Muslim-Owned Establishment
FAQ

1What are the requirements to apply for the scheme?
To be eligible for the scheme, the establishment MUST be owned by a majority of Muslims, is ACRA registered (for full-term scheme only) and has an NEA license.
2What is the difference between the full-term and short-term scheme?
To apply for the full-term scheme, a business has to be an Ordinary member of SMCCI and ACRA registered while for short-term scheme, businesses can be an Associate member, and are not required to be ACRA registered.

The full-term scheme is applicable to businesses with a permanent physical storefront while short-term scheme is suited to businesses whose model of operation is to participate in exhibitions or bazaars, as roving stalls.
3What will be covered during the training?
The training will be conducted by Warees Halal Limited and entails an overview of the MUIS Halal Certification concepts, policies and best practices.

During the training, participants will learn on how to check the status of every ingredient used in the food production kitchen, including meat supplies, sauces used, as well as if there are any possibilities or threats of halal food production being contaminated with non-halal ingredients.

To reap maximum benefit for the participants, the training will also include the following components:​ a) Lecture​, b) Learning Activity​ and c) Group Discussion.
4What will participants receive upon completion of the training?
All participants will receive a certificate and a decal upon completion of the training.