Due to the abundant queries regarding eating places the COUNCIL OF ULAMA has decided to form a data base regarding Muslim owned food establishments in the Eastern Cape.
The information displayed will be information we gathered on our visits to these Muslim owned food establishments. We are not certifying or approving any establishment as we do not have the manpower to do so. We are merely linking the consumer with a certifying body.
We believe the information supplied to us is true. However, should any member of the public know of anything to the contrary they should email email@example.com they may phone 078 680 8821.
Q: Could you please advise on the permissibility of carmine (e120) found in sweets etc? A: E120 - cochineal carmine is a reddish dye which is deemed non-Halaal as it is derived from crushed insects
Q: Is the oxy face bleach halaal? A: Oxy face bleach is Halaal suitable as per information at our disposal.
Q: Please advise if Wakaberries frozen yoghurt products are certified by SANHA. A: Wakaberry had made an application in August 2011 for SANHA certification. During the evaluation process we had highlighted certain products that contained gelatine from Haraam sources. It is regretted that Wakaberry has chosen to certify with another body which condones the use of such products as a "swift solution" to get their Halaal certification.
SANHA HALAAL HELP LINE: 0861 786 111
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