Heny Kuswanti Daryanto
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Tangible Value Biodiversitas Herbal dan Meningkatkan Daya Saing Produk Herbal Indonesia dalam Menghadapi Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN 2015

Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 19, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Herbs are environmentally friendly commodities that slogan back to nature. Herbal is a reliable commodityIndonesia because herbal raw material comes from Indonesias abundant biodiversity. However, the currentIndonesian herbal faced a number of challenges to be able to compete with the herbs that come from foreigncountries. The existence of the Free Trade Agreement can be seen by the opening of the market to the entry ofIndonesian herbal products imported from Cina, India, Malaysia, and others. Economically, Indonesias tradebalance deficit with export figures of herbal products continues to decline. That is, the existence of free tradeagreements is adversely affected by the low competitiveness of herbal products against imported products thatcirculate in Indonesia. In the midst of adversity free trade, in 2015 has agreed a free trade agreement between theASEAN countries (EAC). Will EAC able to lift Indonesian herbal products from the domestic market?.Keywords: competitiveness, EAC, export product, herbal, the domestic market

Tangible Value Biodiversitas Herbal dan Meningkatkan Daya Saing Produk Herbal Indonesia dalam Menghadapi Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN 2015

Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 19, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Herbs are environmentally friendly commodities that slogan back to nature. Herbal is a reliable commodityIndonesia because herbal raw material comes from Indonesias abundant biodiversity. However, the currentIndonesian herbal faced a number of challenges to be able to compete with the herbs that come from foreigncountries. The existence of the Free Trade Agreement can be seen by the opening of the market to the entry ofIndonesian herbal products imported from Cina, India, Malaysia, and others. Economically, Indonesias tradebalance deficit with export figures of herbal products continues to decline. That is, the existence of free tradeagreements is adversely affected by the low competitiveness of herbal products against imported products thatcirculate in Indonesia. In the midst of adversity free trade, in 2015 has agreed a free trade agreement between theASEAN countries (EAC). Will EAC able to lift Indonesian herbal products from the domestic market?.

Child Health Improvement through Implementation of Food Safety Model

Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat Nasional Vol. 10 No. 4 May 2016
Publisher : Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia

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Food is the most important basic human need, in which it’s fulfillment becomes major component of human right to embody qualified human resources in Indonesia. However, there have been some problems to embody it, such as food safety problem with percentage of foodborne ilness case that remains high. This study aimed to analyze the situation of Street Food for School Children (SFSC) safety practice nowadays and select the most effective and efficient food safety model alternative implemented on Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) in order to improve food safety performance, so child health improvement may occur. This study was conducted in the second quarter until the early third quarter of 2015 through field survey and expert survey by taking case study in elementary school environment. Field survey involved 102 respondents was conducted to enable situational analysis and expert survey was conducted to select the most effective and efficient food safety model implemented in SFSC MSE with Analytical Hierarchy Process. Field survey results showed 91% school child respondents ever suffered from health disorders after consuming SFSC. Moreover, 100% SFSC MSE respondents did not wear masks nor gloves before producing food/beverage, 62% still used nearby well water as water source for SFSC production and 86% used Food Additives. Expert survey results showed Five Keys to Safer Food model selected as the most effective and efficient food safety model implemented in SFSC MSE.AbstrakPemenuhan akan pangan merupakan komponen dasar untuk mewujudkan sumber daya manusia yang berkualitas. Namun, masih terdapat permasalahan dalam mewujudkannya, di antaranya masalah keamanan pangan dengan persentase kasus keracunan makanan masih tinggi. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis situasi pelaksanaan keamanan Pangan Jajanan Anak Sekolah (PJAS) yang ada saat ini dan memilih alternatif model keamanan pangan yang paling efektif dan efisien diterapkan di usaha mikro kecil (UMK) guna meningkatkan keamanan pangan yang dihasilkannya sehingga terjadi peningkatan kesehatan anak. Penelitian dilakukan pada kuartal II tahun 2015 sampai dengan awal kuartal III tahun 2015 melalui survei lapangan dan survei pakar dengan mengambil studi kasus di lingkungan sekolah dasar. Survei lapangan melibatkan 102 responden untuk memungkinkan dilakukannya analisis situasional dan juga survei pakar untuk memilih model keamanan pangan yang paling efektif dan efisien untuk diterapkan pada UMK PJAS dengan Analytical Hierarchy Process. Hasil survei lapangan menunjukkan 91% responden anak sekolah pernah mengalami gangguan kesehatan setelah mengonsumsi PJAS. Selain itu, 100% responden UMK PJAS tidak menggunakan masker dan sarung tangan sebelum mengolah makanan/minuman, 62% masih menggunakan air sumur sebagai sumber air untuk produksi PJAS dan 86% menggunakan Bahan Tambahan Pangan. Hasil survei pakar menunjukkan model Lima Kunci Pangan Aman terpilih sebagai model keamanan pangan yang paling efektif dan efisien diterapkan pada UMK PJAS.

Pengembangan Strategi Agribisnis Sapi Potong di Kabupaten Bondowoso

Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 21, No 2 (2016): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Bondowoso district has a primary program to become the center of beef cattle to increase the national of beef supply. The fulfillment of beef supply can be achieved by agribusiness development strategy in Bondowoso district. This study has three main objectives that include the following: a) Identify the external and internal factors that affect the development agribusiness of beef cattle in Bondowoso district; b) Analyze the alternative strategies for improving agribusiness of beef cattle in Bondowoso district; and c) Determine strategies priorities that can be applied in development agribusiness of beef cattle in Bondowoso district. The analysis that performed in analysis of data is: IFE, EFE, IE, SWOT, and QSPM. Based on SWOT matrix analysis there are five alternative strategies: the integration between agribusiness sub system, the strategy to increase the number of the population, training in managerial and technology, increasing the quantity, and the quality of production. The strategy priority were used Quantitative Strategies Planning Matrix (QSPM) analysis was the integration on agribusiness sub system. The sub system integration can be done by integrating the department of livestock and fisheries with the department of forestry and plantation area to make a husbandry which integrated with plants. Department of livestock and fisheries also can cooperate with the promotion and investment to invite the investor to establish business or industry in Bondowoso. The Government can cooperate with university to conduct information and provide training the farmers. If all aspects in subsystem could be synergistic the Development of Beef Cattle Agribusiness in Bondowoso district can be implemented well.