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Critical Ingredients in Food Medicine- Jamia Ruqayyah lilbinaat

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Transcript of Critical Ingredients in Food Medicine- Jamia Ruqayyah lilbinaat

BAKERY
PRODUCTS

HOSPITALITY PRODUCTS
baking fats
Lard

BEVERAGE
PRODUCTS

baking fats
Lard

Amino Acids
Colourants
Flavourants
Clarification agent
SNACK
PRODUCTS

baking fats
Lard

CONFECTIONERY
PRODUCTS

baking fats
Lard

Gelatine
Liquor
Glycerin
Colourants
Flavourants
Basting Brushes
Meat
Sauces
Bakery Ingredients
Cooking Oil
Dairy Ingredients
Critical Ingredients
in Food & Medicine

Widespread Misconception
Advancement of
Food Technology
Population Growth / Intensive Farming
a
baking fats
Lard

Fortification agents
Flour improver /
Baking fats
Basting brushes
Pan-grease
Dough Conditioners
A Glimpse of
Critical Areas

Fats
Par frying agent
Cheese Powder
Whey Powder
© Copyright SANHA
Conclusion
Motivation not Coercion
Proactive industry approach
Religious obligation
Halaal alternatives
Education and awareness
Shukran!
www.sanha.org.pk
Seasoning
Corn starch under crossed polars
DAIRY
PRODUCTS

baking fats
Lard

Colourants
Gelatine
Stabilizers
Flavourants
CULINARY
PRODUCTS

baking fats
Lard

What Food Fortification Is

Food fortification is the practice of adding essential vitamins and minerals (e.g. iron, vitamin A, folic acid, iodine) to staple foods to improve their nutritional content.
Baking additives
Food & Beverage 63%
Industry Usage
Alcohol
Alcohol
Haraam
Are all these products having Ethanol,
Haraam?
Ethyl alcohol may also naturally be found in fruits & fruit juices
What is the legal Shar’ie status of different types of alcohols?
Vinegar manufacturing industry
Flavoures &
Fragrances
Food Dyes
Candy Glazes
various sprays
Any of a class of organic compounds formed when a hydroxyl group (–OH) is substituted for a hydrogen atom in a hydrocarbon.
What is Alcohol?
Sources of Gelatine
Skin/Hides
Bones
Collagen
Sources of Gelatine
Pig: consensus - Haraam

Cattle: zabihah – Halaal; non-zabihah – Haraam

Poultry: as above

Fish: consensus - Halaal
Shari'ah Ruling
Gelatine Manufacturing
Pharmaceuticals 5%
Photography & Technical 27%
Nutrition and Cosmetics 5%
Enzymes
Rennet
Frying Oil
Is there any difference between industrial alcohol and khamr?

Every khamr is alcohol.

Every alcohol is not khamr.

The misunderstanding is due to perception that every alcohol is equated to khamr which is haraam.
The state of purity & impurity ( Taharah, Najasah) and legal Shar’ie status of permissibility and impermissibility should be defined and understood separately.

Halaal wines
Enzyme
Egg Impurities & Blood
Taurine
Mufti Ahsan Zafar - Director
SANHA, Pakistan
Halaal Training WORKSHOP
Jamia Ruqayyah lilbinaat
PHARMACEUTICAL & COSMETICS PRODUCTS
baking fats
Lard

Insulin
GELATINE
Hormones
Glycerin/
Glycerol
Mono di- and triglycerides

Magnesium Stearate

Alcohol
Halaal Alternatives
Halaal Alternatives
Halaal Alternatives
Halaal Alternatives
Halaal Alternatives
Pakistan Halal Authority
SANHA is among the founder members of the World Halaal Council.
SANHA is internationally recognised by both Muslim countries and official organisations such as JAKIM (Malaysia), MUIS (Singapore), the Halaal Science Centre/CICOT (Thailand), United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and Sri Lanka among others.
SANHA members are represented on the PSQCA halaal technical committee.
SANHA currently certifies over 1500 establishments in South Africa, Pakistan, Oman, West Africa, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, UAE, Europe & India.
SANHA has been established in the early nineties however it carries with itself the experience of four decades since its members were active in halaal food certification since the 1960.
More than 200 Muslim staff are in the direct and indirect employ of SANHA.
The most fundamental and critical of all areas in the service of Halaal certification is maintaining and monitoring the halaal program through regular inspections.
Multinational corporations such as Pepsico, Unilever, Nestle, Kraft Foods and Pfizer, as well as cottage industries are included amongst the vast array of SANHA Halaal Certified companies.
SANHA's Regulatory Department has evaluated more than 60,000 raw materials which are saved in our database.
Salient features of SANHA
www.sanha.org.pk
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