Halal Industry Reports

By June 1, 2018 One Comment

These reports are published by various organisations related to Halal industry.

MABIMS Harmonisation of Halal Standard

MABIMS stands for The Unofficial Meetings of Religious Ministers in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, – an unofficial and non-binding collective body of the Malay-speaking world (or Nusantara’s) Islamic religious ministers. Established on 5th Muharam 1410H, or August 7th, 1989, it was initially established to promote religious collaboration and maintain interfaith harmony within communities. Now it has evolved to become a key institution in facilitating trade of halal goods. The Special Committee Meeting on Technical Areas of Halal Development among MABIMS Member Countries (TCH) was established based on the agreement reached by the of the Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) held in 3 – 6 October 2011, at Lombok, Indonesia.
TCH aims to strengthen the ties amongst the relevant member countries’ agencies involved in halal compliance, as well as to share and assess information, and identify and decide on halal- related issues
The TCH also sets out to develop, establish and maintain coordination and to assist, facilitate and expand the global growth of the halal industry through the mechanism of Halal Certification and the acceptance of each MABIMS member countries’ halal certification in each MABIMS member country.

State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2017/2018

Link : report_state_of_the_global_islamic_economy_201718-SALAAM27112017104745/
The Islamic Economy is at the cusp of major growth and widespread recognition, having gained traction as Muslims assert their religiosity and traditional values. Awareness about the concept of Halal is on the rise, and companies are responding to these consumer needs, be it for products or services. The State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2017/18 brings you the latest developments and trends from this economy while also highlighting the future direction of this sector.

The OIC’s Current and Potential Role in the Global Halal Food Trade

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The 57-member countries of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) represent around 1.38 billion Muslims, making it a significant source of demand for halal food. In 2015 the bloc imported around $190 billion in F&B products, incurring a substantial trade deficit of $70 billion. Intra-OIC trade accounted for only 22 percent. This report looks at the leading food exporters to OIC countries and identifies the top three categories. It also reflects on food trade data to determine a strategic roadmap for OIC countries to partake in global halal food trade.

From Niche to Mainstream. Halal Goes Global

Link : SALAAM24102015063747/
This report aims to provide a detailed overview of the global halal food and beverage market, including up-to-date trade figures and an informed perspective of the overall market landscape and its dynamics. It is not intended to be a definitive description of halal from a religious perspective; it is intended to enable the reader to make informed decisions with regard to this evolving market paradigm, whether from the perspective of government policymaking or for commercial strategy.

Ark Halal

Ark Halal

ARK Halal is an international Halal Competency Development Specialist who provide holistic expert support to companies that want to gain entry into the Halal industry.

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