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The Getting Halal Certified for the SEA Market 2021 presents halal food certification requirements in the Southeast Asia (SEA) region, one of the largest halal food markets, importing US$ 58.8 billion of halal food in 2019. For the analysis of this Report, the SEA region covers 5 closely linked countries - Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Thailand.

The Report provides a guide to halal certification process for the SEA region including estimated costs, timing to get the certifications, and the recognized certifiers globally and locally to engage with. The requirements covered are for those manufacturers/distributors exporting to SEA from other SEA countries as well as from countries outside the region, and for SEA domestic manufacturers. 

The Report covers the global and the SEA halal regulatory landscape, halal food standards across the region, variations in the halal standards adopted by the member countries, classification of Harmonized System (HS) food specific codes according the level of certification required, the halal certification process, certification cost and audit time, and ways to optimize the halal certification process in the SEA market. 

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Key questions addressed

• Who are the key standards setting bodies in the SEA?
• What are the key halal food and safety standards in the SEA?
• To what extent do the halal food standards in the region vary from one another?  
• To what extent do the food categories (from the HS codes) require more time and effort to get halal certified in the SEA? 
• What is the step-by-step process of halal certification in the SEA? 
• Which halal certifiers globally are accredited by relevant bodies from the SEA?
• What is the cost and time taken to get halal certified in the SEA?
• How can I optimize halal certifications across multiple markets in the SEA?

     Countries covered

    • Malaysia
    • Indonesia
    • Singapore 
    • Brunei
    • Thailand

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