Halal supply chain framework for retail business focused on beverage industry: A case study

Chairul Saleh, Virny Zasyana Eka Putri, Nur Feriyanto, Baba Md Deros

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Abstract

Today the demand on halal food industry is growing steadily. This growth is followed by anxiety about the food itself. Consumers are questioning about halal status of food products because many halal food producers were from non-Muslim country. It becomes more risky for all parties in halal food industry when there is no unified or standardized regulations on ensuring the halal status is maintained in all processes throughout the supply chain. Therefore, halal supply chain guidelines becomes a necessity for every stage in the halal food industry. At the retail stage, consumers must be ensured the food products displayed are safe, clean and halal. In retail business, there is shortage of research conducted on halal supply chain field. Due to this, there is a need to conduct research on proper halal supply chain framework for retail business. In this study, the researchers have conducted observations and interviews on a retail business selling beverages located in Yogyakarta, Indonesia by assessing whether all processes in the supply chain have complied with the Islamic law. The assessment processes on the beverage product were divided into supplier arrival, receiving, transit, storage and display. Assessment on all the processes was based on the Islamic law to develop an appropriate framework for retail business to ensure halal status of beverage products is maintained.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4679-4683
Number of pages5
JournalInternational Business Management
Volume10
Issue number19
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Beverages
Retail
Industry
Supply chain
Food industry
Islamic law
Food
Food products
Suppliers
Shortage
Indonesia
Anxiety

Keywords

  • Beverage
  • Food industry
  • Framework
  • Halal supply chain management
  • Retail

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Business and International Management
  • Strategy and Management

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Saleh, C., Eka Putri, V. Z., Feriyanto, N., & Md Deros, B. (2016). Halal supply chain framework for retail business focused on beverage industry: A case study. International Business Management, 10(19), 4679-4683.

Halal supply chain framework for retail business focused on beverage industry : A case study. / Saleh, Chairul; Eka Putri, Virny Zasyana; Feriyanto, Nur; Md Deros, Baba.

In: International Business Management, Vol. 10, No. 19, 2016, p. 4679-4683.

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Saleh, C, Eka Putri, VZ, Feriyanto, N & Md Deros, B 2016, 'Halal supply chain framework for retail business focused on beverage industry: A case study', International Business Management, vol. 10, no. 19, pp. 4679-4683.
Saleh, Chairul ; Eka Putri, Virny Zasyana ; Feriyanto, Nur ; Md Deros, Baba. / Halal supply chain framework for retail business focused on beverage industry : A case study. In: International Business Management. 2016 ; Vol. 10, No. 19. pp. 4679-4683.
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