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The tipping points for the rise in demand are increasing Muslim population and consumers' demand for safe, hygienic and friendly to human body cosmetic products. However, the Halal cosmetics industry so far is unable to cater to the needs of its customers due to several factors. This is one of the reasons that Halal cosmetics are not fully penetrated among Malaysian consumers. The current study focusses to analyse the adoption of Halal cosmetics in Malaysia and the factors influence its adoption.
Findings This study reports top authors contributing to this area, the key sub-research areas and the influential works based on citations and PageRank. We identified from the citation analysis that major influential works of Halal are from the subject area of biological science and related areas.
HalalChain is a decentralized smart chain, based on blockchain and Internet of Things, which enables food traceability through all stages of production, processing, and distribution across the entire supply chain. Not only limited to the Halal food industry, Halal Chain enables the traceability of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics products, as well as all food products to ensure safety as well as compliance to all health claims. HalalChain can track and verify Halal food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics through all stages of production, processing and distribution across the entire supply chain. The system will revolutionize the integrity of Halal compliance through real-time monitoring, comprehensive Halal standards application, as well as in ensuring Halal certification integrity. Given that the concept of Halal is quite influential amongst muslim believers, a group of consumer products may be clearly defined.
Blockchain Powered Halal Chain Launched in Dubai will Revolutionize Halal Products’ Compliance
Governments are increasingly calling for mutual recognition among national halal certification bodies. Malaysia, widely recognised as a pioneer in halal certification, has recognised 78 foreign certification bodies from 45 countries, according to a list published by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia. Blockchain is also being deployed to solve inconsistencies in the certification process and increase transparency. Another challenge faced by companies and countries in the halal industry is the lack of standardisation in the halal certification process.
Purpose This study aims to investigate the factors that motivate Muslim consumers to pay for halal-certified food. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected through a survey of 272 Muslim consumers in Malaysia. Findings The results showed that animal slaughter, halal logo, food quality and religious commitment have a positive effect on the willingness to pay for halal food. Religious commitment positively moderates the relationship between storage and transportation and the willingness to pay for halal-certified food. Practical implications Policy makers as well as managers of halal food companies can benefit from this study which provides insight into ways to increase demand for halal food.
The standard procedures for animal slaughtering in the industry
Although he agrees with the interpretation that halal is a lifestyle that includes nonfood products, he said his Muslim countrymen may not see such a need. Food SC integrity framework is important to religious food as it plays a significant role to the population. This study contributes to a newly developed SC integrity framework in the context of halal food. The definition includes explicit reference to Halal integrity or Shariah-compliant products.
Organizational readiness is the third factor that drives the company to adopt HFSC. Research limitations/implications – Majority of the sample was responded by Bumiputera companies. The study suggests focussing the study for non-Bumiputera companies to examine their influence towards HFSC.
7.4.7 Nanotechnology in religious food
Frequently, these products contain animal by-products or other ingredients that are not permissible for Muslims to eat or use on their bodies. In 2017, the global halal economy amounted to $2.1 trillion as the world's roughly 1.8 billion Muslims warm up to halal lifestyle products, according to the State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2018/19 by Thomson Reuters and DinarStandard.
- Thus, a need is felt to identify the factors which are critical to the successful implementation of traceability in Halal Supply Chain Management (HSCM).
- Key Halal and SCM Focus areas and their mapping with seven main HSCM definitions.
- The definition includes explicit reference to Halal integrity or Shariah-compliant products.
- The purpose of this paper is to critically evaluate and review the reported literature in the broad area of Halal using bibliometric technique and network analysis tools.
There is sufficient evidence to show that lard and pork back-fat were employed as shortening in the manufacture of several meat-based products. Efforts have been taken in recent times to develop halal-based shortenings to be used as ingredients in food product formulations.
Purpose – Multiplicity and conflicting Halal standards involve unnecessary repetition of testing for demonstrating the Halal integrity of the process and the product, thus making it difficult for the Halal commodities to get traction in international markets. The purpose of this paper is to suggest initiatives to facilitate harmonisation of Halal standards as to eliminate trade barrier of Halal and to assure the availability of Halal consumables to larger masses. This integrated methodology with the weighted criteria have refined the value of the net dominance of different variables, thereby increasing the efficacy of IRP in decision making. Findings – Findings suggest that strengthening the strategic coordination and collaboration among competent HCBs is a significant initiative.
Originality/value The novelty of the study is that no published study has reported the bibliometric study and network analysis techniques in the area of Halal. Web diagram of the key Halal & Supply Chain Management characteristics exhibited by the existing definitions.
Additionally, the fuzzy AHP analysis depends on relative preference weight. Therefore, care should be taken while constructing a pairwise comparison matrix for risk elements. Practical implications-The findings of the study can help the managers who have a holistic view on risk mitigation of the Halal food supply chain. This study may assist managers to share information about the processing of Halal food from top to bottom to manage risk.
Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy for food quality analysis
The country-specific laws and certifying bodies, however, pose a challenge to multinational companies (MNC) that wish to expand into the niche Muslim consumer base, which calls for a global Halal certification. The presence of a global hub will result in a smoother production chain, where the higher processes required, like farming for Halal products, would be transparent and standardized. The demand for Halal cosmetic products has gained substantial momentum in the modern millennium.
This initiative needs to be undertaken to mitigate the conflict between HCBs. This necessitates to develop a common platform in making the collective decision for effectively controlling Halal businesses. Moreover, recognising competent HCBs will prompt the effective implementation and execution of Halal standards across the supply chain, and ease the global trading of Halal products. A framework has been conceptualised to enable harmonisation of Halal standards which intimates to develop globally agreed protocols for Halal practices. Practical implications – The framework presented may act as a prelude to harmonise Halal standards and may positively affect the international trade of Halal commodities by phasing out the discriminatory and market-impeding standards.
The use of toxic nanoparticles in food packaging should be considered unlawful. Life cycle analysis should be incorporated into religious evaluation of food packaging system. Because of the challenge of regulation in China, the kosher plants there primarily manufacture kosher ingredients/chemicals, as opposed to finished food products, as well as canned/dried fruit and vegetables, which are much easier to inspect for compliance.
The data was collected from 275 cosmetics consumers through a self-administrated questionnaire. The content of the questionnaire was designed using Roger's Diffusion of Innovation theory (DOI). The findings indicate that awareness and understanding level, perceived attributes of innovation and social influence have a significant positive impact whereas, financial cost has a significant negative impact on the adoption of Halal cosmetics. Findings further depict that religiosity mediates the awareness and understanding, perceived attributes of innovation, financial cost and social influence to impact on the adoption. The sample size and adopted framework are not ideal to generalize the findings to the entire population of Halal cosmetics consumers.
Regulations, opportunities, and key trends of functional foods in Malaysia
Nearly 100 KFC outlets around the country serve halal-approved chicken, as do around 75 – a fifth – of Nando's. The sandwiches served in selected Subway stores have contained halal meat since 2007, while all Pizza Express chicken is halal. Even McDonald's trialled a halal offering, before deciding the changes required to its kitchen procedures would be too great.