Malang, PERSPEKTIF – Along with the change of cafeteria governance in UB becomes centralized, UB proclaims an academic canteen concept of halal thayyiban, with Library Cafeteria as its pilot project. The concept of academic canteen halalan thayyiban serve as the standard of food at all canteen in UB.
Suprayogi, General Manager of UB Kantin, said that he has done socialization about the concept of academic canteen halalan thayyiban by inviting the tenants of the Faculty.
Yogi explained for the certification process itself there are external auditors namely Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) East Java Province and Quality Assurance Unit from internal UB.
“We have been to the MUI but we are still waiting for the audit and certification process, and we have guided tenant related halal food,” he said on (22/3)
Sukoso, Head of the Thoyyib Halal Study Center, revealed that UB applied the concept of the academic canteen of the thayyiban, as it was based on legislation governing food safety.
“So to do something, must have a basis. Law No. 33 of 2014, and it is legal law to be realized 5 years after being enacted. So, in 2019 is mandatory for all products, there is some explanation, “he explained
On the other hand, Anang Sujoko, Vice Dean II, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP) UB, admitted that until now the canteen in FISIP has not implemented the concept of the thayyiban.
“For halal we have required, but if the thayyiban is a series of non-academic Business Entities that will supply the materials. So the materials must be halal, then the thayyib can also be guaranteed as a supply. Whether from themselves or how the mechanism work has not yet been agreed, “he said on (22/3)
To take certification, at least three million rupiah to bring in auditors. “If not wrong three million per stand, in UB there are about 150 booths and payed by UB, “said Suprayogi.
The academic canteen concept of halal thayiban also has an impact for re-seller students, because those who participate in food certification training are limited to the merchants only.
“Re-seller students must comply with the rules that have been set so all must be halal certified even raw materials used must have been certified halal not only halal but also thayyib and hygiene,” added Suprayogi.
Suprayogi added for Re-seller students it would be much better if entrusted his goods or join the cafeteria that has been officially in the faculty or university under UB canteen.
Responding to that Anang Sujoko, felt the dilemma in reacting. “On the one hand they need extra money to live, on the other hand they also do not know the certainty of health problems. At least we make educational efforts, because who do not sell our permits like putting cake in the gazebo we do not know, “he concluded.