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Indonesian Journal of Halal Research (IJHAR)
ISSN : 26563754     EISSN : 26570165     DOI : -
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research (IJHAR) (p-ISSN: 2656-3754, e-ISSN: 2657-0165) is a scientific journal published by the Halal Center UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung. This journal contains scientific papers from Academics, Researchers, and Practitioners about research on halal. Indonesian Journal of Halal Research (IJHAR) is published twice a year in February and August. The paper is an original script and has a research base on halal.
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Articles 15 Documents
Na-Alginate Utilization of Brown Algae (Sargassum sp.) as A Halal Edible Film Basic Materials Khasanah, Nisa Nur; Amalia, Vina; El Viera, Baiq Vera; Sawitri, Asti
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i1.4242

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Edible films made of Na-alginate from brown algae have great potential to be developed as brown algae have a fairly high abundance in Indonesia but have not been widely used. Therefore, in this study conducted by making edible films made from Na-alginate modified by the addition of hydrocolloids carrageenan and glycerol plasticizier. The addition of carrageenan biopolymers is the property of the produced Edible film. The use of glycerol as a plasticizer aims to improve the properties of elasticity Edible films. This research method consists of two stages. First, the isolation and characterization of Na-alginate. Both the preparation and characterization of making edible films. Na-alginate characterization results in yield of 25.68%, 10.84% moisture content, ash content of 23.79%. The carrageenan on the formula Edible films affect the characterization of the resulting films. The value of water absorption from 333.13% to 335.45% and the elongation of 26.26% to 33.34%, and the declining value of tensile strength of 8.93 MPa to 4.17 MPa and young's modulus values of 0.34 MPa to 0.22 MPa with the addition of carrageenan on an Edible film formula.
The Opportunities of Using Malay Apple (Syzygium malaccense (L). Merr. & Perry) Wood Stem Extract as Halal and Thayyib Antidiabetic Drugs Fauziah, Nenden; Senania, Astri; Nuari, Dhoni Anshar; Setianingrum, Marginingsih
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i2.5328

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The use of existing antidiabetic drugs generally causes dangerous side effects, while the use of insulin has a problem with the halal status of the ingredients. Treatment with halal and thayyib medicinal ingredients is needed by Muslims, so it is necessary to find antidiabetic drugs that are halal and thayyib. The use of natural materials such as malay apple can be a solution for halal medicine. The study on antihyperglycemic activity of extracts of malay apple stem wood have been done. Invivo studies were carried out on animal experiments in male swiss webster mice using the glucose tolerance method. The experimental results showed a decrease in blood glucose levels after feeding with extract of malay apple stem wood at doses of 100 mg/Kgbw, 200 mg/Kgbw and 400 mg/Kgbw, which were significantly different compared to the control group (p <0.05), but effective doses shown at a dose of 100 mg/Kgbw. Measurement of moisture and ash content, levels of heavy metal and microbial contamination, showed that the simplicia of malay apple stem wood is safe. The results of this study indicate that malay apple wood extract is a material that is very likely to be used as antidiabetic drugs that are halal and thayyib.
Physical and Chemical Characteristic of Halal Gelatin Extracted from Buffalo Hide with Addition of Pineapple Rind at Different Ratio Aprizal, Aprizal; Mirdhayati, Irdha; Yendraliza, Yendraliza
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i1.4109

