may-june. 2020 | @Halal
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Coronovirus no match for love, or Malaysian
New innovations are needed for better
optimisation of halal value chain through
It’s so much more than just a beauty trend
Halal & Kosher
The divine laws of Islam are indeed perfect
as taught to us
Forgetting the halal ‘pie’
Optional or imperative?
With food in abundance, have you stopped
for a moment and examined your groceries?
khirtini K. Kumaran
nor amin mohd noor
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Malaysia’s STRATEGIC geographical
location has made the country an
ideal Halal investment destination.
We have 14 strategic locations of
Halal Malaysia (HALMAS) industrial
parks designated by Halal Development
Corporation (HDC) encompassing of 200,000
acres of land size for the investors and the industry
players to tap into the growing opportunities
in emerging ASIA.
Its world class infrastructure, skilled and
productive workforce, ease of doing business,
accessibility to halal sourced ingredients and
attractive government incentive that encourage
investment would meet your needs as hub for
“The HALMAS is
given to halal
under the HDCdesignated
With the HALMAS
be able to enjoy
The HALMAS is an accreditation
given to halal park operators that
have complied with the requirements
stipulated under the
HDC-designated halal park development.
With the HALMAS status,
industry players and investors will
be able to enjoy incentives facilitated
Driven by the global halal product
demand, Malaysia is actively
promoting investment in food
and beverages sector. In addition,
we are also opening investment
opportunities from other sectors
such as cosmetic and personal
cares, supplements, drugs and
medicines, logistic services, medical
devices, solutions and implants.
The Halal Park is creating businesses
to more than 40 MNCs and
200 local SMEs.