PETALING JAYA: A syndicate has been selling halal logos to small and medium industries without the approval of Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim).The syndicate is believed to be in cahoots with a Muslim entrepreneurs association and offers the halal status to food manufacturers in rural areas...
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Published 31 May 2014
A noodle factory here, penalised in 2010 for using halal logos not sanctioned by the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim), was again raided yesterday for the same offence.The Central Seberang Perai Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism Office raided the factory about 5pm and seized...
Read More : The Rakyat Post
Published 14 June 2014
TORONTO - Canada's growing Halal food industry has made it an attractive target for fraud - something that leaders in Canada's Muslim community hope to end. Halal is really important to uphold a Muslim's spirituality, the acceptance of our worship in the eyes of God is dependent on it, that we're only...
Read More : Global News
Published 05 June 2014
Zaman Brothers Wholesale Halal Meat Limited in Bradford supplied 65 boxes of meat and fat to Golden Delight Foods Limited in Saltley, Birmingham in 2012. At Birmingham Crown Court, director Munawar Zaman admitted using fake labels on non-halal products. He was ordered to carry out 120 hours...
Read More : BBC News
Published 05 September 2014
HalalTouch app will use the unique ID scanned from the QR code and checks with available public record from JAKIM's Website.
Absolutely yes. HalalTouch is free for users to download from the AppStore and GooglePlay. Windows and Blackberry will be joining in the near future.
Users can just look for HalalTouch QR Code sticker that will be available on most premises that is registered with JAKIM.
All HalalTouch stickers will have an unique ID, each ID will go through a process of data matching with full details including company name, address and item lists.