ISO 22000 Certification in Kenya, an internationally recognized standard, combines the ISO 9001 approach for food safety management with HACCP to ensure food security. This standard shows how an organization can demonstrate its ability to manage safety hazards and ensure food safety.
Food safety is a worldwide concern. It is the assurance that food will be safe from illness or injury. Therefore, we can certify many ISO 22000 Certifications in Kenya.
Any organization can obtain ISO 22000 Certification in Kenya for its food supply chain. This standard incorporates the principles of the Codex Alimentarius Commission’s Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. Auditable requirements combine the HACCP plan and prerequisite programs with other requirements for food safety.
Why do we need an ISO 22000 Certificate in Kenya?
FSMS development is a proactive, systematic, and logical approach to solving food safety issues.
The standard’s structure closely matches that of international standards. This joint approach is designed to allow organizations to integrate a single management program that meets the requirements for two or more management system standards (ISO 9001 span)
What is the benefit of ISO 22000 Certification for Kenya?
- Using the ISO 22000 standard to establish internationally accepted processes in your business can be a great way to do so.
- ISO 22000 certification will give you confidence in your hazard control systems and allow you to implement these controls throughout your supply chain
- Transparency around accountability and responsibilities
- Keep your system up-to-date and improve it.
What is HALAL Certification in Kenya?
Halal, an Arabic word meaning permissible, is a term that can be translated as “halal.” Halal certification in Kenya means the product is acceptable or proper according to Islamic law. This certification is only granted to products from a reliable source, such as a cow/chicken, slaughtered by Islamic law.
Why it is essential to be Halal Certified
Nearly 4 million Muslims live in the United States, and there are 2 billion Muslims worldwide. The market is valued at USD 2 trillion and has seen a rapid increase in value over the past several years. CNBC reports that the highest growth in Halal products will be seen in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and personal care industries as demand for Halal products grows.
Halal Certification in Kenya Process
Companies must go through a three-step process to obtain Halal Certification. This includes
- Evaluation – explanation of the company and why you need to receive Halal Certification
- Inspection – Onsite inspection of plant and processes
- Certification — After the inspection and evaluation are completed, the certificate will be issued to the organization if it passes.
The benefits of Halal Certification in Kenya
- Opportunity to tap into a global Halal food marketplace of approximately 2 billion people (the Middle East and the Asia Pacific, EU. USA, LATAM. Central Asia).
- The Halal logo is an authoritative, independent, and reliable witness to help Halal food claims.
- 20% profit on a larger market share: There is no loss to non-Muslim clients/markets
- Increase the marketability of products for Muslim markets/countries
- A low-cost investment in comparison to multiple increases in revenues
- Image boosts in meeting varied customer needs.
- Enhance food preparation hygiene
- Increase food quality to meet international standards
Why choose Factocert for ISO 22000 Certification and HALAL certification in Kenya?
Fcatocert is one of the top ISO 14001 Certification Consultants in Kenya. We offer the most cost-effective ISO Certification, CE Mark, HALAL, and HACCP Certifications. This includes auditing, training, and documentation. We also provide services in Kenyan cities like Nairobi, Eldoret, Malindi, and Garissa.
Factocert is a HALAL Certification agency in Kenya that can guarantee our clients the best HALAL certification rates. However, to make it easy for consumers and suppliers to identify Halal food products, they must be labeled using Halal terms or similar terms. If the process is not defined, there could be confusion. For more email@example.com