Halal is an Arabic word that does not violate the rules of religion, is not prohibited in terms of religion, means allowed. The opposite of Halal is Haram, which means that it is against religious rules and is religiously forbidden. Halal foods are foods produced in accordance with Islamic rules.

Both suppliers and the last Muslim customer wonder whether the food they consume is Halal and prefer products with halal food certification when purchasing.

A Halal Food Certificate is now required for the producers who sell food products abroad. The Halal Food Certificate is now used as the manufacturer’s marketing method as well as being reliable Halal Food. Companies that buy food from abroad and domestically have started to require the producer to have a Halal Food Certificate.