ISA COVID-19 Statement
Jul 6, 2022
ISA is only five days away to attend the IFT show. Be sure to come over to our booth and say hello! We will be there from July 11th to July 13th, our booth number is S1417.
May 25, 2022
ISA Vice President Tim Hyatt was interviewed by Yvonne Maffei, the owner of "My Halal Kitchen" on 23rd May 2022. The interview was very informative and thought provoking for the audience who are interested about Halal industry.
Apr 1, 2022
Join us Wed 13 April at 2:30pm EST via Zoom for a lecture by Islamic Services of America - ISA who will discuss Halal certification and market opportunities. For Zoom registration please type: https://bit.ly/3Iy2rDh
Nov 19, 2021
Tim Hyatt has been a sought-after speaker who has spoken about the Halal industry in the US in countless international Halal platforms and met with many international Halal certifiers and Halal industry officials. He discusses the US Halal industry and the direction it is taking to benefit both the consumers and industry players.
Nov 17, 2021
Timothy M. Hyatt, vice president of Islamic Services of America (ISA), a competing U.S. Halal certifier, said his corporation made clear to Beyond Meat that nothing identified as pork would be approved as Halal, even though that company hasn’t made a formal request.
Oct 28, 2021
How well do you know about the growth of Halal Food and Beverage industry? Please attend this webiner to enlighten yourself about this topic.
Oct 5, 2021
Two organizations that certify kosher and halal foods — Islamic Services of America and Orthodox Union Kosher agency — have indicated that Impossible Pork is problematic, even if its ingredients meet their strict standards.
Sep 20, 2021
There were 156 participants from 84 foreign Halal certification bodies (FHCBs) and 48 countries in attendance for the JAKIM Halal Certification Bodies Virtual Conference held on Thursday September 8, 2021. Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) is Malaysia’s Halal governing body.
May 20, 2021
“We are proud of our partnership with Beyond Meat’s corporate headquarters in the USA and for their confidence in entrusting ISA to lead their global Halal program,” says Timothy M. Hyatt, Vice President of ISA. “As one of their Halal certifiers for the past two years, we look forward to their continuing success and a long-lasting relationship.”
May 12, 2021
According to Timothy Hyatt, Vice President of Islamic Services of America, a/k/a ISA, which works with hundreds of companies, limited ethyl alcohols as carriers, solvents and processing aids are permissible based for their residual levels, typically about 0.1% or 0.5% in finished products. Some Islamic schools of thought prohibit all alcohol, even those not connected to intoxicating beverages. An agency that follows this standard would not permit alcohol in any form.