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1. Understanding Halal & Halal Standards By Muhammad Saeed Bhombal. Chief Executive Officer Bhombal And Company (Private) Limited As Representative In Pakistan For The Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America - IFANCA

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3. What is Halal Halal means permissible and lawful for Muslims Haram means prohibited and unlawful Mashbooh is doubtful and questionable This is main domain for Halal Certification. 3

4. General Guidelines Halal is an all inclusive term. Which means that all foods are halal except those ordained as haram, such as: Pork Blood Carnivorous animals Animals not slaughtered properly Alcoholic drinks 4

5. Questionable Ingredients Ingredients that can be made from multiple sources: such as, animal, plant, synthetic, microbial? Glycerin - Gelatin Emulsifiers - Enzymes Shortening - Porcine is not halal Fish gelatin is halal Bovine is halal when animals are slaughtered in halal manner 5

6. Questionable Ingredients Alcohol: ethyl alcohol Alcoholic drinks are not permitted even in cooking or food formulations. Essence from alcoholic drinks is controversial Ethyl alcohol used for technical reasons, e.g. Extraction of flavors like vanilla, flavor carrier, solvent or substrate, is permitted at appropriate levels. Residual amounts vary by country. No restriction on naturally occurring in fruits 6

7. MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES 1.4 Billion Muslims in the World 7

8. The Importance of Halal Certification Background Pioneering countries in requesting Halal certificates from the U.S.A. Singapore Malaysia Saudi Arabia Indonesia 8

9. Halal Activity in Food Percentages of the requests for Halal Certificates for various countries. 9

10. Importance of Halal Certification to the Consumer It clears the doubt. It saves time from reading the labels. Peace of mind and satisfaction. 10

11. Importance of Halal Certification to the Producer Customer requirement. Government mandated compliance. Market/competition driven. 11

12. What is IFANCA? Islamic Food And Nutrition Council of America Not for Profit Technical Islamic Organization Supervising production of Halal foods. Certifying halal products. Finding solutions for new challenges. Publishing relevant information. Consulting with Islamic scholars on issues facing Muslims in selecting food products. 12

13. IFANCA RECOGNITION IFANCA CERTIFICATES AND ITS CERTIFIED PRODUCTS ARE ACCEPTTED IN North America, Middle East, South East Asia and many other countries. IFANCA recognized by organizations like MUIS SINGAPORE JAKIM MALAYSIA MWL SAUDI ARABIA MUI INDONESIA GSM United Arab Emirates 13

14. IFANCA Halal Certification IFANCA provides Halal certification in over 50 countries directly or through affiliates and IFANCA offices: IFANCA, Bhombal And Company Private Limited, Pakistan IFCE, Europe, Brussels NZIMM, New Zealand, Wellington IFANCA Canada, Toronto IFANCA China, Beijing and Wuhan IFANCA Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur IFANCA India, Kochin IFANCA Bangladesh, Dhaka IFANCA Asia Pacific, Singapore 14

15. IFANCA Halal Certification Logos 15

26. Thank you 26

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