INCREASING COMMUNITY AWARENESS TOWARDS HALAL AND THAYYIB PRODUCTS

  • Himmi Marsiati Universitas YARSI
  • Anna P. Roswiem Universitas YARSI
  • Triayu Septiani Universitas YARSI
  • Dedy Suseno Universitas YARSI

Abstract

Halal products generally can be seen from the Halal Certificate and or Halal Label on the product packaging. However, halal products often are sold with products that have not been guaranteed to the Halal in one place of display such as in supermarkets or the market, so it can’t be known the halalness of the product. To know halal and thayyib products, knowledge of foodstuffs are classified as halal and thayyib is needed. The purpose of this Community Service (PKM) activity is to socialize and educate related halal and thayyib products, the ingredients used in the product manufacturing process, and the halal critical point of each ingredient and or product. This form of activity is in the form of education and socialization about halal and thayyib materials and or products that enter, circulate, and be traded in the territory of Indonesia. To see the success rate and satisfaction of participants in this PKM activity are done through pretest, posttest, and questionnaire. The result of this PKM is that the participants can understand that the products that enter, circulate, and are traded in the territory of Indonesia are syubhat, so they must be halal certified. In addition, the participants of the PKM program can know and or distinguish what ingredients or products are halal or haram, as well as which are thayyib and which are not thayyib.

Keywords: Halal, Thayyib, Halal Product

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Published
2022-10-31
How to Cite
Marsiati, H., P. Roswiem, A., Septiani, T., & Suseno, D. (2022). INCREASING COMMUNITY AWARENESS TOWARDS HALAL AND THAYYIB PRODUCTS. Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Multidisiplin, 6(1), 30-37. https://doi.org/10.36341/jpm.v6i1.2655
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