Jakarta – The number of halal culinary in Indonesia is increasing. This time, The Assessment Institute for Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics of Indonesian Council of Ulama (LPPOM MUI) issued a halal certificate for Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks. The handing over of the halal certificate was officially given to the Executive Director of Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks, Janes Sudarto on January 16, 2020, at Grand Indonesia East Mall, Jakarta.
This pioneer of Taiwanese snacks succeeded in pocketing a halal certificate with the status of implementing the Halal Assurance System (HAS) with grade A on November 20, 2019, ago. This is a very good achievement. The next thing that needs to be the main concern is maintaining consistency in the implementation of the HAS.
MUI requires halal-certified companies to create a system that can guarantee the halal product. The aim is for the company to maintain its halal consistency through the implementation of HAS in all existing parts and outlets.
Janes revealed, Shihlin continued to endeavor to provide services and experience enjoying special Taiwanese chicken snacks for the people of Indonesia. In this case, the halal of the product becomes one thing that is very much considered.
MUI halal certificate makes consumers feel safe and comfortable when consuming Shihlin. This is because Shihlin has proven its quality and guaranteed halal.
“With the halal certificate that we have now; we will consistently maintain the quality and halal quality of the product. We also continue to expand to reach more regions in Indonesia so that more people can taste Shihlin,” Janes said.
Since 2008 until now, Shihlin has 135 outlets spread across Java, Bali, Sumatra, and Kalimantan. And this year, Shihlin is targeting the addition of 70 new outlets. This is in line with Shihlin’s business strategy to make its product the number one choice of chicken snacks for the people of Indonesia. (YN)