The French halal market - part 1/3

“Halal” is a religious principle, which defines all practices allowed by Islam, but more commonly used for food and drink products. The term refers to products with NO alcohol, NO pork meat, of which the consumption is expressly forbidden by the Koran (all the other meats can be “halal” providing that they come from an animal that has been slaughtered according to the Muslim rite). Consequently ”halal” guarantees that the food product is free of any ‘hidden” and forbidden ingredient, such as pork gelatine, which is used to manufacture candies, biscuits or dairy products.

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    • Target market population
    • Evolution of the offer
    • A market tied to inspection and certification bodies

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