HMC was honoured to have met with the leadership and over 150 students at Darul Uloom Leicester (Islamic Seminary) to present the inner workings of the Halal food sector as well as the workings of HMC. It was great to see so many enthusiastic students who wanted to know more about the Halal food sector and asked many very challenging questions that were of course answered. We aim to take many of the students on a field trip to see the HMC system and how it works as well as to give them career opportunity should they arise.
Nadeem Adam of HMC says: “It was a fantastic day meeting with the students who are ultimately the leaders of the next generation. I personally wish them every success with their studies and have every faith that they will continue to champion our Halal campaign”.
Molana Muhammad Patel Darul Uloom Leicester said,
“Jazakumullah khaira for giving us the opportunity to host the HMC team at Darul Uloom Leicester.
Alhamdulillah, the presentation delivered by Brother Nadeem was educational and insightful. All of the students benefitted immensely from the information which was shared. In particular, the discussion regarding the challenges the Muslim community face in relation to Halal meat struck a chord with our students. HMC is indeed a huge blessing for the entire community and is fulfilling a communal obligation of ensuring our meat and various food items are Halal.”
Once again we would like to thank the management team at Darul Uloom Leicester for allowing HMC to present to the students and we aim to continue this journey into 2022.
Notes to the readers: If you run an Islamic Seminary and wish for your students to gain a better understating of the Halal food sector then please feel free to reach out via email on firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward in connecting with you all.
HMC is the UK’s largest Halal certifying body, employing over 220 people. Last month alone, HMC staff spent over 14,000 hours to ensure your food is genuinely Halal with over 11,000 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.