What is the meaning of Halal?
Halal is an Arabic word meaning lawful. It’s the Islamic term which indicates what’s allowed for Muslims. The opposite of Halal is Haram, meaning sinful. The word Haram is used to indicate what’s prohibited. In the Qur’an is written what’s allowed and what isn’t. Halal is important to Atlas Halal Products B.V. We make sure that every part of purchase, delivery, production, shipment and sale to our customers is being brought under control to meet the strict and high standards of FSSC22000.
As a specialist in Halal products, Atlas Halal Products can guarantee that all rules about the slaughter and preparation of the meat will be strictly followed. Halal Atlas Doner processes only Chicken, Turkey, beef and lamb meat from Europe following the Halal standards. It starts with a healthy way of life for the animals. They are being fed with healthy and vegetable food and they only come from Halal certified companies. Atlas Halal Products and independent certification companies check these companies on a regular basis.
Ensuring animal welfare is a requirement for Halal. All chickens are slaughtered manually by professing Muslims, who pronounce the Bismillah at every neck cut.
The calves that are slaughtered halal are also anesthetized under the supervision of an Islamic authority, which endorses that anesthesia is consistent with Halal.
For Atlas Halal Products it’s obvious that no supplements are being used, when they’re not in accordance with the Halal thoughts. To improve the special products of Atlas Halal Products, only vegetable supplements are being added. Together with the quality and hygiene policy, FSSC22000 guarantees a controllable and waterproof production process.