Roslina Ahmad, Irwan Ibrahim, Afizan Amer, Noor Fadhiha Mokhtar, M Hussin Abdullah


Recently, as the demand for halal food grows, halal certification operations in the food industry have developed rapidly in recent years. As a result, the halal food industry has a huge and lucrative market. Companies establish halal quality assurance as a condition for obtaining halal certificates. The purpose of this paper is to provide a literature review and a conceptual framework on the study for the determinant factors of quality assurance in halal food industry. The result of determinant factors that affected the quality of halal food consists of five factors.


quality assurance, halal food industry, determinant factors

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