Analisis Dampak COVID-19 Terhadap Bisnis Restoran Dan Isu Layanan Pengiriman Makanan Halal Selama Pandemi Covid 19 Ditinjau Dari Perspektif Pemilik Restoran

Fitra Dila Lestari


The primary goal of this study was to examine the impact of COVID-19 on restaurant businesses in Central Java, as well as to identify concerns concerning the delivery of halal food and its integrity. From the standpoint of restaurant owners, this study explores the socioeconomic repercussions of the COVID-19 outbreak as well as concerns linked to halal food delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study will also include recommendations to lessen the effects on the restaurant industry. The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on the restaurant business and issues linked to halal food delivery services in Central Java was investigated using a qualitative study approach. 22 in-depth interviews with the top restaurant owners in the Semarang City Corporation region in Central Java were done. The acquired data were examined using a thematic analysis technique. According to the survey, restaurant owners had to cut back on staff in order to ensure social distance and adequate sanitization, all of which increased costs. Despite the huge growth of online orders and home delivery services, the operation of restaurants is progressively becoming unsustainable due to a lack of funding. Therefore, restaurant owners request financial support from the government. This study also demonstrates that there are significant concerns in the food and delivery service industries that can be addressed by adhering to the National Security Council's (MKN) control processes and Islamic principles under the purview of Maqashid Syariah. This study will assist decision-makers and restaurant owners in developing modern company policies and strategies. As a result, it will help to improve the current state of the restaurant industries in emerging nations like Indonesia.


COVID-19, restaurant business, pandemic, mitigate, halal food delivery services


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