Analysis of Added Value of Fish Drumstick at Home Industry "Adisyafidz Barokah" Nagreg, Bandung Regency, West Java
Asian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research,
Research was conducted for one month starting from 16 November 2020 to 17 December 2020 at home industry "Adisyafidz barokah" Nagreg, Bandung regency, West Java province, Indonesia. Catfish (Clarias sp.) is one of the fish that preferably consumed by the people of Indonesia. This opportunity is used by Mr. Mansyur as owner of home industry "Adisyafidz Barakoh" to process various products made from catfish, one of them is fish drumstick. This product is very popular among children and adults. This research aims to determine the added value and profit of fish drumstick products in the "Adisyafidz Barokah" Home Industry. The added value was analyzed using the Hayami method. The research procedure is carried out with the first stage of making fish drumstick products according to the steps that are usually done at home industry. Then the next step is to conduct interviews with the owner of the Home Industry Adisyafidz Barokah and also with several employees to get information related to the prices of main and additional raw materials as well as the marketing prices of fish drumstick. The data obtained were analyzed to see the added value based on the Hayami method. Based on the results of the research, it was concluded that the processing of catfish into fish drumstick products added value more than 0, wich mean this business was feasible to carry out. This processed product has an added value of IDR. 137,000.00 from 4 kg of fish drumstick products with 12 kg of catfish as raw material. The profit obtained from processing catfish into fish drumstick in one production (12 kg of raw material) is IDR. 110,600.00, percentage of profit is 80.07%.
- processed products
- fish drumstick
- value added
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