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Trusted by millions of Muslims who rely upon Scan Halal everyday. The most informative source on halal food products.

Scan Halal is largest halal foods organization bringing transparency to the halal food industry and providing valuable and much-needed information readily available at their fingertips to make better informed halal dietary choices. Scan Halal was born out of frustration with reading through all the long worded hard to pronounce time consuming ingredients that so many of us muslims struggle with every day.

We handle the complicated stuff, so you don't have to. Simply scan the barcode (UPC/EAN) of the product you wish to consume and within seconds our app will breakdown the sources of ingredients (plant, animal, synthetic, etc) and display the halal status. Our app service is trusted by millions of muslims and other halal consumers who rely upon Scan Halal everyday.

Made by the team at scanhalal.org. There’s lots of work that goes on behind the scenes, working around the clock at Scan Halal to make sure things are running smoothly. Our team of food technologists, nutritionist, and auditors have a strong understanding in food matters and a wealth of industry experience that work endlessly to serve both the Muslim community and Halal Certification Industry.

To learn more, you can also visit scanhalal.org

This app currently supports U.S.A & Canada Products.
U.K, France, & Germany release coming soon!

What’s New

Version 4.0

-Dietary Bug Fix For iOS 12 Users
-Optimized Overall Speed

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
625 Ratings
625 Ratings
Goku(4) ,

Issues with the scanning!

Hi, this app sometimes doesn’t let me scan the items I want to scan. Instead it just tells me to scan orange juice so that the app can store its data. And I understand that but other times it really becomes annoying especially if you are unable to help. Instead that image just keeps on popping to the point it’s useless, you can’t use the app. You guys to to make it optional whether that individual will scan the required data or not. Don’t force it, cause then we can’t use it unless that particular image is scanned. Example if I’m in my house and I want to scan an item to know if it’s halal or not and that image pops up telling to scan an orange juice box which I don’t know what particular orange juice it requires me to scan, I can’t use the app. It won’t let me!! And I find that REALLY ANNOYING! Because it happened to me not once or twice but more than that! So please FIX THAT!!!

Fsabira ,

Loading sign and wrong products

The app has helped my family and I tremendously when we are doing our weekly grocery shopping or simply want to check if we can consume an item.

Despite the minor hiccups, I have continued to use the app for 2+ years. However, there are two key issues that I want to bring to app developer’s attention. 1) app showing the “loading” sign after an item has been scanned. This problem arose after iOS 11 update. 2) wrong product associated with the barcode.

1) After the iOS 11 update, the app has been lagging. When I scanned an item, the “loading” sign came (as it usually does) but remained there for solid five minutes before I closed the app. I tried this with several different products (all well known) and the “loading” sign was present in all of them. Though my app was up to date, I reinstalled the app to see if that’d fix the issue but it didn’t.

2) I have personally noticed several products falsely associated with the barcode. For example, when I scanned mango flavored Gatorade, tropical orange juice came up. There have been more instances but this is the most recent incident.

Maria ghaussi ,

Do your research

I love the idea and concept of this app. As a strictly halal eater , this app is gold! But recently I came to find out that not everything is 100% correct . Almost all the chip companies that this app says there are porcine enzymes in them, is not true . I went on the actual website where they list ALL ingredients and have sections where they Individually list all chips that are kosher or specific diet friendly. All of the one that the app suggests to stay away from based on the ingredients, are indeed safe to eat. I can only imagine what else is listed wrong. Again , I love the idea , love the app but they should really do their research before suggesting to people it is not safe to eat , when it is.


Ummah Labs & Co.
71.3 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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