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Firms appeal to Muslims with halal food

TOKYO: With markets expanding in Muslim countries, a number of Japanese companies see the production of halal foods and other products as a passport to the Islamic world, even though this might mean the complete renovation of a factory.


Shaanxi to set up global halal hub

XIAN (China): China’s Yangling De­­monstration Zone in Shaanxi pro­vince, a national level agro-science industrial area, is planning to set up a global halal park to lure overseas producers so as to capture a slice of the world’s US$2.3tril (RM9.28tril) halal market.


Wee: Prioritize setting up of Halal Professional Board

PUTRAJAYA: The setting up of a Halal Professional Board – a database for halal consultants to advise businesses – should be prioritised, said Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.


Taib calls for more efforts to penetrate global halal market

KUCHING: Malaysia should take advantage of its credibility in issuing halal certifi- cation to venture more into the global halal market.


Tougher penalties await those who misuse halal logo and certification

KUCHING: The state government will tighten its halal certification enforcement next year.


Halal slaughterhouses do not mean halal trading premises, says Jais

KUCHING: Trading premises must have their own halal certificate in addition to displaying a copy of their slaughterhouse’s.


Pact to develop halal business

LIMKOKWING University London recently signed a collaboration agreement with Halal International Selangor and European Halal Development Agency.


Shandong keen to develop halal SMEs

XINAN (China): Shandong, a leading agriculture and industrial province in China, has expressed interest in Malaysia’s proposal to develop its halal sector further and to encourage its industries to invest in Malaysia’s halal industrial parks.


Halal board a major priority

PUTRAJAYA: The setting up of a Halal Professional Board – a database for halal consultants to advise businesses – should be given priority, said Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.


New guidelines on halal certification

KUALA LUMPUR: The Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) will issue fresh guidelines on the certification of halal food, services and consumer products in the light of recent controversies over the matter.