Supply chain framework for selling halal meat in retail business: A case study

Nur Feriyanto, Chairul Saleh, Sakinah Ulandari, Baba Md Deros

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Abstract

The growth rate of Muslim population is at 1.84% per year is higher when compared to the growth of the Christian population which is at 1.32% per year. Therefore, many researched have been conducted to discuss and explain on certain topic that can related with Islamic law such as the benefits to health one can get from performing body movements in their daily Sholat. In this study, the researchers shall explore and investigate on the way to how maintain the meat halal status throughout the supply chain, starting from the meat slaughter house until it is bought and consume by the customer. This study will observe and focus on halal meat status beginning from the arrival of halal meat in the retail and throughout the supply chain such as warehousing, delivery process and transportation, inventory until it is bought and consumed by the consumer must be halal. The study was conducted to investigate the halal meat supply chain framework implemented at a retail business in Yogyakarta, Indonesia that sells fresh meat, seafood, groceries and other household products. The study result shows that there is a probability of outside contamination in the supply chain that can change the halal meat status to become non-halal if it is not properly handled. In order to determine and certify the halal status of the meat, the management of the retail business and Majlis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) must work together.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4684-4689
Number of pages6
JournalInternational Business Management
Volume10
Issue number19
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Retail
Supply chain
Indonesia
Contamination
Muslims
Islamic law
Seafood
Household
Health
Warehousing
Grocery

Keywords

  • Etermine
  • Halal meat
  • Halal supply chain
  • Probability
  • Retail
  • Supply chain

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Business and International Management
  • Strategy and Management

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Feriyanto, N., Saleh, C., Ulandari, S., & Md Deros, B. (2016). Supply chain framework for selling halal meat in retail business: A case study. International Business Management, 10(19), 4684-4689.

Supply chain framework for selling halal meat in retail business : A case study. / Feriyanto, Nur; Saleh, Chairul; Ulandari, Sakinah; Md Deros, Baba.

In: International Business Management, Vol. 10, No. 19, 2016, p. 4684-4689.

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Feriyanto, N, Saleh, C, Ulandari, S & Md Deros, B 2016, 'Supply chain framework for selling halal meat in retail business: A case study', International Business Management, vol. 10, no. 19, pp. 4684-4689.
Feriyanto, Nur ; Saleh, Chairul ; Ulandari, Sakinah ; Md Deros, Baba. / Supply chain framework for selling halal meat in retail business : A case study. In: International Business Management. 2016 ; Vol. 10, No. 19. pp. 4684-4689.
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