• Volume 4 No 1 February 2024
    Vol. 4 No. 1 (2024)

    Welcome to the inaugural edition of our research journal, an endeavor that brings together diverse perspectives and insights into the evolving landscape of halal practices, food consumption, and management systems. As we embark on this intellectual journey, the five compelling papers presented in this magazine delve into critical aspects of halal information disclosure, food consumption patterns, innovative ingredient substitutes, cross-country comparisons, and stakeholder awareness.

    "Perspectives and Implications of Halal Food Consumption among Major Islamized Groups in the Philippines," delves into the unique context of the Philippines. Focusing on strengthening consumer confidence, standardization, and traceability, this chapter explores the diverse perspectives within major Islamized groups, offering valuable insights into fostering a resilient Halal ecosystem.

    "Purified Konjac Glucomannan as Thickener for Substituting Gelatin in Making Panna Cotta," introduces an innovative approach to Halal-friendly food production. The exploration of purified Konjac Glucomannan as a substitute for gelatin in Panna Cotta not only addresses dietary preferences but also highlights the potential of alternative ingredients in enhancing culinary experiences.

    "Comparison Study of Halal Management System in Indonesia and Malaysia," undertakes a comparative analysis of two influential players in the Halal industry. By examining the halal management systems in Indonesia and Malaysia, this chapter seeks to identify best practices, challenges, and opportunities, contributing to the ongoing discourse on global halal standards.

    "Awareness of Chicken Slaughterhouse Business Actors Towards Halal Products," rounds off our exploration by focusing on the critical link between slaughterhouse practices and Halal product awareness. This study examines the perspectives and practices of chicken slaughterhouse business actors, contributing valuable insights to ensure the integrity of halal products from the source.

    "Critical Points of Vitamin C Production and Long-Acting Pharmaceutical Preparations", unravel the intricacies of vitamin C production, shedding light on key aspects that influence its critical points. This exploration extends to long-acting pharmaceutical preparations, offering insights that contribute to advancements in pharmaceutical science.

    Each paper in this issue offers a unique contribution to the scholarly dialogue surrounding halal practices, food consumption, and management systems. We hope that the diverse range of topics covered will inspire further inquiry, debate, and collaboration between the global research community and industry professionals. Moreover, there are authors from Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia in this February edition. As we navigate through these pages, we may foster a deeper understanding of the complexities and nuances inherent in the evolving world of Halal.

  • Volume 3 No 2 July 2023
    Vol. 3 No. 2 (2023)

    In today's interconnected world, where cultural diversity and ethical considerations play a significant role, the study of halal practices has taken immense importance. The global landscape is witnessing a growing demand for products and services that adhere to halal principles, not only within the context of religious observance but also as a marker of quality, safety, and ethical sourcing. This compilation of research endeavors delves into a range of intriguing topics centered around halal practices, each contributing a unique perspective to this multifaceted domain.

    The first exploration delves into a comparative analysis of the nutritional content of halal and haram meat, with a keen focus on the productive age group of 19-29 years. Employing the Euclidean Distance Method, this study sheds light on the potential impacts of dietary choices on health and well-being, unveiling insights that hold relevance beyond cultural boundaries.

    Next, the spotlight turns to Indonesia's ambitious endeavor to establish itself as a global halal hub. As the world's largest Muslim-majority country, Indonesia's strategies and opportunities in building a robust halal industry resonate on a global scale. Through a meticulous examination of strategies and market dynamics, this study uncovers pathways for Indonesia to not only be competitive but also lead in the ever-evolving global market.

    Amidst these discussions, the significance of safety in halal practices was explored in the context of Bebalung Lombok, addressing crucial critical halal points. This exploration delves into the complexities of ensuring halal compliance while maintaining the integrity of local traditions and practices, highlighting the delicate balance between cultural heritage and religious observations.

    The realm of supply chain management takes center stage in subsequent studies, underscoring its pivotal role in upholding halal integrity. A meticulous bibliometric study reveals the trends, patterns, and emerging themes in halal supply chain management, casting a spotlight on the evolving landscape of this vital component of the halal ecosystem.

    Lastly, the intricate world of traditional herbal medicine enters the discourse, as the determination of ethanol content takes the forefront. Employing Gas Chromatography (GC) as a tool, this study navigates the intricate realm of identifying ethanol levels in traditional remedies, ensuring that the coveted halal label is upheld while preserving the heritage and authenticity of these cherished practices.

    As you embark on this journey through diverse halal investigations, an enriched understanding of the interplay between culture, religion, science, and commerce awaits. These studies collectively illuminate the multifaceted nature of halal practices and offer a glimpse of the efforts, innovations, and challenges that shape this evolving landscape.

  • Volume 3 No 1 February 2023
    Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023)

    In an era marked by increasing globalization and diverse cultural interactions, the exploration of topics that intersect religious values, sustainable practices, and scientific advancements has become pertinent and imperative. This collection of academic studies delves into various dimensions of contemporary issues, addressing the amalgamation of tradition, innovation, and ethical considerations in a diverse range of fields. These studies shed light on the dynamic interplay between faith-based principles, technological progress, and market dynamics, offering insights into the intricate relationships that shape modern society.

    The Concept and Management of a Swimming Pool Based on Sharia Values: A Case Study of Boyolali Natural Lake presents an intriguing exploration of how traditional Islamic principles can be harmoniously integrated into recreational facilities. Through a meticulous case study, this research uncovers the potential of aligning swimming pool management practices with Sharia values, revealing a nuanced synergy between leisure and faith.

    In The Potential of Halal Anti-Foam Production from Vegetable Oil Derivatives: A Review, a comprehensive examination of halal practices is undertaken, focusing on a crucial yet often overlooked aspect – anti-foam production. By scrutinizing the utilization of vegetable oil derivatives in the creation of halal antifoam agents, this review contributes to the expanding discourse on halal product development, illuminating novel avenues for ensuring compliance with Islamic dietary laws.

    Analysis of the Success of Indonesian Hijab: The Buttonscarves Marketing Strategy in Market Expansion in Malaysia offers a captivating analysis of the strategic maneuvers employed in the expansion of an Indonesian hijab brand into the Malaysian market. This study underscores the significance of cultural sensitivity and marketing acumen in transcending geographical boundaries, thus exemplifying the intricate relationship between branding and cross-cultural engagement.

    The fusion of ethical considerations, sustainable practices, and fashion takes center stage in the discourse surrounding the development of halal fashion industry through the circular economy concept. By delving into the circular economy framework, this research presents a forward-looking perspective on how the halal fashion industry can not only navigate contemporary consumer demands but also contribute to environmental sustainability.

    Finally, in Determination of the Sensitivity and Specificity of the PRIME-CYTO Kit for Detection of Swine Content using the Polymerase Chain Reaction Method, the scientific rigor of molecular detection techniques was harnessed to address dietary compliance with Islamic dietary laws. This study underscores the importance of accurate and efficient methodologies for upholding halal standards, demonstrating the role of cutting-edge scientific advancements in religious observance.

    As we embark on this scholarly journey in diverse fields, these studies collectively underscore the multidimensional nature of contemporary challenges and opportunities. The interplay between tradition, innovation, and ethics, as shown in these investigations, exemplifies the intellectual richness that emerges when scholarly pursuits intersect with real-world complexities.

  • Volume 2 No 2 July 2022
    Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022)

  • Volume 1 No 2 July 2021
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021)