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Is this Halal or Haraam?

Posted 16 January 2010 - 07:49 PM (#1) User is offline   Mohammad-Ali-Javed 

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Assalaamu Aleykum,

Is this product Halal or Haraam?

I saw the ingredients and it says that its got gelatine.


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Posted 16 January 2010 - 08:16 PM (#2) User is offline   Major-Screw-Loose 

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Sounds tasty.

But I'm not sure if its halal or illegal.  I suggest you look at the back of the product cover and ring the company that produces it and ask them if it is suitable for vegetarians.  If it is suitable for vegetarians, that means it does not have any animal derivates inside that food or product.  Hope that helps.  That's what I did for smarties box and I was told its not suitable for Muslim diet because they use beetles insect's blood or something to give it colouring to the 'shell' of smarties.  So refrain from smarties.

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Posted 16 January 2010 - 08:39 PM (#3) User is offline   Damishq 

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Assalamu Alaikum. If it has gelatine in it, most likely it is animal derived and therefore haraam. Most marshmallow/mallow products have gelatine in them which is usually pork or beef gelatine. Smarties have E120 in them which is from the red cochineal insect. This gives redness to sweets like smarties, some tomato flavour crisps and other sweets. I would definitely avoid the product above, but you could contact the company if you wish.

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