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Nars Cosmetics LTL Long-Wear Eyeliner, Bourbon Street. Brunei - Korean firm eyes Brunei as halal cosmetics centre. BRUNEI will be a manufacturing hub for halal Korean skincare products once the halal standard for the cosmetics has been gazetted.

Brunei - Korean firm eyes Brunei as halal cosmetics centre

Jin Kim, director of Landevel Sdn Bhd and a speaker at yesterday's Korean Brunei Business Forum at the Radisson Hotel, said Brunei would be the manufacturing base for export to the sole distributors in Singapore, Dubai and Turkey. Kim said halal Korean skincare products would be targeted at the global Muslim community, and that Singapore would be the sole distributor for the Asian market, Dubai for the Middle Eastern market and Turkey for the European market. She said Landevel had given various presentations to government agencies in Brunei, such as the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

Landevel has patented their raw ingredients with the Korean Agricultural Department. "The ingredients are extracted from brown rice, which is not fermented but steamed and dried," Kim said. (2) BOYCOTT Non-Food HALAL. (2) BOYCOTT Non-Food HALAL. Halal Food Council (USA):Affiliation and Membership. I.

Halal Food Council (USA):Affiliation and Membership

Definition: A written declaration / ruling (Fatwa) by American Halal Foundation (AHF), stating the product is Halal and fit for Muslim consumption anywhere in the world, based on auditing process performed by AHF. II. Purpose: US Halal Certification. US Halal Certification. (2) Halal Certification. Halal Certification. SG Halal Eating Guide for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on the iTunes App Store. Halal Certification Services (HCS) Halal Certified. Are you inadvertently supporting Islamic terrorism by unwittingly buying halal food?

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Incentives. For HDC Designated Halal Parks Operators In an effort to promote the attractiveness of the Halal Parks, the following incentives are recommended: Full income tax exemption for a period of 10 years or 100% income tax exemption on capital expenditure for a period of 5 years Exemption from import duty and sales tax on equipment, components and machinery used directly in the Cold Room Operations in accordance to prevailing policies.

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Incentives

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Halal Industry Development Corporation - Halal Certification. Halal Certification Malaysia is the only country in the world whereby the government provides full support in promoting the Halal Certification process on products and services.

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Halal Certification

Halal certification bodies in other countries are either developed by the individual provinces or states or backed by their non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Halal Certification provides assurance to all Muslim consumers because it fulfills the Syariah law, which is a must for Muslims. Halal Industry Development Corporation - Recognised International Bodies. Halal Industry Development Corporation - Labuan Distributive Hub, Sabah. Contact Information Wisma Perbadanan Labuan, Peti Surat 23587008 Wilayah Persekutuan LabuanTel: +6087.408.600Fax: +6087.428.997En Anas Ahmad En Jusoh B Saleh (Timbalan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif) Overview Labuan Halal Distribution Hub (LHDH) is located at Kiamsam which is to the south-west of Labuan Island.

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Labuan Distributive Hub, Sabah

This initiative is a cooperation project between Labuan Corporation, Ministry of Federal Territory and Marditech Corporation Sdn Bhd. The 100 acres development of LHDH is focusing on marine fisheries and aquaculture industry. Web address Map/Location Future facilities available to Industry Player • warehousing complex • dry warehouse • cold room facilities • traceability system.

Halal Industry Development Corporation - Download Centre. Halal. For disambiguation of alternate spelling, see Hallal Ḥalāl (Arabic: حلال‎ ḥalāl, 'permissible') or hallal[1] is any object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Islamic law.


The term covers and designates not only food and drink but also all matters of daily life.[2] The opposite of this word is haraam. Generally in Islam, every object and action is considered permissible unless there is a prohibition of it in the Islamic scriptures.[2][3][4] Clarification is given below in detail as to what is considered to be a permissible object or action in Islam, along with the exceptions. Food[edit] Halal foods are foods that Muslims are allowed to eat or drink under Islamic Shariʻah. MUIS. Guide dogs are the guiding eyes for people who cannot see.


They are carefully bred, raised and trained for the purpose of providing a safe means of mobility for people who are blind or visually impaired. Entry of Guide Dogs into Halal Certified Eating Establishments The current Halal regulations do not prohibit the access of guide dogs (for the blind or visually-impaired customers) into Halal certified eating establishments. However, hygiene and sensitivity issues may arise. Guidelines when Allowing Guide Dogs into Your Premises Muis’ advice to holders of its Halal Certificate under the Eating Establishment Scheme to allow access to the blind or visually-impaired customers with guide dogs into their premises by abiding with the following guidelines : Operators should provide a designated area for people with guide dogs to be located at a location that would ensure safety of the owner and his/her dog as well as the comfort of other patrons in the eating establishments.

Halal Certifications. HICCIP to strengthen Halal-based products. Philippine Daily Inquirer To help strengthen the Philippine halal industry, a group of Filipino Muslim businessmen recently organized the Halal International Chamber of Commerce and Industries of the Philippines (HICCIP) on June 26, 2013, at Gloria Maris in Greenhills, San Juan.

HICCIP to strengthen Halal-based products

The aim of this organization is to encourage investments and partnerships on Halal-based businesses and entrepreneurships involving both local and international business groups and individuals which can then bolster the national economy. Particularly, this organization endeavors to help in ensuring the authenticity and credibility of Philippine Halal-certified products for the utmost benefit of both local and foreign Muslim consumers. National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Secretary Mehol K. Sadain, who was the keynote speaker, gave a rousing address on the importance of this organization not just to the economy but to the Filipinos in general. Other important dignitaries who graced the event were Guia G. Halal. Halal World.

Global Halal.