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Indonesia is one of the largest Muslim countries in the world. Food and beverage products originating from outside and within the country must be tested for halal. In 2019, the number of companies registering for product testing had increased compared to 2018. The achievement of increasing the number of products and companies is inversely proportional to providing halal product certificates. The decline in the number of recipients of product halal certificates is certainly a major problem in product marketing in areas where most of the population is Muslim. For this reason, the marketing of halal products requires good strategy and management, especially in logistics. The factors that cause halal logistics problems are the low international halal certification, ambiguous halal guidelines, collaboration and coordination finance, low demand, and low standards in measuring cost-effectiveness. This study aims to determine the development of halal logistics research trends published by leading journals on Islamic economics. The data analyzed consisted of 125 Scopus indexed research publications. The data is then processed and analyzed using the VoS viewer application to find out the bibliometric map of the development of halal logistics research.