Exporting Halal products internationally

The ARGML is known not only nationally but also internationally: its certification is recognized by many countries and consumers around the world.

ARGML certification allows you to export internationally

The ARGML is recognized nationally and internationally for the rigor and seriousness of its halal certification process.

Since June 30, 1996, the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the Ministry of the Interior have approved the Grand Mosque of Lyon, under the auspices of the Association Rituelle de la Grande Mosquée de Lyon, as a religious organization to authorize sacrificers to perform ritual slaughter and organize Islamic ritual slaughter.

In addition to this recognition at the national level, the ARGML also benefits from official accreditations of foreign countries which enable it as a reference organization for the control and the Halal certification of exported products.

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Organizations that recognize the ARGML internationally

United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore etc. are all territories that recognize the ARGML.

The ARGML benefits from official accreditations from foreign countries which allow it to be a reference organization for the control and the Halal certification of exported products. Through its various partnerships, ARGML opens the doors of the Muslim world to you.

Exporting halal products to Malaysia

Since January 1, 2004, ARGML has been officially accredited by the “Government of Malaysia”, represented by the “JAKIM”, the central Hallal inspection body in charge of Islamic affairs in Malaysia.

Exporting halal products to the United Arab Emirates

Exporting halal products to Thailand

The ARGML signed a memorandum of understanding on April 12, 2007 with the Institute for Hallal Food Standard of Thailand in charge of the development, control and verification standards of Hallal products in Thailand and the Hallal Science Center of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand.

Exporting halal products to Singapore

ARGML has obtained since August 6th 2010 the official accreditation of MUIS (Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura) for halal certification.

The global Halal market

Muslim countries

Billions of Muslims in the world

Millions of Muslims in Europe

Billions of dollars worth of Halal certified food exported in 2018

The Halal market worldwide

The figures of the Halal market in the world

With a global customer base of 1.8 billion Muslims consuming Halal. It is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. At the same time, Muslims are the fastest growing population group at about 1.84% per year.
It is also a market that attracts non-Muslims for the facts of halal and the hygienic and uncontaminated virtues in food production.

The volume of halal products is estimated to be around 2.1 to 2.3 trillion US dollars. This includes about 675-700 billion US dollars on the food sector.

Data Europe

In Europe, the halal market is estimated at 70 billion euros.

In France alone

the industry represents 7.5 billion euros,
with which it even exceeds sales of organic products.

In Germany

The volume is about 5 billion euros,
of which a large part is made up of meat and fish products.

Areas of activity - Industrial zones

The ARGML has set itself the goal of taking into account each client and their individual needs in the halal certification process. The ARGML focuses on the food and cosmetics area in the halal certification process and offers advice and training. Halal certification has many benefits, leading to a respectful interaction between humans, animals and nature in the production of food and cosmetics. The production is sustainable and economically responsible.

The sectors of activity of the companies which ask for the Halal certification

  • Food industry
  • Chemistry
  • Pharmacy and medicine
  • The cosmetics industry
  • Slaughterhouses
  • Health care, hospitals, rehabilitation
  • Trade and services
  • Consumer goods
  • Education, schools, kindergartens
  • Hotel and restaurant industry

Halal news in France and in the World

What is “haram”?

Harām (حرام, harām) is an Arabic adjective that in Islam describes anything that is "forbidden, inviolable, sacred" according to sharia law. In its ambiguity, it corresponds most closely to the concept of taboo in German. The opposite...

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