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The production of halal gelatin from buffalo hide waste which is animal be slaughtered according to Islamic law and using pineapple rind as an extraction agent was an alternative to produce halal gelatin. The availability of buffalo hide in Riau Province was stable and its hide had high protein content. This research was conducted to produced and determine the characteristics of halal gelatin from buffalo hide using solution of pineapple skin in terms of their physical and chemical properties. The Completely Randomized Design (CRD) was experimental design used with consist of 3 treatments and 4 replications. The treatment was ratio hide :  pineapple rind solution, namely 3:1, 3:2 , 3:3 w/v. The parameters observed were yield, viscosity, color, pH, ash content and moisture content. The results showed that immersion of buffalo hide in the solution of pineapple rind at different ratio gave highly significant increased the viscosity and ash content of gelatin but not significant effect to yield percentage , color, pH and moisture of gelatin. The yield percentage ranging from 5.99-7.33%, pH 4.83-4.85, viscosity was 1.95-2.20 cP, color 0.54-0.71 absorbance unit, ash 0.25-, 032% and moisture 9.97-9.99%. It can be concluded that the best treatment was ratio 3:2 and 3 : 3 according to had viscosity, pH, color, ash and moisture in line with the standard of gelatin by Gelatin Manufacture Institute of America (GMIA).
Detection of Porcine DNA in Processed Beef Products Using Real Time – Polymerase Chain Reaction Septiani, Triayu
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i2.5601

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Meat is one of food materials which has protein source and mostlyconsumed by non-vegetarian. Consuming halal food is an obligation for every Muslim. Meat processed products usually contaminated by pork. One of technique that is often chosen as an authentication process for proofing halalness of the product is PCR technique, one of PCR technique which most commonly used is RT-PCR. RT-PCR technique was chosen as identification method because it has high accuration for detection of porcine DNA in fresh meat and processed products. RT-PCR is the amplification technique in the specific regions that are restricted by two oligonucleotide with the help of polymerase enzymes. Annealing is the first process of RT-PCR analysis who was primary attachment to the DNA template that determines the specificity and amount of DNA produced. In this study, extraction kit and detection kit were used for analysis Porcine DNA in meatballs. The results obtained from this study were from whole DNA samples, which had DNA purity ranging from 1.82 to 1.93. From the all samples three of them containing porcine DNA. The positive samples shown from amplification curves who was specifically formed when probes reacts with porcine gene.
Management of Supply Chain Process for Meat Products Nusran, Muhammad; Alam, Roslina; Triana, Dien; Parakkasi, Idris; Abdullah, Tajuddin
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i1.4089

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The purpose of this research plan is to make a mapping of the Halal Critical Point of Beef Products and a number of Processed Beef Products and also to create a Supply Chain Process Flow System for Meat products. Data and analysis of data explored in this research plan are stakeholders in the halal supply chain, namely authority institutions such as slaughtering houses (RPH), producers, logistics providers, operators, consumers, and the government by making questionnaires to identify criteria and sub-criteria important. The survey discusses consumer perceptions of the halal supply chain of products of beef and processed beef using the score method. The results of data processing can then be analyzed using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) model. This study is expected to contribute to the selection of important criteria for halal supply chains of Meat products and their processed products, then contribute to the priority index using AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process)
The Effect of Storage Duration on Fruit Juices Made With or Without the Addition of Yeast Towards Its Alcohol Content Roswiem, Anna Priangani; Septiani, Triayu; Yuliwulandari, Rika
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i2.5753

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Fruit juice is a healthy beverage. However, we must be careful in handling or consuming such juice, especially in relation to its storage time. The Prophet of Muhammed PBUH in his hadith prohibits to drink fruit juices that have been stored for more than 3 days, as its legal status changes from Halal into Haram.In accordance with the development of science and technology, many methods could be used to measure alcohol content in a sample; such as Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectroscopy method (GC-MS). Therefore the objective of this research was to analyze the alcohol content of various fruit juices made with or without the addition of yeast and  being stored within 1, 2, and 3 days using GC-MS, as well as its relation to the hadith Matn of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH regarding its law. Results showed that alcohol (ethanol) content of various fruit juices : red grapes, green grapes, dates, pomegranate and durian, made without the addition of yeast which stored for 3 days, in consecutive order were 0.524; 0.144; 0.214; 0.143 and 0.314% v/v. While alcohol (ethanol) content of various fruit juices : red grapes, green grapes, dates, pomegranate and durian, made with the addition of 10 g/L yeast were  and stored for 3 days were 0.618; 0.921; 0.901; 0.575 and 1.202% v/v constitutively. Alcohol content of red grapes fruit juices of 0.524% v/v was the highest alcohol content (in juices) which is still Halal to be consumed.
Pig Sample Handling in Research Laboratory Scale Kulsum, Yuni; Adawiyah, Ayuni; Shofwaturrohmani, Fatiya; Nurjanah, Desi
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i1.4091

