Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS), also known in Singapore as the Islamic Religious Council is the only Halal Certification body & authority in Singapore for local business. The organisation started in early 1978, the MUIS Halal Certification seal is being recognised in some of the Halal markets such as Brunei, The Middle East, and others.
MUIS will certify the Halal Certificate to the local food establishment based on rules and regulations for the Halal Certification requirements which are known as the Singapore MUIS Halal Quality Management System (HalMQ). MUIS provides various Halal Certification & Accreditation schemes and training that focus on the food industry in Singapore
Applying for the Halal Certifications is a voluntary act. It is administered under the Section 88A of the Administration of Muslim Law Act (AMLA). MUIS is granted the authority to serve as the only certifier Halal Certification and supervise the Halal industry in Singapore.To obtain the halal certificate from MUIS or the relevant authority, your business needs to go through an extensive halal accreditation procedure and requirements which we will help you with our expert consultancy. After the complying with the rules, your food establishment will receive the halal certification.
At the moment, the only countries in the world to provide a complete halal certification support by the government are from Indonesia, Malaysia & Singapore.
Our agency offers proficient halal services that will guarantee a smooth process for you. Our halal specialists will customize the documentation for every products or service with insights about each progression of the journey. Toward the end of our consultancy, you will be fully equipped with the accurate information which is set by MUIS in Singapore or the international Halal certifying bodies.
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What are the MUIS Halal Certification Requirements?
Below is the minimum mandatory condition & requirement stated by MUIS: