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Durian is the most famous fruit in Malaysia due to its powerful aroma, distinctive taste and custardy texture.
The white coffee and the milk tea (teh-tarik) are the popular drinks that you absolutely need to try!
Malaysians love to snack! Among our favourite snack foods are biscuits, crackers, cookies, cakes, banana fritters and etc.
The edible Bird Nest (EBN) swiftlet industry in Malaysia is rapidly growing due to the demand for EBN nests word-wide.
Organic food, healthy snacks and functional food at your choice!
Reflecting Malaysia’s multicultural mix, the cuisine is a tantalising blend of Malay, Indian and Chinese dishes.
Instant noodles is one of our favourite go-to quick meals in Malaysia. Some are even rated as Top 10 instant noodles in the world!
Being a Global Halal Hub, Malaysia has an extensive network of Halal products. Certified by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM).
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Food Hygiene Regulations 2009 requires every proprietor and occupier of food manufacturing premises to prepare and hold a Food Security Assurance Program (CMP). PJKM is a well-documented practice system that guarantees certain types of food will not harm consumers when consumed. Among the PJKMs introduced to the premises involved in food manufacturing are Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP), ISO 22000 and so on.
Marking of Made in Malaysia “Logo” in Malaysia by the industry began in 1997 as one of the Government’s initiative to encourage people prioritize Malaysian goods, due to the economic downturn suffered by the country back then. Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) was appointed as the secretariat “Buy Malaysian Goods Campaign.” This is one of the component of the campaign approach by the industry itself to enhance Malaysian interest to consume Malaysian products offered in market.
The Malaysian Certification Scheme for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point system was developed to provide a uniform certification scheme for HACCP system in food industries. ... But whichever system is used, the ultimate responsibility for food safety resides with the business processing or preparing food.
A certification scheme drawn up by the Malaysian Department of Agriculture in 2002, formerly known as Good Practice Scheme of Malaysia (SALM) to recognize farms that practice GAP. The scheme is constructed based on Malaysian Standard MS 1784:2005 Crop Commodities – Good Agriculture Practices (GAP).
The Malaysian Standard entitled ‘Halal Food: Production, Preparation, Handling and Storage – General Guide (MS 1500:2009) was developed under the Malaysian Standard Development System, under the wing of Department of Standardization Malaysia (DSM), Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.