Halal Certification

Halal certification in Jharkhand- Halal India is very pleased to introduce ourselves as one of the established Halal Certification body in India. We are committed to achieve excellence in consultation, issuing Halal Compliance Certification, Independent Auditing & Monitoring systems and promoting other acceptable products and services as per shariah (law). There are currently 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, which is 23.4% of the world’s population. If current trends continue, Muslims will make up 26.4% of the projected world population of 8.3 billion by 2030. We strive to ensure that Halal consumers, as well as service providers and their businesses, benefit from what is legal and legal Sharia. Global Islamic Shariah Services (GISS) is India’s leading Halal Certification Agency headquartered in Delhi, India. We have a team of qualified professionals providing Halal Food Certification Services across India and worldwide at best prices. Our team also has experience in Halal Certification which will make us a leader in Halal Food Certification in India with a combined experience of certifying 50,000+ products and 1,000+ manufacturing sites worldwide. Think Halal Think GISS has become synonymous. Our goal is to help small and medium businesses to get Halal certificate.

Types of Halal Certification

Depending on the type of business, the types of halal certification vary. Most commonly, Halal Certificates are obtained for places like restaurants, hotels, slaughterhouses, packaging materials and labels to ensure they are suitable for Muslim users to visit/use. However, halal certification is not limited to food. Soft drinks, raw materials for food processing, pharmaceutical and health products, traditional herbal products, cosmetic and personal care products, cleaning products and daily goods can also obtain Halal certificates. Therefore, obtain halal certification from a halal certification body – generally by the following scheme:following schemes:

Food, Beverage and Catering Scheme

Restaurant Scheme

Industrial Scheme

Abattoir Scheme

Warehouse or Storage Scheme

Product Endorsement Scheme

Required Documentation

Processing, handling and product distribution

Storage, display and product serving

Cleanliness, sanitary and food safety

The overall aspects of the premises

Tools, apparatus and machines

Packaging and labelling

The Benefits for the Company:

  • Assurance of halal compliance of raw or precursor materials in processing.
  • Development of new markets and customer segments.
  • Trend market with great potential for growth.
  • National and international acceptance of your halal products and services.
  • Advertising impact and strengthening of your image.
  • Consumer trust and increased customer satisfaction.
  • Halal compliance of your finished product.
  • Your products are independent, neutral and certified according to recognized Halal standards by an accredited Halal certification body.
  • You can respond to customer inquiries from the Islamic world in line with requirements.
  • You promote trust in your products with your Muslim customers.
  • You stand out from your competitors.
  • Halal handling from a single source by an independent, recognized and specialized body.
  • Consumer confidence – it allows the consumers to make an informed choice of their purchase
  • Competitive advantage – manufacturers can use it as a marketing tool to secure bigger market share as halal food is suitable for both Muslims and non- Muslims. At the international level, it can enhance the marketability of the products, especially in Muslim countries.
  • Quality – it indicates that the food product not only fulfills halal requirements but also strict hygiene practices
  • For the authority – it provides a mechanism to audit and monitors halal food.


Qus:-What does Halal mean?

Halal is the Arabic word for something that is permissible or lawful. The word haram means unlawful or prohibited and therefore is used as the opposite of Halal.  Although usually used in the context of food, the word Halal is also used to describe other permissible things such as personal, financial and other daily practices. 

Qus:-What are the requirements for halal certification?

The Auditors will verify if the following areas are acceptable for Halal Certification:


  • Processing, handling and product distribution.
  • Storage, display and product serving.
  • Cleanliness, sanitary and food safety.
  • The overall aspects of the premises.
  • Tools, apparatus and machines.
  • Packaging and labelling.

Qus:-What and why halal certification is important?

Halal Certificate assures that the products are thoroughly checked in accordance to the Islamic Shariah Laws by the concerned board. As Halal consumers/buyers accept and buy only the products certified with Halal seal, it is necessary to obtain this certain before you sell or export your products to the Halal buyers.

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