Halal Food Industry

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C ONTENTS
FOREWORD BY CEO

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ABOUT HDC

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SUCCESSFUL HALAL STORIES
MM VITAOILS SDN BHD

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KART FOOD INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

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FA HERBS SDN BHD

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HALAGEL (M) SDN BHD

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CLARA INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY GROUP SDN BHD

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AYS SDN BHD

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HEALWELL PHARMACEUTICALS SDN BHD

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HPA INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

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LEE KUM KEE (M) FOOD SDN BHD

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NATURAL WELLNESS HOLDINGS SDN BHD

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SYDNEY CAKE HOUSE SDN BHD

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BIOFACT LIFE SDN BHD

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ECOLITE BIOTECH MANUFACTURING SDN BHD

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JEENHUAT FOODSTUFF INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

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MUSLIM BEST MARKETING SDN BHD

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AL-MESWAK MU’MIN SDN BHD

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NORAINIS COOKIES WORLDWIDE SDN BHD

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SAL’S FOOD INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

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COCOAHOUSE INDUSTRIES SDN BHD

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GLOBAL ABBATOIR (M) SDN BHD

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FOREWORD BY THE CEO

DATO’ SERI JAMIL BIN BIDIN
Chief Executive Office

Halal products and services are fast gaining worldwide recognition as a new benchmark for safety and quality assurance. Many of the proponents of the Halal value proposition are humble Malaysian players who have dared to venture into the global market. These players with the undying support of HDC will assist the Malaysian government in continuing to raise the standards for Halal in line with changing global trends and building on the growth and development of halal industry.

I am most grateful to Allah S.W.T. for the successful publication of the first HDC Halal Success Stories. This is one of many initiatives under the Capacity Building initiative, which looks at developing the local players into global champions.

The purpose of this publication is to showcase Malaysian players who have notable achievements in the Halal industry. This publication will showcase success stories of selected Halal industry manufacturers with proven track record and performance resilience in both the domestic and international arena. I take this opportunity to congratulate these players for their remarkable accomplishment and I appreciate the commitment extended to the HDC’s inaugural publication of Halal Success Stories. HDC recognizes the value and contribution extended by these elite groups of Halal manufacturers and it is our responsibilities as the leading Government halal agency to groom and develop these high achievers for the sustainable global dominance via our Halal Champion Programme. HDC’s ultimate goal is to enhance the capacity and the capabilities of the halal producers, especially the Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs). I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and all the supporting agencies that have supported us in this publication of HDC Halal Success Stories. Lastly, I hope that this publication will spearhead more Halal players in pursuing similar aspiration of contributing to the national Halal economy. Dato’ Seri Jamil Bin Bidin

HALAL INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

VISION
Position Malaysia as the global support centre
for all Halal standards products and services

MISSION
Create value for businesses in the Global Halal
Industry to benefit Malaysia’s economy

Halal is not merely a way of life – it is a
global industry. With a stake in commercial
sectors worldwide, Halal development
has become a significant contributor to all
facets of economic growth. Established
on 18 September 2006, Halal Industry
Development Corporation coordinates the
overall development of the Halal industry in
Malaysia.

Focusing on development of Halal
standards, audit and certification, plus
capacity building for Halal products and
services, HDC promotes participation and
facilitates growth of Malaysian companies
in the global Halal market.
Intent on building a global Halal community,
HDC brings the Malaysian Halal industry in
unison toward a common goal. By nurturing
growth and participation of local businesses
into the global Halal market, HDC sets the
bar...
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