Textile retailers and manufacturers are taking the halal certification process seriously, as more and more shops have embraced the practice.
But halal is a word that refers to Islamic teachings that are not part of the Muslim faith.
And many retailers and companies are now making it easy to buy items that are considered halal, such as textiles.
This means that halal labels are printed on the items and not visible on the products.
That means consumers can easily compare products, even if they are not halal.
It also means that consumers will know if their product is halal when it is presented in stores.
To be certified halal the item must meet the following criteria:It must be 100 percent halal with no animal products in the ingredients and must be certified by a third-party lab as having the correct amount of halal ingredients.
The lab must be accredited by a state-licensed lab, as determined by the World Council of Muslim Organizations (WCOOM).
It must be halal certified by an Islamic certifying body, such like the Muslim Council of Britain.
And the products must be manufactured in accordance with halal standards.
For example, a halter, a traditional piece of fabric, is not considered halala if it is made from sheep’s wool, woolen fabric or wool.
If the label is on the garment, the product is considered hal al.