Why need HACCP and HALAL-certified gloves?
To serve the food industry and Muslim’s communities HALAL-oriented businesses with high standards of safety and hygiene.
What is HACCP and HALAL?
HACCP (‘Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point’) is a systematic preventive approach to food safety from biological, chemical, and physical hazards in production processes that can cause the finished product to be unsafe and designs measures to reduce these risks to a safe level. Simply said, HACCP is a food safety management system.
Halal under the Malaysian system, products must be made from materials or ingredients allowed under Islamic law. Halal foods are lawful and permitted to be eaten by Muslims. Muslims are not allowed to consume foods or beverages that are Haram (forbidden) such as pork, animal fats, and alcoholic beverages.
Who issued the certification?
Excia’s HACCP and HALAL certificate was issued by Pearl Certification Sdn Bhd and the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) respectively. Both certifications are well-recognized internationally.
Which products are certified under HACCP and HALAL?
Excia’s disposable gloves 9300 and 9410 are produced and packed in an HACCP system certified facility. Both HALAL gloves are certified by JAKIM.
What is the difference between Food Safe Test and HACCP?
|Food Safe Test
|Process / System – CCP (critical control point)
|Finished product testing
|Product production process
|EN 1186-1:2002/ FDA – Food contact testing (overall migration)
|HACCP Codex Alimentarius (Food hygiene)
|To ensure safe contact with foods without contamination
|To prevent, reduce and eliminate the occurrence of food safety hazards.
Note: Products that produced under HACCP not necessary pass food safe test.