour cream

  • Flavoured Butters

  • Fortified Yoghurt

  • Fat Free Yoghurt

  • Flavoured Yoghurt

  • Fruity Yoghurt

  • Drinking Yoghurt


Nowadays2
Nowadays ….

  • Hard Cheese

  • Cottage Cheese

  • Processed Cheese

  • Feta Cheese

  • Mozzarella Cheese

  • Parmesan Cheese

  • Cream Cheese…


Why additives
Why Additives ? ? ?

Processing Aid

Improve Texture

Add Colour

Lock in Moisture

Enhance Appearance

Create Stability



Critical ingredients
Critical Ingredients

  • Fortification agents

  • Gelatin

  • Glycerin/glycerol

  • Emulsifiers

  • Stabilisers

  • Enzymes

  • Alcohol

  • Flavourants

  • Colourants


Critical ingredients1
Critical Ingredients

  • Fortification Agents

    - Addition of specific nutrients to population with an increased level of intake.

  • Gelatin

    • No distinction on the label for the source of animal, so any product containing gelatin is Haram or suspected.

  • Glycerin

    • No distinction on the label for source of glycerin (animal or vegetable) so any product containing glycerin is also suspected.


Critical ingredients2
Critical Ingredients

  • Emulsifiers:

    • Commercially available mono and diglycerides may be manufactured from vegetable oil, beef fat or lard.

    • If not labeled as vegetable, then product is considered suspected.


Critical ingredients3
Critical Ingredients

  • Enzymes:

    • The source can be animal, plant or microbial. Normally the label does not make any distinction.

  • Whey and Other Dairy Ingredients:

    • Depends on the enzyme used. Normally the label does not make any distinction, so the products will either be Haram or suspected.


Critical ingredients4
Critical Ingredients

  • Alcohol:

    • Wine & Liquor is not permitted

    • Alcohols naturally occurring in fruits which is distilled into essences is condoned in small amounts.

    • Ethanol used for technical applications e.g. solvent, carrier etc. may be permitted at specified residual levels.


Biotech ingredients
Biotech Ingredients

  • Non-hazardous Chemicals are acceptable

  • Microbial Enzymes are acceptable

  • Transgenic Foods

    • Plant to plant gene transfer is ok

    • Animal to plant gene transfer ?

    • Animal to animal gene transfer ?


Halaal assurance an option
Halaal Assurance – an option ?

  • Leading edge

  • Export requirement – Muslim Countries?

  • Expand market share

  • 1,6 billion Muslims

  • 650b US $


Conclusion
CONCLUSION

Conclusion


Conclusion1
Conclusion

  • Motivation not Coercion

  • Proactive industry approach

  • Halaal alternatives

  • Religious obligation

  • Corporate responsibility


Www sanha org za
www.sanha.org.za

Shukran !Thank You For Your Attention !


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