Management Systems


IFRC is an active member of the World Halal Council (WHC), a federation of global Halal certifiers and also has received recognition from Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS), a government Halal authority of Singapore. The Directors of IFRC comprise of IbraheemLan Zhen Qiang, Assad Ur-Rashid of Hong Kong and Hj. Abdullah FahimHj Ab. Rahman (Former Director of Research and Halal, JAKIM, Malaysia).

The most common type of halal certificate is for food products. In order to be certified halal, food products must not contain any ingredients that are forbidden in Islam, such as pork, alcohol, or blood. They must also be slaughtered in a specific way that minimizes the suffering of the animal.

Products and Services That can be Halal Certified Include:

  • Cosmetics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Personal care products
  • Travel and tourism
  • Logistics
  • Finance

Benefits of Halal Certification

  • Increased market access: Halal certification can open up new markets for businesses, both domestically and internationally.
  • Enhanced brand reputation: Halal certification can demonstrate a commitment to quality and ethical production, which can improve a brand’s reputation among Muslim consumers.
  • Increased consumer confidence: Halal certification can give Muslim consumers confidence that the products or services they are purchasing are permissible for them to consume or use.