The implementation of the halal product certification in Indonesia is closely related to efforts to fulfill consumer rights, especially Muslim consumers. It is not only limited to consumer goods but also used goods such as clothing and services of tourism and hotels, which many people expect to be halal-guaranteed. Halal is also related to religious rules, but many people already understand that halal products are healthy and clean. In addition to protecting consumers, it can also increase the economic income of business actors. The halal certification process in Indonesia, which was initially under the authority of the Indonesian Ulema Council, has now shifted its authority after the enactment of the Halal Product Guarantee Law. The Indonesian Ulama Council is no longer the only institution authorized to certify halal products. However, there is a new institution under the Ministry of Religion, namely the Halal Product Guarantee Agency. In 2019, the scope of the Halal Product Guarantee Law should be adequate. Nevertheless, the news institution that organizes halal product certification is experiencing several obstacles, which then creates an impression in the community that the institution is not ready for and is ineffective in carrying out its role in implementing halal food certification in Indonesia.