Indonesian Youth Compete Making Halal Products and Business Plan

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Jakarta, 13 Jumadil Akhir 1438/12 March 2017 (MINA) –  A number of universities from various regions in Indonesia have joined the competition , not only vie to make halal products but present bussines plan as well.

The competition was part of series of events held to enliven the Islamic Economic Days II organized by SEBI University College of Islamic Economics (STEI SEBI) from 8-11 March.

The youth was participants from the University of Gadjah Mada, Universitas Darussalam (Unida) of Gontor, STEBI SEBI of Depok, Tazkia School of Islamic Economics and School of Land Transport (STTD) of the Ministry of Transportation.

The first team to start the presentation was Unida, who presented Vera Tea, a mixture of herbal tea with aloe vera and honey.


After that UGM presented a practical tool to close the intimate parts in Islam (known as aurat) during ablution. It is made similar to hijab, made of iron poles and fabrics watermark, which is used when the area of ablution open and mix with men.

Meanwhile student of  STEI SEBI, as the host, presented a bread which was processed from banana peel waste.

Not only that, participants of School of Land Transport (STTD) made a pizza, called Pizza Go Rank, with a herbal taste. Then, participants of Tazkia School of Islamic Economics presented Cassamie, a halal homemade noodles.

“The Competition is part of the learning process. In general they did great. But the next is we need to go through the process of testing and further development to make it more interesting,” said a judge.(L/RE1/RS5)

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Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)