Recognizing Malaysia Halal Logo


Recognizing Malaysia Halal Logo

  • Eight-pointed star is placed in the middle of the circle
  • A word-Halal in Arabic – “” is placed in the middle of the star
  • It is then followed a “HALAL” word in Roman
  • The circle of the logo contains, the word "Malaysia" in Roman and Arabic 
  • Two small five-pointed stars are placed to separate the Roman and Arabic word. (Source: JAKIM)


The Halal Certificate is valid for two (2) years. It can be revoked at anytime when the owner is found to contravene with the Halal Certification Procedures. Renewal shall be made 6 months prior to expiry date.

Owners of Halal certificate who fail to renew their certification will not be allowed to use the Malaysia halal logo at the premise or on the label of their manufactured products.


Terms & Condition To Use Halal Malaysia Certificate and Malaysia Halal Logo
  • The Halal certificate cannot be traded, leased, exchanged, forged, abused or amended in whatever way.
  • The use of halal logo is subjected to existing laws and regulations of the country.
  • Any changes on the name and address of the company, factory/premise, brand name, ingredient, manufacturers and other related matters should be reported to JAKIM in writing for further action.
  • The Halal certificate owner is responsible on the loss or damage of the certificate whereby a police report should be made and should be informed in writing as soon as possible.
  • The Halal certificate can be withdrawn or terminated at anytime before its expiry date and the use of halal logo is not allowed when the company is found to contravene with Halal Certification Procedures, or if there is any matter or way of handling which is doubtful according to Shariah Law.
JAKIM/JAIN can blacklist and publish any company which had failed to comply with the terms and condition of Halal Malaysia Certification Procedure. 

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