Halal Certification in Indonesia
and its Application Procedures

Thursday, 27 June 2024

3.00 PM to 4.30 PM (Jakarta time)

ZOOM Online


When entering or trading in the Indonesian food and beverage market, it is crucial to have your products or services certified as Halal to meet the GR 39/2021 regulation.

Following a compliance grace period, businesses must obtain a Halal certification for their food, beverage, and related services by no later than October 17, 2024.   Failure to comply before the deadline could lead to administrative sanctions, including written warnings, fines, or removal of goods and services from the market.

The regulation also mandates Halal certification of various of goods and services, each with sector-specific deadlines. To prevent missing these deadlines, it is advisable for businesses to start the process early. As for the other sectors the compliance period has been extended beyond 2024. For an example Halal Cosmetics is extended to October 17, 2026.

This Webinar will also cover Halal Certification Process for Imported Goods in Indonesia. It will provide you with a more detailed explanation for getting Halal certified and explains in detail how to obtain Halal certification, including information on obtaining certification for imported goods

Foreign products entering Indonesia that have been halal certified outside of the country, must undergo registration with the BPJPH, provided that the product is certified by a Foreign Halal Institute (LHLN) which has signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement with BPJPH. Importers or their official representatives are responsible for submitting applications for this registration.

Key Topics

  1. Overview of Indonesia’s Halal market
  2. Overview of Halal certification and sectors required to obtain Halal Certification
  3. Halal certification procedures
  4. Challenges in the Halal certification procedure
  5. Case Studies / Examples
  6. Q&A


Hardy Salim is part of Dezan Shira & Associates’ Business Advisory Service unit, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He advises investors related to legal matters for their proposed investment or commercial transaction in Indonesia.

Before joining Dezan Shira & Associates, he worked in prominent law firms and companies as legal counsel where he assisted in several commercial transactions, including but not limited to M&A transactions, corporate restructuring, and personal data protection related matters.

Hardy holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from Tarumanagara University, Jakarta. He is licensed as an advocate by the Indonesian National Bar Council (DPN Indonesia) and is also a member of the council. Hardy speaks fluent Bahasa and English

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