In Constitution No. 33 of 2014 which explains the determination of halal certification, it is stated that "halal certification must exist in every product" in its implementation, or in reality, there are still many products that do not have a halal certificate. This study aims to analyze partially and simultaneously the effect of religiosity, halal certification procedures, and halal certification regulations on the interest in halal certification in packaged food product businesses in Banda Aceh City. Based on 78 questionnaires distributed to respondents, using the proportional stratified random sampling technique and analyzed using multiple linear regression models, the results showed that religiosity, Halal Certification Procedures, and Certification Regulations simultaneously influenced interest in Halal Certification in packaged food product business actors. In the city of Banda Aceh. And partially that the variables of religiosity, Halal Certification Procedures, and Certification Regulations have a positive and significant effect on Halal Certification Interests in packaged food product business actors in Banda Aceh City.