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Halal Standards Committee participated in CNR FOOD ISTANBUL EXPO

From August 31 to September 3, CNR Food Istanbul, the 9th International Exhibition of Food, Beverage, Food Processing, Storage, Refrigeration Systems, Logistics and Store Equipment, took place in the capital of the Republic of Turkey.

The Turkish Halal Certification Body GIMDES invited the Halal Standards Committee to take part in the event. Akhmad Kirgizbekov was delegated by the Committee as a representative of the organization. The employee took part in the exhibition and in the 14th International Halal and Tayyib Conference organized by GIMDES, as well as participated in a round table and held a number of meetings with halal producers, during which the entry of foreign companies into the Russian market was discussed.

Ahmad Kirgizbekov met with WHC (World Halal Council) President Zafer Gedikli and GIMDES President Dr. Hussein Kami Buyukozer, as well as members of the technical committee and GIMDES auditor Menaf Yildiz and Ali Riza Kurum.

As part of the meeting with the presidents of WHC and GIMDES, Akhmad Kirgizbekov conveyed greetings on behalf of the leadership of the Halal Standards Committee and spoke about the activities of the Committee. The parties shared their experience in the field of certification and development of the halal industry, discussed the principles of work of certification bodies.

In a conversation with Menaf Yildiz and Ali Riza Kurum, the methods used and approaches to solving modern Sharia issues that arise in the sphere of what is permitted and forbidden in Islam were discussed.

Representatives of GIMDES expressed their readiness for further cooperation and exchange of experience, and also invited the staff of the Committee to study in Turkey on the basis of GIMDES.

“We had a very warm and pleasant conversation, exchanged information about the work of our organizations and achievements,” shared a member of the Committee.

As a symbolic gift, marking the friendly relations between WHC, GIMDES and the Halal Standards Committee, the parties exchanged printed publications.

“I was presented with the manual “Permissible and forbidden in nutrition and not only”, compiled by the Committee, and Mr. Menaf, the book “Yeniden G?da Raporu”, written directly by Dr. Hussein Kami Buyukozer, President of GIMDES,” explained Akhmad Kirgizbekov.

CNR Food Istanbul is one of the most important meetings of the global food industry, bringing together producers, exporters, merchants and international representatives.

Exhibition Organizers: ITF Istanbul Trade Fairs and CNR Holding together with TGDF – Turkey Federation of Food and Beverage Associations, PAKDER – Association of Agricultural Producers, Grains, Pulses, Processing and Packaging), AKIB – Mediterranean Exporters Associations, T?G?DER – Foreign Trade Association food products.

Press service of the Halal Standards Committee

Benefits of Certification

What are the advantages of a certified institution from a non-certified one?

What are the strengths of the enterprise after passing the stages of certification?

Of the main it is worth highlighting:

  • Increasing the level of consumer confidence, in general, and Muslim buyers, in particular;
  • Increasing the competence of employees in matters of hygienic standards for food production, in matters of the canonical norms of Islam regarding food production;
  • Confidence that you use only permitted raw materials for the production of your own products;
  • Confidence in the quality of the raw materials used;
  • Availability of access to the database of halal suppliers;
  • Creation of conditions for the qualitative growth of the company, namely:
  • Growth in brand value. A buyer who trusts the manufacturer buys more often, more easily and more;
  • Growth of business competitiveness. An organization that has been certified and operates under the Halal brand stands out from the rest;
  • Increasing the level of personal responsibility of the organization in the eyes of customers. If your brand is “Halal”, then you work only with proven raw materials and with proven suppliers.

The results of an anonymous survey conducted among the partners of the ChUKKP “Committee for the Halal Standard” indicate the following:

– Increase in the target audience of the brand;

– Increased traffic outside rush hour;

– Growth of brand awareness;

— Increased loyalty among brand customers;

Thus, based on the foregoing, it becomes clear that certification “does not burden” the business, but only helps it grow and reach a new level.

Salih Pateev

How to increase consumer confidence?

