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September 3, 2022
From August 31 to September 3, CNR Food Istanbul, the 9th International Exhibition of Food, Beverage, Food Processing, Storage, Refrigeration...
August 31, 2022
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August 19, 2022
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August 16, 2022
CHUKKP “Committee for the Halal Standard under the Central Regional Directorate of the Spiritual Muslim Board of the Republic of...
May 20, 2022
May 20, 2022 within the framework of the XIII International economic summit “Russia – the Islamic world: KazanSummit 2022” at...
May 20, 2022
During the “Session on Accreditation of Halal Certification Bodies in the Russian Federation and in the OIC Countries”, the Halal...
April 5, 2022
Chairman of the Halal Standards Committee Abbyas Hazrat Shlyaposhnikov, as part of the delegation of the Republic of Tatarstan, headed...
All about Halal

Islam prescribes the righteous Muslim to adhere to religious precepts. The main goal of the faithful is to keep the commands of the Most High. A true believer does only what is permitted by Allah (halal), and refuses what is forbidden by the Almighty (haram). So, halal food is all that is allowed to be eaten according to the norms of Shari’ah, Islamic law. This primarily guarantees safety and health benefits to humans. Therefore, in halal recipes there are no harmful preservatives and additives, and foodstuffs strictly comply with the requirements of storage and shelf life. Not only forbidden foods should be avoided, but also those whose permissibility you are not sure of. read more

Questions and answers
Halal Sushi – reality or fantasy?

The market of Japanese cuisine is very popular. Rolls, sushi are made from rice and various seafood, as well as other ingredients. Today in Kazan there are many establishments ready... read more

Let me welcome you to the website of the Halal Standard Committee with a Muslim greeting:

«Assalamu aleykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh».

We are always happy to help in good endeavors. Thus I am sure that you will find a reliable partner for your business in our Halal Standard Committee. We value your time and consumer confidence.

Respectfully yours, Abbyas Shlyaposhnikov
Chairman of the Halal Committee