The State’s Role in Regulation of Halal Food Product Assurance (Comparative Study of West and East Paradigm)

Ainul Masruroh, Thohir Luth, Masruchin Rubai, Sihabuddin .


In the Islamic concept, muslim should be eaten halal foods,it is meets Islamic Shari'a , which are foods that do not contain ingredients that are forbidden. however, the current era of globalization makes it difficult to determine the clean and unclean foods, because many substances are included in the diet, on the other hand for the residents of Muslim-majority Indonesia, eating kosher food is worship, as a form of implementation of the teachings of Islam, so that the state is obliged to protect as mandated by the Constitution, while the western countries (Muslim minority) certified halal food no more than advertising to boost exports to Muslim countries, halal sertikat no different from the ISO, based on many studies, higher quality food compared halal certified food quality standards, in this paper the authors try to compare and analyze the interference of the state in regulating kosher certification due to differences in the paradigm.

Keywords: Halal, Food, Certification, Regulation, Paradigm

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