Legal Protection Of Non-Halal Certified Food And Beverages In Lhokseumawe City
Keywords:Consumer Protection, Food and Beverage, Halal Certificate
Regulation on halal labeling of a product actually already exists, namely law No. 33 of 2014 concerning Halal Product Guarantee. Law Number 7 of 1996 concerning Food, Law Number 8 of 1999 concerning Food Labels and Advertisements. But in general, in the market there are still many circulating food products that include unauthorized labels. The inclusion of the halal label does not necessarily go through the appropriate and correct halal certification process. Therefore many consumers are at a disadvantage. Based on the results of the study, it is known that in Lhokseumawe City there are still many producers or business actors who have not taken care of certificates and halal in the instasi in protecting consumers against the circulation of packaged food products without halal labeling. In addition, the absence of laws given to producers or business actors results in producers or business actors not taking care of halal certification and labeling. Legal remedies so far have been carried out by the government as stated in the law. However, the cost factor and the requirements of a long process and ignorance make the issuance of halal certificates and labels require costs and a long time so that producers or business actors are reluctant to take care of it. To producers or actors to pay attention to the rights of Muslim consumers. To related parties to carry out strict supervision, provide legal consequences for those who do not include halal labels, and immediately set cost standards for handling halal certification and labeling, and immediately set cost standards for handling halal certificates and labeling. It is recommended that the government take the issue of inclusion of halal labels more seriously and be proactive in carrying out its obligations.
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