8 thoughts to “5 certified logo should haves in your food packaging design”

  1. Hi my company is designing a box packaging for storing frozen durian. we have applied for ISO22000,Halal,GMP,HACCP. Do you have any idea if we can just use the logos found online for printing on the packaging? or must we obtain approved logo file to use for the packaging??? if so, can you help me find the logos?

    1. Hi Ivan,

      Thanks for your enquiry.

      You CAN NOT simply get the logos of ISO22000, HALAL, GMP and HACCP from internet and print it on your packaging. You have to apply it through specific agencies for the approval.

      For example : Halal logo >> http://www.halal.gov.my

      Hope it helps.

  2. Hi, can I ask, if I’m importing some vacuum-sealed packaged food from Hong Kong to sell in malaysia, open a franchise, where can I get approval and register all the required certified logo, and necessary procedures etc? Many thanks.

  3. Hi There. Im a new start up and was planning on a new beverage on a small scale? whom do i consult for packaging, licence and distribution?

  4. Good afternoon.
    If a product HACCP not certified by MOH but from other external party such as SGS, can the logo put on the packaging?

  5. Hi, i plan to import brown sugar to malaysia to resell. What logo or test i should go through. Thanks in advance.

  6. MeSTI certification is free, but compulsory to every food-manufacturing operator as opposed to the GMP and HACCP, which are voluntary, and there are fees imposed for those certifications. For the Malaysian Halal certification procedure, MeSTI certification is prerequisite before applying for Halal certificate.

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