Regulation of Halal and Healthy Products for Small-scaled Businesses as Consumer Protection

Authors

  • Neneng Uswatun Hasanah UNIDA Ponorogo, Ponorogo, Indonesia
  • Martha Eri Safira IAIN Ponorogo, Ponorogo, Indonesia
  • Winantu Kurnianingtyas Sri Agung Department of English Education, IAIN Ponorogo, Ponorogo, Indonesia https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0879-6456
  • Mochammad Chotib IAIN Jember, Jember, Indonesia
  • Elok Putri Nimasari Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo, Ponorogo, Indonesia
  • Setiawan Bin Lahuri UNIDA Ponorogo, Ponorogo, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3889/oamjms.2021.6643

Keywords:

Halal, Indonesia, Small business, Consumer, Traditional food

Abstract

AIM: The purpose of the study was to know the regulation on halal and health guarantee of Indonesian snacks such as cilok (tapioca balls), grilled meatballs, meatball and chicken noodles, dawet drink (traditional drink from rice flour and coconut milk), crackers, and grass jelly drink. Such snacks and drinks are loved by all levels of society in Indonesia and are often sold by street vendors in various places.

METHOD: This research uses a juridical-sociological approach, by analyzing the primary source of data, which is by directly observing, interviewing, and educating the society and the small-scale sellers on the important sense of the halal product and the halal product certification. Apart from that, the primary data are the Law No. 8 of 1999 on the Consumer Protection, the Law No. 33 of 2014 on the Halal Product Guarantee, and the Governmental Decree No. 31 of 2019 on the Halal Product Certification.

RESULTS: The realization of consumer protection requires good coordination between the government and/or regional governments, business actors, and the community as consumers. The need for halal and healthy products is not only for Muslim communities but also for non-Muslim communities, because halal products are certainly guaranteed of the products’ hygiene and safety.

CONCLUSION: There is still a lack of understanding and compliance by the small business owners on the halal and healthy products from the manufacturing process up to the distribution of the products to the public.

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Published

2021-08-08

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Hasanah NU, Safira ME, Kurnianingtyas Sri Agung W, Chotib M, Nimasari EP, Lahuri SB. Regulation of Halal and Healthy Products for Small-scaled Businesses as Consumer Protection. Open Access Maced J Med Sci [Internet]. 2021 Aug. 8 [cited 2024 Apr. 21];9(E):749-53. Available from: https://oamjms.eu/index.php/mjms/article/view/6643

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