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Posted September 24, 2018 05:37:38 The halal market is in turmoil after a series of arrests and the launch of an investigation into the business.
But the real-life halal slaughterhouses, which slaughter cows for meat, are now the focus of a global movement.
Findlay Farm halal and kosher market, which opened in Melbourne’s south-east last year, has been targeted by a federal investigation.
Its owners, Halal Australia, said its operations were run lawfully.
Halal Australia’s director, Michael Ritchie, has previously denied the business was operating illegally.
But federal law enforcement authorities are probing the operation and its owners are facing a criminal charge for animal cruelty.
“Findlay is a kosher market that is compliant with the requirements of Australian regulations, which include the establishment of a kosher certification scheme,” the Federal Crime Commission said in a statement.
“(Findlay) has been the subject of a number of investigations, including investigations conducted by NSW Crime Commission, the Australian Federal Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Agriculture and the Australian Taxation Office.”
Findlys farm halal operation has been subject to numerous investigations and raids since its opening in April 2017, which has resulted in criminal charges being laid against Findlay and the owners.
“Findlay has since shut down.
Mr Ritchie said halal certification was the responsibility of Halal Meat Certification Australia, which he declined to name.
The halal meat market was opened in 2013 after an initial operation in Sydney’s west-end, but is now operating from a premises in the suburb of Melton. “
[Halal certification] is a certification scheme, it is not a law or a contract, it’s a certification system that has been set up by Halal certification authorities,” Mr Ritchie told the ABC.
The halal meat market was opened in 2013 after an initial operation in Sydney’s west-end, but is now operating from a premises in the suburb of Melton.
It’s the only halal-only market in the state and the only one in Melbourne.
Melton Mayor Craig Kelly told the Herald Sun that the halal beef market had been targeted because of halal issues.
Ms Kelly said she was “very concerned” by the arrests and investigations, but had no knowledge of the alleged wrongdoing.
She said the city’s halal centre would be able to continue to provide services.
A halal butcher from Melbourne, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Melbourne Magistrates Court that his business was in the midst of a “major” investigation and had lost customers.
It was alleged the shop had sold products that were deemed to be prohibited by the halala slaughtering industry, including beef with pork, lamb with lamb, and lamb with pork.
In its statement to the court, Halalt Australia said the alleged offences were related to its kosher certification system and that it had been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation.
“Halal meat is a product of the halial industry, and is certified by its certification authorities to meet the strict requirements of the Australian Halal Certification Association,” the company said.
No further information was given about the investigation or the charges.
Last year, the Victorian government banned halal exports, but the halals market remained largely unregulated.