In the context of the supply chain, there are various aspects that make food contaminated, such as raw materials, raw materials in industry process, food storage, and distributions. Food safety is considered a problem in the supply chain because players in each function of the supply chain will deal with problems for actions and activities that are not carried out. Another major aspect for consumers to choose the food is Halal. A product can easily end its halal status if it is contaminated during transportation and storage before reaching retail. In the scope of halal supply chain, halal practice is not only applied in one of the processes of the supply chain but is expanded from farm-to-fork so that the creation of Halal Toyyiban. The integration of halal food supply chains is affected by the risks that occur in halal food supply chains. Risks that occur will change food products from halal to haram. There have been many risks identified in the scope of research related to halal food supply chain. But for the most part, research is only carried out on certain activities in the supply chain. Thus, the purpose of this research is to discuss halal supply chain risks in the meat industry, the first step in risk management, based on the literature and validation of experts. The results of this research showed that the risk of the halal meat supply chain at the upstream level was the risk at the feedlot, livestock, slaughtering, storage and handling, transporters, and retail market.