The steps to obtain Halal certificate in Indonesia are listed below:
Step 1 – Traders submit Halal Certificate requests to BPJPH, which subsequently determines a definitive schedule for assessing the desired goods.
Step 2 – When a product is being processed, the auditor will look at halal substances. An auditor will perform a laboratory examination if the product is positively contaminated with a non-halal material.
Step 3 – The examination results will be sent to BPJPH. Furthermore, BPJPH will work with MUI to determine if the product is halal or not by requesting that MUI hold a Fatwa Hearing that will last up to 30 days.
Step 4 – After MUI renders a decision, there will be 2 possibilities:
Step 5 – Accepted Halal Certificate will be valid 4 years and must be renewed at least 3 months before expired day.