Why Should Beverages be Halal Certified?

Sep 16, 2021

Plenty of beverages are completely acceptable for Halal-minded consumers – fruit juice, sparkling water, coffee, tea, soymilk, almond milk, and milk from cows, goats, or camels, for example. So why the need for Halal certification? Please read the full blog to know more.

Halal Consumers’ Secret Wish List of Halal Certified Products

Sep 9, 2021

Many salty, cheesy snacks can be made in a Halal way, using certified ingredients and keeping production lines separate from any pork-containing products. Hopefully we will see Halal options for these craveable foods in the near future!

ISA From Humble Beginnings to Global Halal Certification Body

Sep 2, 2021

In the mid 1970s a group of businessmen and academics from this community saw the need for more intercultural and religious understanding. In 1975 they launched a community service organization with the goal to promote interfaith understanding. This is how Islamic Services of America (ISA) was formed.

Expand Your Business Internationally

Aug 26, 2021

If you are getting inquiries from outside your country, take them seriously. These are opportunities for higher sales and lower costs due to economies of scale. You can minimize risk by doing a little research, due diligence and planning prior to committing resources. ISA can help guide companies in their quest for international expansion.

Post Pandemic Consumer Brands Shift from B2B to B2C

Aug 19, 2021

Businesses are adjusting their models to meet customer needs and changing behaviors. Traditionally, manufacturers sold products to other organizations, commonly referred to as the B2B model of doing business. Other organizations could be manufacturers, government, retail establishments, distributors, and many others.

Reshoring, Insourcing, Restoring Critical Industries in the USA and Canada - Pharma

Aug 12, 2021

ISA certifies pharmaceutical and nutraceutical companies for Halal ingredients, process, and distribution domestically and internationally. With Halal certification pharmaceutical companies that re-shore their production facilities in the USA will be able to export to markets world-wide.

Why Halal Slaughter is Humane

Aug 5, 2021

When a product is certified as Halal, it means that it meets the criteria of a good and pure product. Halal products cannot be made from blood, meat of swine, dead animals, and they cannot be dedicated to idols or gods other than the One God of the Abrahamic Faith – the God of Moses, Jesus, and Abraham. Companies certify their products as Halal to assure the public that their ingredients and processes do not contain impure or forbidden elements.

The Post Covid-19 Halal Travel Market

Jul 29, 2021

Halal travel includes flights, hotels, transportation, tours, resort packages, and retreats that are family friendly, wholesome and clean. Providers often include halal food, alcohol free environments, family accommodations, access to prayer facilities, private pool areas, separate men, women and family beaches, education and nature tours.

Is Eating Insects Halal?

Jul 22, 2021

In reality, most of us who eat yogurt, ice cream, canned fruit, bread or cupcakes have already been consuming insects. Carmine is a substance made out of crushed insects called cochineal. It is added to many processed foods and beverages as a red food coloring.

Celebrating Eid al Adha with Halal meat

Jul 15, 2021

While celebrating traditional festival holidays with their families, Halal communities naturally seek Halal certified meat and other Halal food consumables. Especially in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries, there is a significant demand and supply gap for Halal products.