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Istihalah, which literally means transformation or conversion, has a huge potential to be used by global food producers to tap the lucrative halal food market.
For Halal industry, blockchain has the potential to revolutionise the entire Halal supply chain, by revamping the way traceability, smart contracts and Halal certification is traditionally being implemented. Here are five instances of how Blockchain is changing the industry.
These are the key stakeholders within the Malaysian halal supply chain, responsible for maintaining halal integrity, facilitate the growth of the industry and monitor the implementation of halal practices by producers.
The issue of alcohol used in food and beverage industry remains a polemic in the Muslim community, as alcohol is perceived to be khamr (alcoholic beverage), which is inaccurate.
The Islamic achievements in medieval medicine were groundbreaking. Muslim scholars spearheaded the impressive growth and discoveries in many scientific fields, especially pharmaceuticals. They were, in fact, acknowledged as the founders of modern medicines. Muslims today, however, are finding themselves shut out to having halal pharmaceuticals and medicines as an option.
MABIMS (or the Menteri-Menteri Agama Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, dan Singapura) has been a key institution in facilitating the trade of halal goods as well as ensuring the sovereignty of its member countries.
Here are five training programmes and conferences recommended by H Media, which we can vouch for its effectiveness and are run by well-known professionals within the Malaysian halal sphere.