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The laboratory is a closed room or open room as a place for conducting experiments and research. One understanding when laboratory research is important to master is the management of samples, especially wet samples. One sample sample that requires special handling is a sample of pig. The management of samples, especially samples of unclean ingredients, do not yet have clear references so that they become a big dilemma and become uneasy with Muslims if they are not managed properly. The method used in writing this article is literature study, discussion and study. The results include laboratory layout, organizing laboratory management, and retrieval techniques as well as handling laboratory pig samples. In general, handling pig samples on a laboratory scale must be done with extra caution, detail, and aseptism 
Study of Critical Point Analysis on Meat-Based Foods in Bandung Adawiyah, Ayuni; Kulsum, Yuni
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i2.5780

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Halal is a term of lawful or permitted to do according to Islamic law which regulates all aspects of life especially in consuming food. Halal critical point is a condition of food processing. Halal food has a possibility transformed into haram if there are non-halal ingredients used during the food processing. The concept of Halalan Tayyiban is not widely understood by the Muslim, although it is necessary for all human according to health and hygiene. This research was a descriptive study with a qualitative approach. The interview and observation to 8 informants were carried out to the seller of sausages (chicken and beef), cilok, burger, bump and three types of meatballs. The results of the halal condition analysis of processed meat-based foods which is supported by the results of observations and interviews directly pursed into two main important discussions, namely in terms of the composition and processing of processed meat-based food.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Method for Classification of Beef and Pork Aroma Based on Electronic Nose Tazi, Imam; Isnaini, Nur Laila; Mutmainnah, Mutmainnah; Ainur, Avin
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i1.4155

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There are several testing processes for consuming meat products. Organoleptic evaluation is an evaluation based on color, texture, smell, and taste. This research aims to find out the response pattern of 10 gas sensor array contained in the electronic nose against the odor pattern of beef and pork base on a smell. The classification method used is using the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) method. This method is expected to simplify the test of differences in beef and pork based on the aroma. The meat used is standard beef and pork consumption that has been sold in supermarkets. Samples of beef and pork are then ground until smooth. After that, it is weighed until it reaches 1 ounce. The meat samples were tested using an electronic nose consisting of 10 gas sensors. The multivariate analysis method was used to classify the aroma of beef and pork. The results of the data processing showed that the aroma classification of beef and pork which was indexed by the electronic nose was perfect. Based on the PCA method, the proportion of PC1 is 93.4%, and PC2 is 4.9%. From the second cumulative number, the value of the first PC was obtained 98.3%. This value indicates that only with 2-dimensional data, can represent ten dimensions of data. The loading plot shows that the MQ-138 and MQ-3 sensors are the most powerful sensors in testing samples of beef and pork.
Factors Influencing Purchase Intention of Halal Products in Pontianak City Budiman, Riadi
Indonesian Journal of Halal Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijhar.v1i2.4440

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Halal certification is a halal recognition by MUI on a product that is important especially for Muslim consumers. The existence of a halal label on a product provides added value to businessmen while consumers getting a consumer guarantee. Based on The Republic of Indonesia Law No. 33 of 2014 regarding the guarantee of halal products, the provisions of halal products are based on ingredients and processing. This study focuses on the halal production process based on Islamic Shari'a. This study aimed to identify the factors influencing consumer interest in halal food products. The results showed that halal certification, halal awareness, food ingredients affect purchase intention. These three factors may become consideration for the producer to produce their product.

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