FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Blackmores Halal?
Majority of our products are Halal certified. We are working to maximise the Halal certification and more and more products will have the Halal logo over time.
All our products do not contain porcine and alcohol.
Who is the certifying body & where is it certified?
Our products are certified by various bodies in Australia and our ingredient suppliers. We work with various accreditation organisations who review those products and audit our premises, processes and suppliers to provide assurance that the ingredients have been prepared in a way that is acceptable to people of Muslim faith.
Why some products do not have halal logo on the bottle label?
Please be noted that all health supplements label need to be approved by KKM/ MOH, therefore if the halal certificate has just been issued / renewed recently, the halal logo may not be printed on the bottle label. You may refer to our website to access the halal certificates. It may take some time for the new label with halal logo to reach marketplace.
Is your halal accreditation recognised by JAKIM?
Yes, all our halal accreditation is recognised by JAKIM. Below are some of the accreditation organisations that we work with:
Australian Halal Authority and Advisers (AHAA) We are established to provide a reliable and professional ‘end to end’ Halal consulting, endorsement, certification, audit and monitoring services across a wide range of local and global industries.
Our certification is based on the most stringent and conservative Halal requirements and guidelines accepted by all Islamic school of thoughts and include assessment and ongoing monitoring of processes, products and personnel involved from the provider to the consumer.
Taiwan Halal Integrity Development Association
Taiwan Halal Integrity Development Association (THIDA) is a non-profit organization that promotes Taiwanese –made certified Halal products. By the end of 2012, THIDA united and received unanimous agreements from the nationwide Muslim associations for its leading and exclusive role in Halal certification.
After years of international commitment, THIDA’s scrutiny over Halal standards has won cross-border approvals and mutual recognition from the Malaysian JAKIM, Singaporean MUIS, and Indonesian MUI. Furthermore, THIDA is one of the honorary members of the International Halal Integrity Alliance (IHI) and the World Halal Food Council (WHFC).
Halal Certification Authority (HCA)
Halal Certification Authority (HCA) was established to help manufacturers gain a larger slice of the lucrative Halal food market. HCA aims to be the most reliable, credible and professional certifier of Halal food. Founded in 1993, HCA quickly became the largest certifier in its first year of business. HCA is still a market leader. HCA is a founding member of World Halal Food Council and World Halal Council.