List of French Products to Boycott – French Companies in Pakistan

Published on Nov 17, 2023 by


The following is a full list of French products that Muslims should boycott in order to defend Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Cartoons of Prophet Muhammad PBUH were featured in France’s Charlie Hebdo magazine, causing outrage in the Muslim community. To react, French President Emmanuel Macron granted permission for the Prophet Muhammad cartoons to be published in the magazine.

Following that, two unfortunate incidents occurred, and then, the French President proclaimed Islam to be a “religion in turbulence,” injuring Muslim religious feelings all over the world.

Macron said that the Prophet Muhammad’s cartoons are an example of freedom of expression. Muslims all over the world are boycotting all “Made in France” goods in order to defend the Prophet Muhammad PBUH.

Boycott List of French Products

The French economy is suffering as a result of the boycott. Muslims are boycotting their goods and give a message to France that the Prophet Muhammad PBUH cannot be disrespected.

  1. Danone
  2. Tefal
  3. Total Lubricants
  4. Cartier
  5. Loreal
  6. Kiri
  7. Activia
  8. SEB
  9. Peugeuot
  10. Dior
  11. Garnier
  12. Carrefour
  13. President
  14. Danone
  15. Moulinex
  16. Citroen
  17. Lancome
  18. Chloe
  19. Evian
  20. BIC
  21. Renault
  22. Yves Saint Laurant
  23. Chanel
  24. Babybel
  25. Perrier
  26. Gauloises
  27. Louis Vuitton
  28. Nina Ricci
  29. Doux
  30. Alcatel
  31. EIF
  32. Lacoste
  33. Givenchy
  34. Lu
  35. Capgemini
  36. Accoribis
  37. Novotel
  38. SocieteGenerale

Just Muslim countries generate about 2 billion euros in income for the French economy. In addition, 74 mosques in France were closed, and two Muslim women were stabbed.

List of French Companies to Boycott

Following the publication and public exhibition in France of drawings of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), Muslims all over the world have begun a boycott of French products and companies. Emmanuel Macron, the French president, also went after Muslims by associating extremism with Islam.

The following is a list of French companies that marketing their goods in Pakistan. If you want to boycott French businesses, this list may be useful.

1. Total PARCO Petrol Pumps

Total Parco is one of the most well-known French oil and gas firms in Pakistan. This firm supply fuel goods such as gasoline and diesel, as well as other lubricants such as engine oils. Car care items such as dashboard cleaner and seat cover washer are also available from Total PARCO.

2. L’Oreal Cosmetics

Loreal is one of the most well-known cosmetics companies in Pakistan. This company manufactures and supplies nails, cosmetics, and hair care accessories.

3. Garnier

L’Oreal has a sub-business called Garnier. In Pakistan, Garnier hair care, hair color, and skincare products are common. You may join the boycott of French products by avoiding purchasing these items.

4. LU biscuits

LU biscuits were founded in France, according to their Wikipedia page and website, but they are now owned by an American corporation and have no ties to France. They have protested France’s blasphemy event. As a result, we’re at a loss for words.

5. Ubisoft

Ubisoft is a French computer game developer and publisher based in Montreuil, France. In Pakistan, several Ubisoft games are played. The name of the games are:

  • Prince of Persia
  • AGOS
  • Watch Dogs
  • Roller Champions

6. Gameloft

If you’re a gamer, you’ve probably heard of this company. Gameloft is a video game publisher based in Paris. Its most well-known games are:

  • Series of asphalt
  • Ice age adventures
  • GT racing
  • Airstrike
  • Harry potters and Deathly Hallows

7. Activa (Groupe Danone)

Activia yoghurt is a product of the Pakistan-based Groupe Danone. In Pakistan, activated yoghurt is used to treat intestinal issues. It’s also often used to help people lose weight.

8. Ipsen

The corporate headquarters of Ipsen Pharmaceuticals are located in Paris, France. It creates and sells oncology, pathology, and rare disorder drugs, as well as consumer healthcare products. As a member of the SBF 120 benchmark, it is publicly listed on Euronext Paris.

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