llaollao, the leading Spanish natural yoghurt brand in Europe and Asia, is thrilled to announce that it has been granted the Halal certification from Malaysia’s Department of Islamic Development (JAKIM). This Halal certification indicates that all of llaollao’s products, as well as their preparation method and ingredient source, are suitable for consumption by Muslims in accordance with Islamic doctrine.

Ever since its founding in 2009, llaollao has provided froyo fans with a healthier, creamier, and cooler alternative. Now, Muslim customers in Malaysia can indulge in their favourite healthy froyo with an assortment of delectable toppings, including freshly cut fruits, crunchy toppings, and delicious sauces imported directly from Spain.

llaollao Malaysia is committed to providing healthy froyo options to Malaysians, and the company hopes that its premium quality offerings will encourage its loyal customers to savour and cherish every bite together.

This Halal certification is a significant milestone for llaollao because 2022 marks the brand’s seventh year in the Malaysian food and beverage market since its initial opening in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur in 2015. To ensure the highest level of adherence to Islamic Halal standards, JAKIM applies a strict, comprehensive approach to the application process.

“Obtaining the Halal certificate is the culmination of our efforts to please customers in the face of rising demand for Halal food and products, which we have prioritised ever since our opening. We see this as the first step in the process to ensure all our current and future stores will be Halal-certified, as we continue to expand the brand throughout Malaysia and maintain our leadership position in the market,” added Mr Tan.

As of today, llaollao has applied for seven new Halal applications, which include 31 llaollao outlets across the country. In total, 40 llaollao outlets have been successfully registered under the MyEHalal system. llaollao Malaysia hopes that their Halal accreditation process goes smoothly, as they plan to apply for additional Halal applications to 40 to 48 more of their branches by the end of 2022, including Sabah and Sarawak, to further spread llaollao’s joy to fellow Malaysians.

Please find the list of the nine outlets that are currently Halal-certified here.

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