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Welcome to Halal Food Authority

Halal Food Authority (HFA) is an independent, voluntary, non-profit, organisation operating as a commercial wing of a registered charity.  The objective of HFA is to facilitate the Muslim Ummah to be partial to genuinely manufactured halal food in compliance with HFA Halal Standards, Islamic Jurisprudence and relevant EU regulations in vogue. Simultaneously, HFA creates awareness of halal principles and axioms for halal production within food industry, consumers and various national and international forums.

The HFA promotes animal welfare, adherence to food safety, food hygiene and quality in compliance with UK Laws and within the teachings of the Islamic jurisprudence and faith. HFA contractually works with establishments that are involved in the production and supply of Halal foods, to be able to certify all products for their halal status that is an assurance for the Muslim consumers that all the food they consume meets the axiom & standards of Halal.

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Upcoming Events

            Gulf Cooperation Council

           (GCC) Food Law

            27 November 2014

 

Leatherhead’s unique course on GCC Food Law will provide you with an overview of the principles and application of current and upcoming food legislation in major Middle Eastern markets. Saqib Mohammed, Chief Executive, UK Halal Food Authority, will join Leatherhead’s regulatory experts to discuss regulatory developments relating to the major Gulf markets. The programme is of particular relevance for those with an interest in the Gulf States (Kingdom of Bahrain/Kuwait/

Oman/Qatar/Saudi Arabia/United Arab Emirates and Yemen). You will be given an overview of food legislation in these markets, as well as the opportunity to participate in practical workshops where you can put your knowledge into practice