Monday, August 9, 2010

Urgghhhhhhh!!! MARAH NI!

While opening a packet of Twisties, my friend deliberately checked its ingredients and compare the E with the Emulsifier list that contains u-know-what fat. Big Surprise, she actually FOUND A MATCH!

Its E631 :(



Back from training I found a packet MIMI (a snack) laying open and found another match..

E110..

Both with Halal Logo printed on the packet..

ARGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

7 comments:

fabulous.farah said...

ouh..serius??sangat suka mengunyah mimi zaman2 dulu.. isk!!

AppleCrux said...

meaning kena banned la twisties n mimi nih..ish..tertipu selama ni..

mommysarah said...

serious?

OMG!!! OMG!!!

C!kpuanmuda said...

OMG! twisties??

tq for the info laling

aimi.mukhlis said...

seriously?? Patutla kalu mkn itu2 saja pun boleh gemuk...haha :D

Thanks for d info babe :)

jua said...

tq for e-code. kena saved dalam phone, so next time bila shopping senang nak refer.

Anonymous said...

Hi Aira,

SAje akak nak share kat sini. I found this and hope the information will help to avoid any misunderstanding.

E631 can be generated in 3 different ways:


-- It can be obtained from sardines (fish);

-- It can be made from brewer's yeast extract, which is a by-product of the beer-making process; or
-- It can be extracted from pig's meat.

If method #1 is used, then it is halal. If method #2 is used, then it is not haram, although it is better to avoid it. However, if method #3 is used, then most certainly it is haram.

I think for each food product we bought, better check any vegetarian/halal logo. If there is any, so the E source should origin from other than pig or non-halal product/fat.

Insyaallah.