The Implementation Of Halal Logistic System On Cosmetic Product

Nurlita Kamilah Sari, Fadhol Hasby, Didiet Rachmat Hidayat, Endang Sugiharti

Abstract


Indonesia is a country in which the majority is Islam. Based on the data are taken from “The Pew Forum of Religion Public Life”, Islam adherents, or can be called Moslems, from Indonesia was 209,1 million or 87,2% from the total population. As such, certifications from The Halal Product Assurance Agency (BPJPH) that state the halal-ability of products (halal) and The National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Republic of Indonesia or NADFC (Indonesian: BPOM) that state the product is safe for consumption (thoyyiban) can help to raise the sales of halal products, in this case, cosmetic. The purpose of this research is for readers to know the implementation of the halal logistic system on PT. PantiKosmetikaBaru. This study was analyzed with the descriptive qualitative method by structural interviewing with the related stakeholder of PT. PantiKosmetikaBaru, retailer and with the customer of their products. With that in mind, we can conclude that the implementation of halal logistic system on cosmetic products from supplier, producer, distribution process, until then its handed to the customer that handled by halal (allowed, acceptable) and thoyyiban (safe, qualified, and clean) means could make the business raising in profit.


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