International Halal Village @ MIFB 2017

The Malaysian International Food & Beverage Trade Fair (MIFB) has been serving the food industry as the F&B business hub for 17 years. MIFB continues to play its role as a platform for the F&B industry players to introduce, exchange, and learn about the latest innovation and technologies from around the world.

Working in line with the current food trend, MIFB 2017 will be setting the stage for Halal Food.The growing interest in the potential of the halal market has hastened the move towards the development of global standards. The growing global Muslim population estimated at 1.83 billion has further accelerated halal product and services development, and pushed the acceptance for halal standards among non-Muslims. The global market value for trade in halal food and non-food products is estimated at US$2.77 trillion annually.

Across the globe, halal industry is worth more than US$2 trillion (RM8.3 trillion) and Malaysia has an annual export value of RM35.4 billion for halal products, which contributes approximately 5.1% of the total exports for the country. The country also provides the world’s first halal in-flight catering on Malaysia Airlines and Halal Park. Malaysia’s halal portfolio has expanded beyond food and beverage, cosmetics, logistics, pharmaceutical and tourism.

WHY Malaysia?

The Leading Global Halal Hub

Malaysia is perceived as the global leader in the global halal industry, with proper halal ecosystem that is equipped with comprehensive and proactive policies as well as the frameworks to develop the halal industry.

Highly Sought-After Iconic Halal Logo by The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM)

Malaysia’s halal certification is the most stringent and highly sought-after bilateral halal system recognition programme, which is globally recognised with over 50 international bodies registered-to-date with JAKIM’s recognition programme.

The Halal Industry Development Master Plan (HIDM) 2008 – 2020

Government aims to drive Halal as a new source of economic growth through this 13-year master plan which is divided into 3 different phases to strengthen Malaysia as the leading global halal hub.

Halal is for All

With different races of 31.7million people living in Malaysia, Halal is for both, Muslims and Non-muslims alike as it stands as a quality assurance for all.

The Growing Halal Industry in Malaysia

Growth from RM4.1 billion in 2012 to RM10.6billion in 2015 (158.54%).

A Member of Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC)

Easier trade and market access to member countries of OIC

Organised By:

Sphere Exhibits Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Lot 1008, Level 10, Tower 2, Faber Towers,
Jalan Desa Bahagia, Taman Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Booth Enquiry:
Henri Tan E :
T : +603 7989 1133 F: +603 7988 0136

Co-organised By:


RKF Ebisu Bldg. 5F, 2-1-2 Ebisu-minami,
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0022, Japan

Booth Enquiry:
Shinya Yokoyama
T : +81-80-6626-6255
E :
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Event Partner: