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Journal of halal product and research (JHPR)
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : 26549409     EISSN : 26549778     DOI : -
Journal of halal product and research (JHPR) is a journal published by Biannual (twice a year) by Halal Research Center and Product Development/ Pusat Riset dan Pengembangan Produk Halal (Halal Center) Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia (e-ISSN: 2654-9778 | p-ISSN:2654-9409). The journal is dedicated to improving the research and development of halal products. JHPR has been indexed by Crossref. All articles have unique DOI numbers.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 17 Documents
POLYSACCHARIDE AS GELATIN SUBTITUTE MATERIAL IN HALAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Faridah, Hayyun Durrotul; Susanti, Tri
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Halal Product and Research (JHPR)
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Drug delivery system describe the journey of a drug to get the target of action. The material used in drug delivery is very diverse and according to the therapymethod. So far, the use of gelatin in the pharmaceutical is very extensive, such as material in the drug delivery system. Gelatin can be produced from the extraction of animal collagen like from skin, bone and connective tissue. They are usually taken from the products of animal slaughterhouse products such as pigs and cattles. To produce a halal material, starting from the selection of basic materials until production of a material must be appropiate with Islamic rules. Like the selection of basic materials that getting from halal animals, the slaughter process is according to Islamic law and does not contain alcohol or other non-halal ingredients. However, today the use of pig skin as a gelatin base material is preferred because of its abundant availability and ease of processing. But actually pigs are animals that should not be consumed in Islam. The large number of pharmaceutical products derivating from pigs is a problem for a Muslim because it can be non-halal product. Therefore it is necessary to look for alternative gelatin as drug delivery system. One of the alternative material that can be used is a polysaccharide which is a natural polymer with very abundant availability in nature. For example carrageenan which is a polysaccharide extracted from the red seaweed, alginate extracted from brown seaweed, and xanthan gum which is the excretion of Xanthomonas campestris bacteria. The polysaccharide can be used as a halal drug delivery system and has the potential to be developed further so that it has better quality than gelatin.
VALIDATION GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-FID METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF ETHANOL CONTENT IN VINEGAR Pulungan, Indah Noviyanti Ruhmana; Kartosentono, Sugijanto; Prawita, Amirudin
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Halal Product and Research (JHPR)
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Production process of vinegar could be synthesized by chemical or microbiological. In Islam, vinegar must not be consumed if contains ethanol ? 1%, because it is categorized into khamr. The maximum concentration of vinegar fermentation is 1,0 %. This research was to analyze the alcohol compund that consist in vinegar. The validation method that used in this study are: selectivity, linearity, range, precision, accuracy, LOD and LOQ. The analysis instrument was gas chromatography Agilent 6890 Series GC System, with a Flame Ionization Detector (FID) and a column HP-5 (5% Phenyl 95% Methyl Siloxane), and optimal conditions were obtained by using temperature of inlet and detector of 250°C whilst the temperature of oven programed initially at 40°C, hold for 5 minutes, and raised to 5°C/min to 200°C. were used in this study. For split ratio was achieved at 50:1 and the injection volume was 1.0µl. The methods were proven selective and demonstrated linearity, precision and accuracy with r = 0.9995; 5,63% and 101,25%, respectively. On the other hand, the methods were proven that the sample contains alcohol. Finally, the result of quantitative ethanol contents analysis in vinegar from Saudi Arabia is 2,28.10-2  % v/v; and vinegar brand ?x? from market in Surabaya is 1,17.10-2 v/v.
PATIENTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS AN ALCOHOL CONTENT AND HALALNESS OF COUGH MEDICINES Rahem, Abdul
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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The halalness of medicines in Indonesia is an interesting case to study, given that the consumption of medicines and halal food is an obligation for the majority of Indonesia's Muslim population. Since the legalization of Law 33 of 2014 about Halal Product Assurance (UU JPH), there are still differences of opinion in several ministries in Republic Indonesia regarding the implementation of medicinal products, especially for medicines that are classified as life-saving. This research was conducted during August 2018 and aims to analyze the attitudes of cough sufferers towards the halalness of cough medicine and their attitude towards medicines containing alcohol. This study uses an observational design, the research variable is the attitude towards halal and alcohol content in drugs, and the drugs received. During one month, 25 respondents obtained in 5 apothecaries; 2 apothecaries in Bangkalan Regency and 3 apothecaries in Pamekasan Regency. The instrument used was a questionnaire. The results showed that 100 percent of patients wanted halal drugs and did not contain alcohol. From the data obtained, showed that 68 percent of patients received cough medicines containing alcohol between 2.50 ? 10 percent.
THE HALAL AWARENESS AND HALAL LABELS: DO THEY DETERMINE PURCHASE INTENTION? (STUDY ON SME’S BUSINESS PRACTITIONERS IN GRESIK) Nofianti, Kholis Amalia; Rofiqoh, Siti Nur Indah
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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This study aims to determine the relationship between halal awareness and halal labels certification on product purchase interest on Small and Medium Enterprises (SME?s) Business Practitioners in Gresik. Data collection is done by using a questionnaire filled by 52 respondents selected by purposive sampling method. All statistical analysis carried out with SPSS 22. The causative relationship between each independent variable, namely halal awareness and halal label on the dependent variable, namely purchase interest is determined by multiple linear regression. The simultaneous link between all variables on purchase intention is obtained significant results. The parsial test concludes that there was an influence of halal awareness on halal labels.On the parsial analysis of halal awareness and halal labels had a positive significant effect on purchase interest.
HALAL CERTIFICATION IN INDONESIA; HISTORY, DEVELOPMENT, AND IMPLEMENTATION Faridah, Hayyun Durrotul
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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Indonesia's population with a Muslim majority (87.18%) makes the need for halal products very large. There is a need for halal product guarantees for products entering or circulating in Indonesia. Halal guarantee in Indonesia is regulated by the Government through legislation. The halalness of a product can be determined by conducting halal certification by inspecting the product from the selection of raw materials, the production process, to the final product. The halal certification process in Indonesia has been developing. This study aims to describe the history, development, and implementation of halal certification in Indonesia, one of which is before and after the issuance of law on Halal Product Guarantee (Halal Law). Initially, halal certification in Indonesia was taken over by the Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) which is a civil society movement that has the support of the state. But after the issuance of the Halal Law, the authority for halal certification was transferred to the Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Produk Halal (BPJPH) which is an independent state institution under the Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia. This was also followed by several changes in several policies related to halal certification. Halal certification which was initially voluntary and does not yet have strong legal legitimacy has now become mandatory for business actors. Implementation of the Halal Law began on October 17, 2019, and will be carried out in stages. In the implementation effort, there needs to be a good collaboration between the government, business actors, and the community.
UNDERSTANDING FARMERS’ ACCESS AND PERCEPTION TO ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE ON AGRICULTURAL FINANCING: STUDY IN CENTRAL LAMPUNG REGENCY Yoko, Budi; Prayoga, Adistiar
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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The agricultural sector is a major sector in economic activity in the province of Lampung. However, the crucial issues are still encountered in the agricultural sector, such as low productivity triggered by a narrow land ownership and restrictions on capital. Baitul Maal wat Tamwil (BMT) is one example of rural microfinance institutions that can be optimized role in improving farmers' access to financing sources. The purpose of this study was to identify the perceptions of farmers on the existence of BMT and identify factors that can increase the chances of farmers access the agricultural financing of BMT. The results of the analysis has pointed out that farmers assess the perception of the existence of BMT important role in supporting farming activities or other economic activity. In terms of employee services, facilities and infrastructure owned, as well as agricultural finance products from BMT, farmers assess it is already quite good. Farmers give agreed statements to each perception attribute with different percentages. The results of the analysis with the logistic regression model show that the significant variables to increase farmers' opportunities to access sharia agricultural finance from BMT are the distance of farmer's house to BMT service office, cost of fund, and farmer's view of the credit interest system.
