Prohibited to you are dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been

dedicated to other than Allah, and [those animals] killed by strangling or by a violent

blow or by a head-long fall or by the goring of horns, and those from which a wild ani-

mal has eaten, except what you [are able to] slaughter [before its death], and those

which are sacrificed on stone altars, … (Al-ma’idah 5, 3)

Oval:

HAS

THE ISLAMIC COMMUNITY OF SERBIA

HALAL AGENCY SERBIA

HAS CERTIFICATION FLOW CHART

For the procedures of Halal Certification

 DESK AUDIT

 Check documents, request for additional documents or information, etc.

Approved

Not Approved

ONSITE AUDIT:

A visit of HAS Auditors to the Company to check the Production Facilities and Production lines from the point where raw materials arrive until the point where the final products stored in order to get a complete Audit Report.

STAGE II

RE-CHECK NCs:

Lead Auditor and Technical Advisor conduct review of the Audit Report in Cooperation with the Company to Re-check Onsite Audit to see if the Non-Conformities have been closed.

AUDIT TEAM REPORT:

When NCs are closed, the Audit Team submits a Complete Audit Report to HAS Certificate Decision Committee for approval.

Approved

Not Approved

THE FEES INVOICE:

An invoice of the Certification Fees is issued to the Company to make the payment to Halal Agency Serbia of The Islamic Community  of Serbia.

HALAL CERTIFICATE:

HAS issues Halal Certificate for the Company products that were certified.

STAGE III

FINAL

STAGE

Company Application

HAS suggestions for possible corrections

The Administrative Body of HAS does the Primary Documents Evaluation for approval.

STAGE I

Halal doo

(Halal Agency Serbia)

Gospodar Jevremova 11

11000 Belgrade

Republic of Serbia

Phone:+381 11 3035 285

Phone/Fax: +381 11 2622 428

E-mail: info@halal.rs

Website: www.halal.rs

Dear Producer,

Don’t miss your opportunity to enter the Islamic Market, the most expanding market in world by getting Halal Certificate for your products!

According to The Economist, the global Islamic market was worth over $3.6 trillion in 2013, and the market is projected to be worth over $5 trillion by 2020.