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Janan Meats Halal success.

SAI Global/EFSIS, the food industry's leading provider of food assurance solutions, has awarded a Certificate of Recognition to Janan Meats in recognition of its being one of the first EFSIS clients to achieve certificate of conformity to the UK Halal Corporation Scheme.

"Janan Meats is a company which has made an excellent job of identifying and servicing a highly specialised market," says SM Global/EFSIS Food Director Carole Payne. "I am very pleased to be able to congratulate them on behalf of SAI Global/EFSIS."

SAI Global/EFSIS offers inspection against the Halal standard certified by the UK Halal Corporation, a non-profit making organisation based in Birmingham. "The standard is fully compatible with the BRC Global Standard-Food," says Carole Payne. "All our inspectors are fully trained and it's possible to combine Halal inspections with audits under the BRC standard, the International Food Standard (IFS), ISO 22000, or anything else from the huge range of SAI Global/EFSIS inspection services. Food certified under the standard can carry the UK Halal Corporation's logo.

Janan Meats, based at Kinswinford in the West Midlands, processes some 6,500 sheep and lambs a week, serving Halal Wholesalers in the Birmingham area as well as many Halal meat retailers in London.

"It's very important to us to have effective and professional inspection. It's particularly gratifying to have our achievement recognised by SAI GlobaI/EFSIS." says Janan Meats' Quality Assurance Manager Helen Stephens.

Contact SAI Global EFSIS on tel 01908 249974 or visit www.efsis.com and www.sai-global.com
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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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