Deerland Enzymes (Kennesaw, GA) announced that the company has received Halal certification for its manufacturing facility from the Islamic Services of America.
To earn the certification, a facility must satisfy the stringent requirements for the manufacture of products that meet the strict Islamic guidelines dealing with hygiene, dietary regulation, raw material processing and ingredient packaging, according to the company.
"Along with the Star-K kosher certification, this allows Deerland's customers to ensure their products are acceptable to consumers with religious dietary restrictions," said Hope Hanley, vice president of quality assurance and regulatory affairs, Deerland Enzymes.
According to the company, Deerland Enzymes specializes in customized enzyme-based formulations, collaborating with customers to develop innovative and often proprietary solutions, and the company offers a broad spectrum of plant, animal, fungal and bacterial-sourced enzymes. All are non-GMO and kosher, where applicable.
For more information, visit www.deerlandenzymes.com