Issue No.208 – October 2022 : Rabiul Awwal 1444
Thousands of substances, compounds and combinations are added to food and drinks for processing, packaging and storing to increase their desirability. This together with global sources of supply present enormous challenges in Halaal certification. Therefore collaboration with logistical support from the scientific frontline becomes an essential requirement for Halaal certification.
One of the memberships SANHA enjoys is with the South African Association of the Flavour & Fragrance Industry (SAAFFI) whose objective is the spread of knowledge and the broadening of the skills base within South Africa through courses for post graduate qualifications offered at University as well as ongoing Training Workshops and low cost Precise Short Training Courses (PSTC). For details of SAAFFI and their activities go to www.saaffi.co.za
In conjunction with SANHA, SAAFFI are presenting an important online course on Halaal. Suitable for personnel in Applications, Management, Marketing, Operations, Procurement, Product Development, Quality Assurance, Raw Material Suppliers, Regulatory, R&D, Sales and Technical.
|SAAFFI COURSE REFERENCE: HALAAL 26102022
DATE: WEDNESDAY, 26 OCTOBER 2022
TIME: 09H00 – 12H30
THE TRAINING WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE FOLLOWED BY AN ONLINE LIVE Q&A SESSION.
COME PREPARED WITH YOUR QUESTIONS
1st Session: The Layman’s Guide to Halaal Rules and Regulations – Moulana Haamid Mulla
2nd Session: The Food Producer’s Guide to Halaal Certification – Mufti Mohamed Y Seedat
Halaal means that a food is “fit or proper” according to Muslim dietary laws. These laws specify the types of food that may be eaten and provide strict guidelines for preparing, processing and inspecting these foods.
Halaal certification is seen by many as a quality standard. Most foods are potentially easy to certify as Halaal. The key is auditing of food producers that seek Halaal certification.
The process of Halaal certification has been radically affected by deep changes in the food industry and by the fact that more that 80% of the products offered by the industry contain pre-processed ingredients. Industrialization presents marvelous opportunities, but the steady pace of change in industrial procedures and the complexity of foodstuffs and ingredients also present significant challenges for the Halaal certification process.
This short course will give a good overview of the laws of Halaal and detail the requirements and processes for Halaal certification by SANHA.
For booking and cost details:-
GENERAL INFORMATION COST
R650 pp for SAAFFI members 09h00 – 12h30
(one free place for each SAAFFI member) Wednesday 26 October 2022
R800 pp for non-members of SAAFFI
DEADLINE LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION (English)
Bookings close Friday, 21st Oct 2022
Payment due by Monday 24th Oct 2022
PAYMENT: COST INCLUDES:
Invoicing by Sharon Bolel & Associates on Certificate of Attendance issued by SAAFFI and on behalf of SAAFFI. Course notes where applicable.
Invoices emailed in response to bookings.
Only those who have paid in time will be able to attend.
Your unique online link will be sent to you on confirmation of booking and receipt of payment.
TO BOOK CLICK HERE https://saaffi.co.za/events/the-ins-outs-of-halaal-producing-halaal-foods-and-other-fmcg-products/
DO YOURSELF A FLAVOUR – TRAIN IN THE HALAAL WAY
Reminder: SANHA AGM on Sunday 30th October, 2022 – click here