The Assessment of Agricultural Processed Food Safety Systems Through The Application of GMP (Good Manufacture Practise) in SMEs (Small and Medium Mikro Businessses), Jambi City

Food Safety Systems

Authors

  • Guntur Guntur Universitas Jambi
  • Nurhayati
  • Rosyani

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22437/jpb.v3i2.8922

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analyze the application of GMP, analyze the factors related to the application of GMP and analyze the most dominant factors those interacting with the GMP application in agricultural processed food SMEs in Jambi City. This research was a quantitative and observational approach with cross sectional design. Population and sample in this study were 23 Processed Agriculture SMEs in Jambi City. Data collection was using questionnaires and checklist. Univariate data analysis, bivariate analysis and multivariate analysis were using frequency distribution, rank spearman correlation and multiple regression. The results showed that the level of GMP implementation in the Processed Agriculture SMEs of Jambi City, were 12 SMEs (52.17%) at level 4 where ≥ 1 critical deviation, 6 SMEs (26.09%) at level 1 where 0 to 1 minor deviation and 0 to 2 major deviations. Factors related to the level of GMP application in the Processed Food Agriculture SMEs of Jambi City were income (Significant 0,013), number of workers (Significant 0,046), knowledge (Significant 0,002) and attitude (Significant 0,001). Attitude aspect is the dominant factor that interacts with the application of GMP in the Processed Food Agriculture SMEs of the City of Jambi with a positive coefficient value of 1.093.

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Published

— Updated on 2020-12-31

How to Cite

Guntur, G., Nurhayati, & Rosyani. (2020). The Assessment of Agricultural Processed Food Safety Systems Through The Application of GMP (Good Manufacture Practise) in SMEs (Small and Medium Mikro Businessses), Jambi City: Food Safety Systems. Jurnal Pembangunan Berkelanjutan, 3(2), 47 - 52. https://doi.org/10.22437/jpb.v3i2.8922