The Planning Process of ‘TryEAT’ Variety Halal Food E-Commerce System

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  • Saralina Mohd Salleh Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
  • Nurdiana Azizan Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia



Halal, Food, Culture, Web-Based System, User


In the present work, this research is a web-based halal system that shall be helping people to ensure and enlighten their food of buying is halal without any doubt. In this modern day, most people have had at least one food e-commerce application handheld, for example, GrabFood, Foodpanda, or ShopeeFood. These applications similarly work wonders by having vendors registered in their system along with the foods sold. Users can swipe through the menu depending on their desire, pay instantly cashless and wait for the food to arrive at their doorstep. It is undoubtedly a very helpful application, especially during this pandemic era when we could avoid being in a crowd for lunch or dinner. However, in these apps, halal status is not being prioritized strictly, and there are times when the users overlook that the vendor is a non-halal restaurant, or the food is. Therefore, this research entitled ‘TryEat’ Variety Halal Food E-commerce System is meant to overcome the issues, where it aims to monitor every in-process food making, the vendor’s halal status, ingredients used, and strictly prohibited any doubting elements throughout the registration phase. Meanwhile, the word ‘variety’ in the research title is due to the uniqueness of this system, which emphasizes the colors of food from various races. This also explains the chosen name of the web-based application, ‘TryEat’, which brings a similar sound as ‘try it, encouraging people to try something new. The methodology used to develop this research is by Waterfall Model to ensure that the development process runs smoothly, the system works well, and achieves the research’s objectives.


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DOI: 10.33102/mjosht.v9i1.333
Published: 2023-04-11

How to Cite

Mohd Salleh, S., & Azizan, N. (2023). The Planning Process of ‘TryEAT’ Variety Halal Food E-Commerce System. Malaysian Journal of Science Health & Technology, 9(1), 25–37.



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