HALAL is an Arabic word meaning “all things which are permitted” among Muslims who follow Sharia law. HALAL requirements are derived from the Koran and Sharia which stipulate what is halal and what is haram. HARAM is the opposite term meaning things which are not allowed. HALAL standards are complementary with HACCP and ISO 22000: 2005. This standard in food production prohibits the use of pork meat, blood, alcohol, carrion, wild animals, donkeys, dogs, birds of prey, foods prepared with alcohol containing food emulsifiers based on pork meat or animal fat, and others. Most of the requirements of HALAL standards are identical to the HACCP system and ISO 9001 standard. Our company acquired HALAL certificate in 2014. This certificate is another confirmation that we produce healthy and safe food that meets the needs of the Muslim community. After obtaining this standard we have intensified our exports to markets in neighboring Kosovo, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.