CONSUMER AWARENESS AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR HALAL CERTIFIED OF BEEF IN BOGOR AREA Alfikri, Syafiq; Baga, Lukman Mohammad; Suprehatin, Suprehatin
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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Indonesian government law No. 33 of 2014 on Halal Product Assurance (Halal Law) states that all products circulating in Indonesia must be halal-certified. The implementation of Halal Law has implications for increasing the cost of delivering beef to consumers because each seller is required to implement a process that is in accordance with Islamic law in order to obtain halal certificate. This cost will be distributed to consumers by increasing the selling price of beef that halal-certified. The aims of this study are, (1) analyze consumers' willingness to pay on halal-certified of beef, beef prices are currently very high (Rp 120,000 / kg), (2) analyze consumer awareness on halal-certified of beef. The research sample was taken in the Bogor area. The method used to analyze consumers' willingness to pay is Contingent Valuation Method (CVM), and the method for analyzing consumer awareness is Partial Least Square (PLS). The results of this study indicate two factors that significantly influence consumer awareness: religious beliefs and halal logos. The results of this study also indicate that beef consumers in Bogor area are willing to pay more than 4-6 percent for beef that is halal certified. These results indicate that consumers from the Bogor area are willing to pay more for halal-certified beef. This shows the community's support for the implementation of the Halal Law.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES OF THE CAUSES OF PROHIBITED FOODS IN ISLAMIC LAW Shukriya, Alvi Jauharotus; Faridah, Hayyun Durrotul
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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Development of science and technology have increasing rapidly. Almost all aspects have undergone modernization including research in Islamic aspects. Many studies have concluded that facts about the causes of food are permitted or prohibited by Islamic law. Al-Quran and Hadith have regulated permitted or prohibited foods. Obeying the prohibition for not consume prohibited food is believed contain wisdom and goodness for Muslims. This study will discuss scientific reasons that prohibited food in Islamic lawa has a negative impact on human health. This research refers to the main sources of Islamic law, namely the Holy Quran and Hadith, and scientific studies that prove the existence of negative effects on prohibited food for human health. This study showed that, prohibited foods in Islamic law are indeed not suitable for consumption and endanger human health, such as the presence harmful bacteria in carcass, dangerous compound in blood, parasitic diseases in pig, organ damage due to consume khamr and danger of meat consumption that is not slaughtered according to Islamic law.
THE ETHNOZOOLOGY OF JERING ETHNIC SOCIETY IN UTILIZING THE ANIMALS FOR HALAL TRADITIONAL MEDICINE Nukraheni, Yola Nazelia; Afriansyah, Budi; Ihsan, Muhammad
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Journal of Halal Research and Product (JHPR)
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Bangka island province has a high diversity of culture and local wisdom from its ethnic, one of them is Jerieng ethnic. Jerieng ethnic is tribe comes from Bangka Barat, especially Simpang Teritip subdistrict. Jerieng ethnic has knowledge in utilization biodiversity such as an animal that is utilized to be traditional medicine, This study is aimed to discover the knowledge of Jerieng ethnic about which animal used, knowing the method. to utilize it as traditional medicine and sort it into halal and haram based on Islamic law. The method used in this study is purposive sampling, include preliminary, data and information collecting, identification and grouping into halal and haram. Animals that are often used there are 21 species, 10 species (48%) categorized as halal and 11 species (52%) categorized as haram.
HALAL TOURISM: DEVELOPMENT, CHANCE AND CHALLENGE Satriana, Eka Dewi; Faridah, Hayuun Durrotul
Journal of Halal Product and Research Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Halal Product and Research (JHPR)
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The tourism sector is one sector that is able to increase employment and increase economic growth. At present, halal tourism  is starting to become popular. This is in line with the increase in Muslim tourists from year to year. The development of halal tourism began to be carried out by various countries, muslim and non-muslim countries. This article will explore the development of halal tourism in several countries, reviewing the concepts and principles of halal tourism, and discuss the chances and challenges.

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