The global halal food market size grew from $1,300.75 billion in 2022 to $1,501.5 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.4%. Thus, to serve the larger markets, to meet the demand
and supply chain, many companies are getting their products halal certified. Companies are getting their
products halal certified so that their products can be exported to Islamic countries as many Islamic
countries are only importing halal-certified products.
Halal certification states that the food or the products are permissible for the followers of Islam and no
haram product or procedure is used while its manufacturing or processing. The products which are halal
certified simply mean that they do not contain anything which is prohibited for the followers of
Islam. Various sort of organization such as Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, Cleaning
Agents, Packaging Material, Animal and Poultry Feed, Hospitality and Tourism, Modest Clothing and
Logistics can apply for HALAL certification.
Manufacturer here in Nepal are also requiring this certification for promoting and expanding their
products in primarily Muslim areas and countries.
We, National Certification and Management Nepal are country partner of International Halal
Certification (https://international-halal.com) for HALAL Certification here in Nepal. We will be assisting
organizations for getting HALAL certification.
Steps for HALAL Certification
Step 1: Application form – for general information of the Client organization and their scope
Step 2: Proposal process and its acceptance along with payment for certification
Step 3: Raw material or ingredient’s evaluation
Step 4: Onsite audit (Stage 1 and Stage 2)
Step 5: Submission of audit report along with corrective action along with its objective evidence (If any)
to certification body
Step 6: Issuance of Certificate