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Nov 17, 2021

Timothy M. Hyatt, vice president of Islamic Services of America (ISA), a competing U.S. Halal certifier, said his corporation made clear to Beyond Meat that nothing identified as pork would be approved as Halal, even though that company hasn’t made a formal request.

ISA's Exposure in The Wall Street Journal: "Is That Kosher? Rabbis Debate Plant-Based 'Pork'."

Oct 28, 2021

How well do you know about the growth of Halal Food and Beverage industry? Please attend this webiner to enlighten yourself about this topic.

ISA VP Tim Hyatt will be presenting at MIFB symposium on 28th October, 2021: "Growth of Halal Food & Beverages."

Oct 5, 2021

Two organizations that certify kosher and halal foods — Islamic Services of America and Orthodox Union Kosher agency — have indicated that Impossible Pork is problematic, even if its ingredients meet their strict standards.

ISA's first exposure in The Washington Times: Non-meat ‘pork’ is a dish too far for observant Jews, Muslims

Sep 20, 2021

There were 156 participants from 84 foreign Halal certification bodies (FHCBs) and 48 countries in attendance for the JAKIM Halal Certification Bodies Virtual Conference held on Thursday September 8, 2021. Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM) is Malaysia’s Halal governing body.

ISA and HMCA attended JAKIM September 9, 2021 Halal Certification Bodies Virtual Conference

May 20, 2021

“We are proud of our partnership with Beyond Meat’s corporate headquarters in the USA and for their confidence in entrusting ISA to lead their global Halal program,” says Timothy M. Hyatt, Vice President of ISA. “As one of their Halal certifiers for the past two years, we look forward to their continuing success and a long-lasting relationship.” 

ISA Furthers Its Partnership with Beyond Meat®

May 12, 2021

According to Timothy Hyatt, Vice President of Islamic Services of America, a/k/a ISA, which works with hundreds of companies, limited ethyl alcohols as carriers, solvents and processing aids are permissible based for their residual levels, typically about 0.1% or 0.5% in finished products. Some Islamic schools of thought prohibit all alcohol, even those not connected to intoxicating beverages. An agency that follows this standard would not permit alcohol in any form.

ISA's first exposure in Halal & Kosher | What You Need to Know

Apr 20, 2021

Tim began with ISA in 2010 and has since managed multiple aspects of the business. In his new role, he will focus on the company’s continued presence and efforts with business growth and development initiatives, international Halal governing bodies and overall presence as a globally recognized North American Halal certifier.

ISA would like to announce the promotion of Timothy M Hyatt from Managing Director to Vice President.

Apr 9, 2021

In the U.S., certification organizations such as USA Halal Chamber of Commerce and Islamic Services of America check that foods and products claiming to be produced with halal practices meet the requirements. Once a product is certified, its maker affixes a compliance symbol on the packaging. Please click the link to read more:

ISA got its first exposure in Share America, "American Muslims can depend on Halal food."

Sep 11, 2020

As a presenter during the Halal Research Council's "Potential of Halal Industry" webinar on Friday Sept 18, Timothy M. Hyatt will discuss "Providing Value Added Service to Halal Certification."

ISA MD will be presenting at Halal Research Council's "Potential of Halal Industry" webinar on Friday Sept 18

Sep 4, 2020

Senior Halal QA Auditors Yasser Khater and Idaver Ejupi represented Islamic Services of America (ISA) during this important webinar from the Indonesia Halal Training & Education Center on the topic of Halal requirements for the global cosmetics industry.

ISA Attended International Webinar about Halal Certification in Cosmetics Industry

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