Metals and metal manufactures
Textiles and apparel (including footwear)
Food and beverages
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Spain does not have a centralised national halal certifier.
The country has a well-developed halal regulatory infrastructure with three certifiers: Cordoba-based Spanish Institute of Halal (Instituto Halal), Valencia-based Halal Food Quality, and Malaga-based Halal Consulting. Together, they certify over 300 companies, primarily those in the food sector but also a handful of hotels and cosmetics firms.
Instituto Halal is Spain’s largest certification body, certifying 272 companies as of end-April 2016, and is recognized by the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA).
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Expo Halal Spain 2017
Commentary: Does Europe fear Muslims more than the United States?10 Feb 2017 | regulations-compliance
Real Madrid logo won’t feature Christian cross in Middle East clothing deal24 Jan 2017 | distribution-logistics
Job ads show Uber expanding meal deliveries in 24 countries27 Sep 2016 | distribution-logistics
Factbox: Troubled Europe debates burqas, niqabs and burkinis24 Aug 2016 | regulations-compliance
Global standard to measure food waste aims to put more on plates06 Jun 2016 | regulations-compliance
’Tourists go home’: Spain tourism surge brings backlash30 May 2016 | marketing-sales
Between practice and Shariah: Pre-slaughter stunning in the halal industry14-Mar-2017
Flavors and fragrances: lesser-known, higher-risk of non-compliance for halal consumers06-Feb-2017
Saudi-owned, Spain’s first halal-certified hotel is capitalizing on its family-friendly positioning17-Jan-2017
Halal travel morphs as Muslims seek new experiences and destinations06-Dec-2016