The Jossigny slaughterhouse in Seine-et-Marne is one of the five slaughterhouses approved in Ile-de-France. Priests are approved by religious authorities in accordance with health regulations.
"I come here because my brother advised me, he told me that the hygiene was good, it was clean and there was a veterinarian who checked"explains the other brother.
Strong price increase
But the faithful in the Paris region criticize the lack of location to meet the demand and keep a sharp price increase during this holiday period.
"It is a sheep of about 15 kilos and we paid 260. In the normal period we pay about 150 and a maximum of 220 euros.", indicates a customer.
With the date of the celebration this year many believers took advantage of the holidays to celebrate Eid in their country of origin, which should reduce demand in the Paris region.