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Halal certificate is an official document issued by the Indonesian Ulama Council (MUI) to certify if a product has complied with Islamic law, both from raw materials and production processes. With this certificate, a product can be declared safe for consumption and free from “haram” ingredients. Products that are required to have a halal certificate include:
•   Food.
•   Beverages.
•   Medicines.
•   Cosmetics.

The Function of Halal Certificate

Apart from being required, having a halal certificate has other functions that can benefit business people and consumers.

  1. Obtain the trust of Muslim consumers.
  2. Superior to competitors who do not have a halal certificate.
  3. Legal proof that a product or service is in accordance with Islamic law, from raw materials to the manufacturing process. This can avoid accusations that are not-not.
  4. Make it easier for Muslim consumers to make decisions to choose products that are in accordance with religious teachings by choosing halal food or akhlakul karimah.
  5. Standards for making products and services according to Islamic law.
  6. Helping companies or traders market their products globally, especially the Muslim market.
  7. Assist the government and religious organizations in monitoring and ensuring that products and services marketed comply with applicable regulations.
  8. One of the requirements to be able to get a halal label on packaging and banners.

Halal Certificate Validity Period

In accordance with the Indonesian Ulema Council, the validity period of a halal certificate is 4 years. Furthermore, 3 months before the validity period expires, the certificate owner is advised to make an extension as soon.


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A Halal certificate is an official document issued by authorized bodies confirming that products and services comply with Islamic Shariah law. In Indonesia, where the majority of the population is Muslim, Halal certification is crucial for ensuring that products meet religious dietary requirements and cultural sensitivities.

Any company involved in the production, processing, packaging, storage, transportation, or distribution of food, beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, or other consumer goods intended for Muslim consumers in Indonesia should obtain Halal certification.

The process of obtaining a Halal certificate in Indonesia involves several steps, including submitting an application to the Indonesian Council of Ulama (Majelis Ulama Indonesia - MUI) or other authorized certifying bodies, undergoing a Halal audit, and complying with Halal certification requirements.

Having a Halal certificate can significantly enhance market access and consumer trust, especially in predominantly Muslim countries like Indonesia. It demonstrates your commitment to meeting Halal standards, which can attract a larger customer base and improve competitiveness in the market.

The duration of the Halal certification process in Indonesia can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the product or service, the certifying body's workload, and the completeness of the application. Typically, it can take several weeks to several months to obtain a Halal certificate.

Halal certification requirements in Indonesia encompass various aspects, including sourcing of raw materials, production processes, hygiene standards, and compliance with Islamic principles. Specific requirements may vary depending on the type of product or service.

Additional information and assistance regarding Halal certification in Indonesia can be obtained from the Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI), local Halal certifying bodies, government agencies, industry associations, and professional consultants specializing in Halal certification processes.