France: the great mosque of Paris separates from its partner SFCVH

France hosts the largest Algerian community. The latter tries by all means to preserve its traditions, but also its Muslim eating habits. A way of life that has not escaped the attention of the major producers, in order to offer them the minimum necessary for their daily lives. This is the case of those who produce Hallal meat, who know very well the importance of this niche, and invest in the Hallal label.

In this wake, the Grand Mosque announced last week that its partnership with the SFCVH (the French Hallal meat control company) is no longer in effect, since June 2, 2022. Indeed, it is in a press release made public on June 14 that the latter announced the news.

As a reminder, the great mosque of Paris has established this contract with this company in order to frame and regulate the Halal meat market. in Francebut also of all consumer products intended for Muslims.

You should know that the SFCVH is the only one to hold the logo of the great mosque of Paris for Halal consumption. In addition, it is important to emphasize that the great mosque of Paris has its own service. This one, allowing the establishment of specifications. The latter aims to guide the Muslim consumer in the consumption of Halal products.

The hallal certification of consumer products is provided by the logo of the Grand Mosque of Paris

In the same press release, this establishment took care to specify that its partnership with the SFCVH is no longer in effect. In addition, the great mosque of Paris declared that it is the only one to hold the exclusivity of its logo; relating to the Hallal Legality certification.

Thus, large manufacturers like Fleury Michon and Samia will have to find another alternative; to certify their products intended for consumption by the Muslim population in France.

However, it is brought to the attention of all Muslim consumers that the Hallal Legality certification of consumer products is proven by the presence of the latter’s logo. reads the statement from the mosque; signed by its rector Chems-eddine Hafiz.

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