SOSIALISASI DAN PENDAMPINGAN SERTIFIKASI HALAL PELAKU USAHA DI KOTA PADANG

Authors

  • Suhanah Badan Riset and Inovasi Nasional
  • Asnawati Badan Riset dan Inovasi Nasional (BRIN), Indonesia

Abstract

 Indonesian government has stipulated the Law Number 33/2014 about Halal Assurance Product. It mandates all business owner including micro and small business owner to get halal certification from the government. However, many micro and small-scale business owner do not know much about the law. While many institutions have organized the socialization of the Law, but only in limited coverage area.  Such effort was also taken by the Halal task force of The Ministry of West Sumatra which focused in Padang city. To deal with this community development, it chooses three different ways, namely opening the direct consultation with the micro and small scale business owner who wanted to propose halal certification, hosting online meeting with micro and small scale business owner as well as coordinating the duty with the other fellow sections in the city. The community development of halal task force of MoRA of West Sumatra shows a positive effect toward business owners because they finally get halal certification. It helps their business subsequently by adding marketing value as well as convincing to the follow religious law.

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Published

2022-12-15

How to Cite

Suhanah, and Asnawati. “SOSIALISASI DAN PENDAMPINGAN SERTIFIKASI HALAL PELAKU USAHA DI KOTA PADANG”. Mitra Akademia: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat 5, no. 2 (December 15, 2022): 256–262. Accessed January 29, 2023. https://jurnal.pnj.ac.id/index.php/mak/article/view/5183.