Exporting Halal products to Indonesia

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With a population of more than 260 million, and 80% Muslim, Indonesia is the country with the largest Muslim population in the world.

With a population growth of 1.1% in 2016, an estimated life expectancy of 70 years, the Indonesia’s population is expected to reach nearly 400 million by 2030. Indonesia is by far one of the largest halal markets in the world. Since October 2019, a new regulation makes it systematic to have halal certified products for any imported product. In the first instance, LPPOM MUI is responsible for the accreditation of foreign organizations. Recently, a new organization is being set up, the BPJPH, in charge of organizing all halal-related operations in the country. The ARGML has integrated in November 2019, the World Halal Food Council, which brings together all the organizations related to the LPPOM MUI. Also, it is in connection with the BPJPH in the context of the new accreditation standards.

Apply for ARGML halal certification

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Organizations that recognize the ARGML internationally

United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore etc. are all territories that recognize the ARGML.

The ARGML benefits from official accreditations from foreign countries which allow it to be a reference organization for the control and the Halal certification of exported products. Through its various partnerships, ARGML opens the doors of the Muslim world to you.

The global Halal market

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Billions of Muslims in the world

Millions of Muslims in Europe

Billions of dollars worth of Halal certified food exported in 2018

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What is “haram”?

Harām (حرام, harām) is an Arabic adjective that in Islam describes anything that is "forbidden, inviolable, sacred" according to sharia law. In its ambiguity, it corresponds most closely to the concept of taboo in German. The opposite of harām is halāl (حلال), which...


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