Conditions of Certification
  • Certificates are not issued until the proper Application Procedure has been fulfilled.
  • This entails the Enquiry and Application from the applicant followed by SANHA Evaluations and Inspections. (See Halaal Certification Process)
  • Each step must be duly followed and relevant conditions met.
  • All Halaal requirements set by SANHA PAKISTAN must be fulfilled.
  • If your establishment is a fast-food chain or operates under a franchise scheme, it is imperative that a separate application and agreement be concluded between SANHA and the franchisor as a first step
  • Only Halaal food and beverages approved by SANHA PAKISTAN are to be served, sold, stored and/or processed on the approved premises.
  • Pork, its by-products and any other non-Halaal items including alcoholic beverages should not be served, sold, stored and/or processed on the approved premises.
  • Qualified Muslims must slaughter all meat or poultry used in accordance with the uniform standards set out by SANHA PAKISTAN.
  • All Halaal certificates / licenses (other than SANHA's) - whether with respect to local or imported meat, poultry or by-products of the same - must be issued by those Islamic authorities recognized and approved by SANHA PAKISTAN.
  • All animal-based ingredients must be derived from a Halaal source approved by SANHA PAKISTAN.
  • Halaal foods should not in the course of preparation, processing, transportation or storage be in contact with non-Halaal foods. Cross-contamination must be avoided at all times.
  • All crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils and equipment, chillers, freezers and cold rooms must be cleansed under the supervision of SANHA's appointed official(s) if they have been used previously for the preparation of non-Halaal food.
  • Staff should not be allowed to bring non-Halaal foods and beverages onto the premises.