9th, Oct 2023
Conference opens at 10am
Brazil, one of the worldwide leaders in the Halal Business, will be present at the Anuga Halal Conference and will also offer a live Halal Cooking Show with the presence of Football Legend Giovane Elber on October 10th!
The halal market is growing rapidly, with increasing demand for halal products and services across the globe. The conference aims to bring together experts and industry players to exchange ideas, share experiences, and explore opportunities for growth and innovation in the halal industry. With the halal industry projected to reach over $9 trillion by 2025, it is crucial for businesses to understand the industry and its potential. However, demand for halal food is also growing in other regions such as Europe and North America, where the Muslim population is increasing and non-Muslim consumers are also showing interest in halal products due to concerns about food safety and quality. Overall, the halal market is a significant and fast-growing market with increasing demand for halal products across a range of sectors.
ANUGA World Halal Food and Services Conference 2023 promises to be a vital networking hub, where companies can showcase their offerings, share best practices, and collaborate with global leaders. Together, let's drive innovation and growth in the halal industry and reinforce ANUGA's position as a premier global food and beverage exhibition.
Projected to exceed $9 trillion by 2025, the halal industry's potential is undeniable. Our focus on halal food products and services in Europe will encompass vital topics like certification, emerging trends, and standardization. Engage with leading analysts, halal integrity agencies, and successful certified companies in insightful presentations and panel discussions.
Given that new companies are always being founded and that already-existing organisations may combine or cease operations, it is challenging to pinpoint the precise number of halal certification authorities in operation worldwide. There are, however, reportedly more than 500 halal certifying organisations globally.
The lack of standardisation and uniformity among certifying bodies is one of the industry's biggest issues or shortcomings. There isn't yet a universal standard for halal certification, and various certification organisations may use different standards to certify products as halal. Customers may get confused as a result, and businesses may find it challenging to secure halal certification.
Additionally, certain certification bodies have engaged in fraud and misuse of the halal label in the past, which jeopardises the reputation of the entire sector. As a result, calls have been made for tighter supervision and monitoring of halal certifying organisations.
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