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Legal Protection Towards Traditional Food Based on Mark and Geographic Indication Law

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  • Endang PURWANINGSIH

    (School of Law YARSI University Jakarta Indonesia)

  • MUSLIKH MUSLIKH

    (School of Economic YARSI University Jakarta Indonesia)

  • Nelly ANISARIZA

    (School of Law YARSI University Jakarta Indonesia)

  • Derta RAHMANTO

    (School of Law YARSI University Jakarta Indonesia)

Abstract

Traditional food makers should be empowered and their products should be protected The objectives of this research are to identify and analyze the potential the prospect and the legal protection of traditional food producer and products to finally attain legal protection and trademark or geographic indication In this research the method applied is analytical descriptive qualitative by making use of participatory PRA and sociological juridical approaches The research findings suggest that so far instead of working on a bigger cause that is achieving mark label traditional food producers are still striving for trademark merely to get market distribution and halal label It is clear that they need help from related parties considering their economy sociological humanities empowerment and legal aspects regulation policy brand halal label consumer protection Related parties the Industry and Trade Service Cooperatives and SME s Directorate General of Property Rights and its regional office the Department of Agriculture universities and the traditional food producers association should work together and take serious measures to pro actively involve food makers

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  • Endang PURWANINGSIH & MUSLIKH MUSLIKH & Nelly ANISARIZA & Derta RAHMANTO, 2018. "Legal Protection Towards Traditional Food Based on Mark and Geographic Indication Law," Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics, ASERS Publishing, vol. 9(1), pages 242-248.
  • Handle: RePEc:srs:jarle0:v:9:y:2018:i:1:p:242-248
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