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French Muslims Demanding More Halal Foodsi
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Lisa Bryant
July 31, 2012 4:18 PM
The Islamic fasting month of Ramadan is in full swing, and in France it underscores the growing clout of Muslim shoppers. From the Paris suburb of Livry Gargan, Lisa Bryant reports for VOA that supermarkets and manufacturers are scrambling to meet the demand for halal products that meet Muslim dietary laws.

French Muslims Demanding More Halal Foods

Lisa Bryant

Published July 31, 2012

The Islamic fasting month of Ramadan is in full swing, and in France it underscores the growing clout of Muslim shoppers. From the Paris suburb of Livry Gargan, Lisa Bryant reports for VOA that supermarkets and manufacturers are scrambling to meet the demand for halal products that meet Muslim dietary laws.


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