All CNI products are or will be certified Halal by Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) of Malaysia, Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) or other international Islamic certification bodies. CNI takes into account the concept of Halalan Toyibban (permissible and wholesome), and this concept is founded on Syariah laws. Although Halal is often mentioned with regards of food, CNI is aware that its relevancy extends to non-food areas such as personal care, pharmaceuticals, other consumer goods and services.

What is CNI Halal policy?
CNI is committed to meet the regulatory requirements and the Company is providing assurance that all CNI products currently available do not contain ingredients from non-Halal sources or its derivatives. The certified Halal status provides assurance that CNI products are manufactured, imported and distributed under the strictest hygienic and sanitary condition in accordance to the Islamic law.  The CNI Halal policy is being established to provide a direction and framework for establishing and reviewing Halal issues.

CNI Internal Halal Committee
CNI has established the CNI Internal Halal Committee to be responsible for all matters pertaining to Halal compliance and certification. The Committee has representatives from all stages of the production of products (from selection of raw material, manufacturing up to delivery) to ensure all processes adhere to the Halal requirements for present and future products.

Halal Certification
The certification of Halal products in Malaysia is done by JAKIM who took over the responsibilities from HDC (Halal Development Corporation) since 1st August 2009. Certification of a product covers both aspects of  ‘halalan toyibbah’ (halal safe usage). Malaysia also recognizes several international accreditation bodies. 

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