Overview on the Implementation of Halal Certification among Home-Based Food Business (HBFB) in Malaysia
This article provides an overview of the implementation of halal certification among Home-Based Food Businesses (HBFBs) in Malaysia. Entrepreneurial organisations like Home-Based Business (HBB) help produce food and beverages. HBBs should comply with halal requirements as they develop in the nation. This overview explores the concepts, awareness, challenges, and importance of obtaining halal certification for HBBs in food products. This qualitative study uses content analysis to examine HBFB halal certification implementation. It examined existing studies and literature. The data suggest the HBFB experienced difficulties obtaining halal certification. The government has also taken steps to help HBB entrepreneurs get halal certificates. It is essential for HBFB to have a halal certificate especially when it concerns halal food and food safety to ensure the halalness and quality of food products. Nonetheless, this study aims to provide insights and guides towards relevant parties including the entrepreneurs in the implementation of halal certification for HBFB to compete in the global halal market.
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