IAS Working Paper No. 50

Hajah Siti Norfadzilah Binti Haji Kifli

Abstract

This research explores how halal is regulated and practised in Brunei by highlighting the process of Halal Certification in Brunei.

In the recent enforcement of the Halal Certificate and Halal Logo (Amendment) Order of 2017, this research discusses the effects it has towards the local food and beverage (F&B) businesses, particularly the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). By comparing halal certification in Brunei with Singapore and Malaysia, the paper highlights the concept being used in regulating halal in Brunei, which is Halalan Thayyiban.

Keywords: Halal Certification, Brunei, Halalan Thayyiban, MSMEs

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