Putrajaya (13 October 2017) – In line with Jabatan Agama Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)’s efforts under the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) framework to meet the rapid growth of halal industry in Malaysia with faster Halal certification process, Halvec Laboratories Sdn Bhd (Halvec Laboratories) was honoured to be appointed as Halal Panel Lab. The appointment was officially commemorated in the Signing of MOA between JAKIM and Halvec Laboratories held at Putrajaya on 13 October 2017.
Cosmetic products are very popular not only among women but also among men who meticulous about their metrosexual personality. Nowadays, most of the teenager and working adults are dedicated for good appearance, grooming and impression, this has led to growing consumer demand and quality standard in skincare and cosmetic products.
Halvec Laboratories Sdn Bhd (Halvec) had organized an in-house ISO 17043 & Guide 34 training that was participated by staff from several business units of Revongen Corporation from 16-19 May 2017. The ISO 17043 is a standard specifies conformity assessment in general requirement for proficiency testing while Guide 34 is a standard specifies general requirement for the competence of reference material producer.
Low-alcohol beer is beer with low alcohol content or no alcohol, which aims to reproduce the taste of beer without the inebriating effects of standard alcoholic brews1. In 2011, flavored beer from the Middle East had been found and advertised as non-alcoholic. There is no halal beer in Islamic law. Any beverage that contains alcohol is considered not halal2.
On 15 January 2013, The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) published the findings of a targeted study examining the authenticity, or labelling accuracy, of a number of burger products, which reveals that products some contained horse and pig DNA1.