HALAL

WHAT IS HALAL FOOD?

Halal food complies with Islamic Law or Shariah. Halal stipulates that food consumed must be:

  • Hygienic.
  • Not harmful to health.
  • Free from any parts of animal origin that is forbidden by the shariah.
  • Free from anything regarded as 'filth' (najis) under Islamic law.

In addition, meat products must be derived from animals that are permissible and slaughtered according to Islamic Law.

Internal Controls

To ensure that all our products conform to Halal requirements, apart from obtaining Halal Certificate for its operational premises, we operate stringent internal controls over raw materials procurement, manufacturing, handling, processing, packaging, storage, transportation and utensils.

Halal Status

When selecting halal meat suppliers, we only consider those that hold a Halal certificate from Dar Alifta, or any Halal authorization bodies from overseas, which are recognized by Dar Alifta.
Non-Halal items are prohibited from being brought into our premises. The cleanliness and sanitation of our restaurant, kitchen and equipment is our utmost imperative. At least two Muslim employees are stationed in the kitchen at all times.

External Certification

The Department of Islamic Development of country inspects our factory, restaurants, ingredients and processes before permitting us to use their logo.

Imported Products

All imported products are certified Halal by the source country local Islamic food and nutrition certification body recognized by local Islamic department of Jordan. To further verify the Halal status of our imported products, officials from Jordan’s Dar Alifta, inspect the facilities of all our suppliers abroad.

Raw Materials

All raw materials suppliers are required to submit a statutory declaration to confirm that they comply with Halal requirements in relation to the manufacturing process, handling, storage and transportation of products supplied.

FOR ANY QUERIES ON OUR HALAL PROCEDURES, PLEASE REACH US AT

  cc.info@binrajab.co