Model Pengembangan Industri Halal Food di Indonesia

Faqiatul Mariya Waharini, Anissa Hakim Purwantini

Abstract


Abstract

The development of the halal industry will become more competitive with the involvement of the financial industry and sharia banking sectors. This study aims to explore the role of sharia banking in the development of halal food industry in Indonesia. The research method used is descriptive qualitative method with literature review. Based on the results of the analysis, it can be concluded that the role of sharia banking is not only limited to shariah-based financing which is riba (interest), maysir (uncertainty), and gharar (gambling), but also at all stages of production process (halal value chain management). Sharia banks play important role that can use to develop and improve the halal food industry. First on the halal control stage, the second on the logistics process and the last stage of halal verification.

Abstrak

Pengembangan industri halal akan menjadi lebih kompetitif dengan keterlibatan dari sektor industri keuangan dan perbankan syariah. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengeksplorasi peran perbankan syariah dalam pengembangan industri makanan halal di Indonesia. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah metode kualitatif deskriptif dengan telaah literatur. Berdasarkan hasil analisis, dapat disimpulkan bahwa peran perbankan syariah tidak hanya terbatas pada pembiayaan berbasis syariah yang bebas riba (bunga), maysir (ketidakpastian), dan gharar (perjudian). Akan tetapi juga pada seluruh tahapan proses produksi (halal value chain management). Peran penting yang dapat dilakukan perbankan syariah guna mengembangkan dan meningkatkan industri makanan halal, diantaranya dalam tiga proses halal integrity. Pertama pada tahap pengendalian halal, kedua pada proses logistik dan terkahir tahap halal verification.


Keywords


sharia bank; halal food industry; halal integrity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18326/muqtasid.v9i1.1-13

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