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Although there are many other ethnicities and religions in Malaysia, the Muslim community makes up the majority of the country’s population. To reach the large worldwide Halal market, it is essential to get into the community of Halal seekers. You might need to have your restaurant in Malaysia authorized as Halal to engage the locals. Targeting every possible demographic will give a business the best opportunity of realizing the most potential profit.
A Halal business is one that adheres to moral principles recognized by Islamic Sharia law. Ingredient supply, handling, storage, and cooking may all be included in Malaysian restaurants that are certified halal. Ingredients must come from an appropriate source, for example cow or chicken need to be slaughtered in accordance with these laws in order to obtain this certification.
In addition to restaurants, the following companies are eligible to apply for a Halal certification in Malaysia:
You will need to apply for a halal certificate through MyeHalal after your business has registered with SSM. Restaurants fall under the category of food premises for halal certificates, one of numerous types. You may need to submit the relevant documentation listed below to JAKIM or JAIN (the State Islamic Body) after filling the form in MyeHalal:
The authorities will examine all of your documents once you have submitted them all in. Your application will be instantly denied if any supporting papers are missing. Allow us, Boss Boleh, to manage your application from beginning to end in order to avoid this. You will save a tonne of time by working with us!
The Halal authorities will issue a charging letter and timeline for the on-site audit after all assessments are finalized. The officers will verify adherence to the Halal requirements and compile the required report. Moreover, samples will be collected, followed by a trip to a lab to check the product’s or ingredients’ composition. The Malaysia Certification Panel will then go through the finalized audit report. You will be given the Halal certification once successfully approved through the process. The certificate is only valid for two years, and it must be renewed at least three months before it expires.
If you’re looking to apply for halal certification for chain restaurant, check out the link below for more details:
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Below are the requirements for company registration:
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