Halal Regulations, Process & Trends for Food Businesses Today

The only workshop for F&B in Singapore that will give you an overview of what it takes to get halal certification, and walk you through the steps in the process  brought to you by iCHEF and the SME Centre @ SMCCI. 

 

Do you know what halal means? 

Halal is an Arabic word meaning lawful or permitted. 

 

Did you know it applies for the following:

Food products

Meat products

Cosmetics

Personal care products

Pharmaceuticals

Food ingredients, and

Food contact materials

 

Shura Ishak, Senior Business Advisor specialising in F&B, Retail, Halal and Startups

Shura Ishak, Senior Business Advisor specialising in F&B, Retail, Halal and Startups

Let our expert, Shura Ishak from SME Centre @ SMCCI, clarify some common misconceptions and answer your questions. 

After completing her degree in Islamic Law, Shura started her career with the SME Centre at
SMCCI in 2007.

During her tenure Shura has rendered business advice in Halal matters, financial Syariah compliant principles and general matters to more than 2800 SMEs including the aspiring entrepreneurs and SMEs.

She has rendered business advice in halal matters and successfully helped SMEs and social enterprises to have their food products halal certified. (This is also her favourite topic!)

 

If you're weighing the pros and cons of taking the halal route, this is an opportunity to get a clearer idea of what it entails and how it can impact your business.

 

Register early to avoid disappointment because we have limited seats.

When: 29 August (Tuesday)

2.30 - 4.30 pm

Where: DBS Asia Central, MBFC Tower 3

 

 

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