What is trust? Trust is the expectation that members of a society or a particular social group will behave honestly, showing readiness for mutual assistance in accordance with generally accepted norms and customs. Such behavior is more effective than behavior based on rational calculation and formal rules that must be constantly developed, agreed upon, defended in court, and then enforced, including with the help of coercive measures [1].

Trust is also one of the main conditions for achieving the goals of effective entrepreneurship between business partners. Many researchers prove that trust in modern conditions acquires the status of an economic category. It becomes an important factor that must be taken into account when developing a company’s development strategy.

Trust between the manufacturer and the buyer is based on such qualities as:

  • High level of social responsibility;
  • The coincidence of the values ??of the consumer and the company;
  • Compliance of the declared level of quality of the product/service with the actual one;
  • Accumulated experience of the company in the market;
  • Customer care [2];

The above qualities are combined in brands operating on the Halal system.

Voluntary certification through the Halal system allows enterprises to demonstrate to consumers their openness and confidence in their own product.

It is important for Muslim consumers to find a response to their requests among manufacturers. When a customer’s values ??align with the company’s, they will use the company’s products more easily and more frequently.

Passing certification by the Halal certification system is a step towards taking care of the client.

[1] Master’s thesis “Communication support for brand trust in the field of higher education” Golomidova K.A. (“Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin”);

[2] Master’s thesis “Trust as a factor in improving the efficiency of business firms: country analysis” Pidodniy A. V. (“Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin”)

Salih Pateev

Why official certification is better?

CHUKKP “Committee for the Halal Standard under the Central Regional Directorate of the Spiritual Muslim Board of the Republic of Tatarstan” is the only official Committee for the Halal Standard under the Spiritual Administration of Muslims in the Republic of Tatarstan.

What does it mean?

  1. Fast certification in three stages: application submission, application review and certificate issuance;
  2. The cost of the Committee’s services is in the lower price range;
  3. The Committee provides access to a wide database of halal producers located not only in Russia, but also abroad;
  4. The committee is trusted. Our partners are KFC, Calve, Agrosila, Chelny Broiler, Makfa, TM Indyuzhyna, Akashevo, Zelenodolsk Dairy Plant;
  5. The opinion of the Committee is an opinion based on the legislative fatwas of the Mufti of the Republic of Tatarstan;
  6. The Committee has a clear system of work based on technical documents;
  7. Committee 18 years in the certification market. This is one of the first organizations in Russia that began to certify enterprises for compliance with Halal standards;
  8. The employees of the Committee are a competent team with specialized experience;
  9. The committee works only on the basis of contractual relations.

Thus, the benefits of official certification allow enterprises and industries to quickly and easily expand their own customer base and win the trust of consumers.

Salih Pateev

As part of KazanSummit 2022, the Halal Standards Committee held a panel discussion

May 20, 2022 within the framework of the XIII International economic summit “Russia – the Islamic world: KazanSummit 2022” at the site of Russia Halal Expo, a “Session on the accreditation of Halal certification bodies in the Russian Federation and in the OIC countries” was held, organized by the Halal Standards Committee and the Centralized religious organisation – religion board of muslims of the Republic of Tatarstan with the support of World Halal day.

During the session, the following issues were considered and discussed: the search for ways to unify halal certification standards, the exchange of experience with foreign colleagues and the creation of a unified national halal accreditation system.

The speakers were heads of state bodies, representatives of Russian and international bodies for accreditation, standardization and certification, including:

Ihsan Ovut, Secretary General of SMIIC (Turkey), spoke about the “OIC/SMIIC Halal Standards and Halal Quality Infrastructure”.

Zafer Soylu, Chairman of the Board (HAK) of the Halal Accreditation Agency of the Republic of Turkey, commented on “The Role of Trust in Halal Trade”.

Marzuki Hassan, General Director of JAKIM (Malaysia), made a presentation on the topic: “Accreditation of Halal Certification Bodies in an OIC Member Country”.

Marina Patyashina, Head of the Department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare in the Republic of Tatarstan, emphasized the importance of complying with food safety and quality requirements, as well as confirming halal labeling with a certificate of conformity.

