5 Value-Added Services That Set ISA Apart in Halal Certification

Jul 8, 2020

With ISA's 45 years of building credibility and trust, we set ourselves apart by our level of service and commitment to current, new and potential clients. This leads to long-lasting professional business relationships.

Is Vegetarian Cuisine Always Halal?

Jun 24, 2020

There are famous traditional vegetarian Halal foods such as hummus, falafel, and vegetable samosas that are typically considered Halal. Similarly, basic baked goods like bread and cake, snacks and confectionary are rarely given a second thought, though they may contain lard and other common pork based ingredients like gelatin. Gelatin is often sourced from pigs, which is neither vegetarian nor Halal.

3 Reasons Why You Need a Halal Mark on Your Product Packaging

Jun 19, 2020

Once the Halal production process is complete, how are buyers to know what they’re shopping for and purchasing is truly Halal? The problem is with the lack of visible “Halal certified” logos on product labels. Even when a product is certified Halal, it doesn’t benefit the consumer if the Halal status isn’t apparent.

Vitalabs, Inc. : ISA Halal Certification and the Nutraceuticals Industry

Jun 10, 2020

Halal Certification applies to supplements and nutraceuticals industry as well. There are many components of a supplement product, that can be critical for Halal Certification. This week we spoke to Douglas Shull, the Manager and Co-owner of Vitalabs, Inc. - a leading nutraceuticals company based in Georgia, United States. In this blog we will explore together how Halal Certification brought value to his business.

Targeting ISA Halal Consumers via Social Media

Jun 5, 2020

As a premier Halal certifier, ISA must educate readers and consumers about what Halal means, the types of product categories and the range of Halal and Haram product ingredients. Through its website and social media avenues, ISA explains why Halal can be beneficial for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Decon7 & ISA: Halal Certified Disinfectant to Fight Novel Coronavirus

May 27, 2020

According to Mr. Joseph Drake, Founder and President of Decon7, "Halal Certification brings numerous benefits and value to our business. With ISA’s Halal certification we have entered the global Halal market including (but not limited to): SE Asia, the Middle East and other regions. Specifically, our recent Halal certification enables us to capture the market in Malaysia and the Philippines."

4 Reasons Halal Certification is Important in The Cosmetics Industry

May 13, 2020

As of 2019, the beauty industry is valued at an estimate of $532 billion and counting! Needless to say, it is growing faster than ever before. The Business Insider attributes one of those growing factors to offering “Sustainable Alternatives” to the market. When closely evaluated, sustainable alternatives cater to health-conscious shoppers seeking products free from toxins and other harmful ingredients. ISA Halal certifies many types of beauty products.

Are All Halal Certifiers Globally Recognized?

May 5, 2020

There are a few key factors when considering which Halal Certification Body is right for you. One of the most important ones is whether the Halal certifier is accepted by the Halal governing bodies or countries in your target region.

ISA Halal Certification During COVID-19

Apr 28, 2020

When a country or the entire world is impacted by a health related or other type of crisis, how do the Halal industry and other business sectors manage through them? As the North American pioneer Halal certifier, Islamic Services of America (ISA) has taken a unique and timely approach to adapt with the constant demand for Halal Certification.

How Halal Certification Can Help American Bakery Industry?

Apr 1, 2020

With more than 1.9 billion Muslims in the world, manufacturers including the bakery industry is taking Halal certification into consideration to expand their overall market share and global sales. The Halal certification is needed in the consumption of goods and services (generally edibles, cosmetics, and personal care products) for Muslims. Noticeably, both consumables and non-consumables are entitled to receive a Halal certification.