It is with great pleasure that HMC announces our partnership with the Islamic Society at UCL.
The objective of the partnership is to educate members on the importance of eating Halal as well as how students can navigate themselves in a minefield of misconceptions to ensure that they are genuinely consuming Halal food.
With students attending universities from across the globe, selecting Halal food can sometimes be difficult. Simply looking for a ‘Halal’ sign in 2023 may not genuinely meet one’s expectations.
Members of the HMC team will visit the University in the coming months to deliver several talks with the students and answer any questions they may have.
We ask you to pray for the success of this partnership and hope that we can continue to benefit the student community at large.
HMC is the UK’s largest Halal certifying body, employing over 220 people. Last month alone, HMC staff spent 12,000 hours to ensure your food is genuinely Halal with 13,000 visits made to outlets nationwide. It is a registered charity and also a not for profit organisation. It is overseen by a voluntary body, the National Executive Committee that consists of mainly scholars who are the Trustees of the organisation. HMC has been set up to work in the favour of all Muslims and the consumer at large. HMC aims to regulate and at every point inspect Halal products from source to the consumer. HMC is committed to serving the Muslims and the wider community and it intends to provide peace of mind and security where required.