Rustam Khasenevich, Head of the BelHalal Center for Standardization, Deputy and Official Advisor to the Mufti of Belarus, reviewed the “Development of Halal certification bodies through accreditation in the Islamic world.”

Aidar Gazizov, Head of the Halal International Center for Standardization and Certification of the Council of Muftis of the Russian Federation, in his speech highlighted the accreditation of certification bodies as a key condition for the successful development of the Halal industry.

Dr. Vinay Dahlan, Director of the Halal Science Center, Chulalongkorn University, shared with the panellists information and features of accreditation and certification of halal products in Thailand.

В завершении сессии председатель Комитета по стандарту «Халяль» ДУМ РТ Аббяс хазрат Шляпошников подчеркнул важность рассмотренного на сессии вопроса аккредитации органов по сертификации Халяль, выразил слова благодарности спикерам и вручил памятные подарки.

С записью панельной дискуссии вы можете ознакомиться по ссылке (время с 07:21:00): https://facecast.net/w/jz2bkl?autorun=false

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KazanSummit 2022: The Committee signed two memorandums

During the “Session on Accreditation of Halal Certification Bodies in the Russian Federation and in the OIC Countries”, the Halal Standards Committee and the Centralized religious organisation – religion board of muslims of the Republic of Tatarstan signed two cooperation agreements.

The first memorandum of cooperation was concluded with the Belarusian Center for Standardization and Certification “Halal” – “BelHalal” LLC. The chairman of the Halal Standards Committee of the DUM RT Shlyaposhnikov Abbyas Fatihovich and the head of BelHalal LLC Khasenevich Rustam Alexandrovich participated in the signing.

The second memorandum was signed between the Halal Standards Committee and the Halal Science Center of Chulalongkorn University, represented by the director of the organization, Dr. Vinai Dahlana.

Press service of the Halal Standards Committee 

March 30-31: working visit to the Republic of Senegal

Chairman of the Halal Standards Committee Abbyas Hazrat Shlyaposhnikov, as part of the delegation of the Republic of Tatarstan, headed by the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, took part in the business forum “Tatarstan – Senegal” in Dakar.

The main purpose of the official visit of the Tatarstan delegation was expressed by its leader R. Minnikhanov:

“It is very important for us to find good reliable partners, industry and agriculture are developed in our region, we are ready to work in these areas. In turn, favorable conditions for investors have been created in Senegal and this is a good hub to move on to other West African countries.”

As part of the program of the forum, Abbyas Hazrat Shlyaposhnikov made a presentation at the round table and held a number of working meetings with representatives of Senegal’s business circles.

During the meeting with the Director General of the Senegalese Association for Standardization (Association S?n?galaise de Normalization (ASN) El-Hadj Abdurakhman Ndion, interaction issues were discussed, and a memorandum of understanding and cooperation was concluded between the Senegalese Association for Standardization and the Halal Standard Committee of the MSB RT The parties agreed on cooperation and exchange of experience in the field of Halal standardization and certification, as well as on joint work to expand opportunities in bilateral trade in Halal products between the Republic of Senegal and Tatarstan.

In his speech, at the round table of the business forum “Tatarstan – Senegal”, Abbyas Khazrat outlined the main directions and tasks for the development of the Halal industry in the Republic of Tatarstan. The report noted the significant work and support carried out by the President and the Government of the Republic of Tatarstan in the field of Halal – the expansion of production and export of Halal products, the introduction of the HALAL LIFE STYLE project at the state level, the integration of Halal principles into various sectors of the economy of Tatarstan: agriculture, food industry, tourism , medicine, IT-technologies.

The Chairman of the Committee also noted that the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Tajikistan provide all possible support to the republican producers in Halal products.

“The first steps have already been taken in this direction – food products are being supplied from Tatarstan to the countries of the Arab world. A number of our manufacturing enterprises are now ready to supply their products to the OIC countries,” he added.

At the end of his speech, Hazrat Abbyas invited colleagues from the Republic of Senegal to the exhibition of the halal industry “Russia Halal Expo”, which will be held on May 19-21 at the site of the international economic summit “Russia – Islamic World: KazanSummit”.

Press service of the Halal Standards Committee

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