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Amazon Filters Receives Halal Certification for its range of filtration products from HFA

26 January 2015

Amazon Filters, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of filters for the food and beverage industries has received Halal approval for all of its main products from the Halal Food Authority (HFA). 

The Halal Food Authority (HFA) is an independent, voluntary, non-profit, organisation operating as a commercial wing of a registered charity. The objective of HFA is to facilitate the Muslim Ummah to be partial to genuinely manufactured halal food in compliance with HFA Halal Standards, Islamic Jurisprudence and relevant EU regulations.  Simultaneously, HFA creates awareness of halal principles and axioms for halal production within food industry, consumers and various national and Halal Authentication is given to food and beverage manufacturers and component manufacturers that meet their standards.  Having checked and audited the specifications, the ingredients, processing and formulation, they have certified and confirmed that the products listed in the schedule under Product Category ‘Filters’ are HALAL. They are satisfied that Amazon Filters operates in compliance with HFA Halal standards, relevant EU food hygiene, safety and HACCP regulations.

Neil Pizzey, Managing Director, Amazon Filters said: “We are a leading supplier to global food and beverage manufacturers who themselves supply the Muslim market. They should not be using filtration systems that are not Halal approved as part of their manufacturing process. We are a globally recognised process filter manufacturer and filtration solution provider."

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