Halal Certification Process

Few simple steps for granting Halal certificate:

Halal certification application
Application evaluation
Halal certification agreement and price quote
On-site audit
Certification decision

Refusal to grant halal certification:
CHFC may refuse the halal certification application if:

!. The client fails to comply with the halal requirements, halal standards, or Islamic law.
2.The client fails to comply with any of the obligations under the halal certification agreement.

Policy for suspension, withdrawal, or reduction of the halal certification:
The halal certification may be suspended if:

1.The client persistently or seriously fails to meet the halal certification requirements.
2.The client refuses to allow CHFC to conduct surveillance audits.
3.The client requests suspension of the halal certificate.

The halal certification may be withdrawn if:

1.The client fails to meet any of the terms and conditions in the halal certification agreement.
2.The client fails to resolve any suspension issues.
3.The client requests withdrawal of the certificate.

The scope of halal certification may be reduced if:

1.The client fails to resolve any suspension issues that affect only some of the halal certified products within the defined time.
2.Some of the halal certified products fail to meet the halal requirements.
3.The client requests a reduction in scope.

Policy for maintaining, extending and renewing the halal certificate:

To maintain the halal certificate, client must continue complying with the halal requirements.

To extend the certification scope, client must submit a request to CHFC Evaluation and approval decision are required before extending.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact us at
info@crescenthalalfood.com