A Brunei Halal Showcase (BruHAS) 2019 Clinic, part of Ministry of Energy, Manpower and Industry (MEMI) initiatives, was held at Bridex Hall 2 in Jerudong yesterday.
It promoted the development of the Halal industry through the showcase.
It also serves as a platform to address queries from the public as well as local and international businesses regarding the Halal industry including Halal permit and certification, packaging and food safety.
Halal Food Control Division, Ministry of Religious Affairs; the Food Safety and Quality Control Division and Department of Scientific Services and Department of Laboratory Services, Ministry of Health; Department of Agriculture and Agrifood, the Ministry of Primary Resources and Tourism, and Halalan Thayyiban Research Centre, Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) participated.
BruHAS 2019 was officially launched last Monday. Several key activities including BruHAS Halal Expo, the 4th International Seminar on Halalan Thayyiban Products and Services (SAPPHAT IV) and a Business Matching session were also held.
SAPPHAT IV concluded its session with a forum entitled ‘Enhancing Halal Hub Sustainability through Halalan Thayyiban Products and Services’ yesterday.
The Business Matching session organised by the MEMI in collaboration with DARe (Darussalam Enterprise) linking micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) with the local and regional Halal industry players also concluded yesterday.
The session aimed at building partnership between local and regional Halal players.
The BruHAS Halal Expo will conclude at 10pm today.