“Halal” certificate given to “Sherbet” sweets producer

2 July 2014 13:04

Crimean company “Sherbet” that produces western sweets got the “Halal” certificate that proves that the produced products meet all the norms of Shariah, Religious Administration of Muslims of Crimea reported.

The certificate confirms that production of this manufacturer is acceptable for consuming by Muslims, as Halal means acceptable by Islamic food restrictions, not containing forbidden ingredients.

Deputy Mufti of Crimea Aider Ismailov gave the certificate to company’s director Khalil Koroglu on July 1.

According to examination of the products, such as nougat, rahat lakoum, baklava and the others there were no forbidden ingredients in the “Sherbet” sweets.

The certificate is given for 1 year, and then the company should be examined again.

The religious Administration of Muslims of Crimea has given the “Halal” certificate to the sausage producer in Trudovoye settlement of Crimea on August 1, 2013.