Halal Certification Obligations in 2019: Is It Possible to be Applied in Indonesia?

Puji Sulistyaningsih, Chrisna Bagus Edhita Praja, Heniyatun ., Yulia Kurniaty


The research is financed by Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, the Republic of Indonesia.


This study aims to demonstrate the implementation of the halal certification system and highlight the problems in the Halal certification process in Indonesia and focus on the process, information flow and actors involved in the Halal certification process. This study attempts to generate significant findings in the establishment of implementing regulations or technical guidelines in the halal certification process. The perpetrators of SME’s become the object of research considering its obligation in conducting halal certification. The results of this study are 32% of SME’s in the City of Magelang know the existence of UUJPH and who approved the halal certification obligations exist in 2019 only 25%. The solution of the problem is (1) Socialization of UUJPH to SME’s and related offices. (2) Cross subsidies, or other policies so that the cost is light, it would be better not to pay. (3) There is a need for rules as a guideline for implementation and technical guidance. (4) Easy conditions and fast process. (5) Immediately established BPJPH at the city/county level or residency.

Keywords: Halal Certification Obligations, SME’s, Halal Product Guarantee

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/82-06

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