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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 9 years ago

GELATIN IN KELLOGG PRODUCTS?

GELATIN IN KELLOGG PRODUCTS

From: kelloggsca@speedymail.com

Subject: Contact Us Feedback - Kellogg Consumer Affairs

Thank you for contacting us online. We appreciate your interest in our company.

Below you will find information for the products that contain animal ingredients. All other products are free of any animal ingredients.

The gelatin used in Kellogg's products are derived from either pork or beef. The following Kellogg's products use gelatin as part of their ingredients.

1) POP-TARTS Danish, POP-TARTS Snak Stix and KELLOGG'S MINI-WHEATS cereal-beef

2) KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES SQUARES Cereal Bars, Marshmallow Blasted FROOT LOOPS - pork

3) KELLOGG'S FROSTED POP-TARTS - pork or beef.

Note:KELLOGG'S FROSTED POP-TARTS product use either pork or beef gelatin.

It is possible to determine which one has beef gelatin by referring to the carton side panel which reads "Imported by" whereas the packages that read "Made for" contain pork gelatin. This convention is applicable to the frosted variety of KELLOGG POP-TARTS only. The danish and snak stix are as listed above.

Should your diet restrictions indicate avoidance of pork and/or beef gelatin, we suggest you try our other cereals, cereal bars, waffles or unfrosted POP-TARTS (apple cinnamon, blueberry or strawberry flavours).

We hope this information is useful to you.

THE BEST TO YOU!!

Consumer Affairs

KELLOGG CANADA INC

Update:

Does this apply to muslims that live in the United States too?

Update 2:

@ Arif, you have been blocked. I didn't say anything mean to you.

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  • 9 years ago
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    lol never trust them

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    yeah I already knew that. There's lady at my mosque who seriously calls up the companies and demands to know every little ingredient, which is fine by me.Anyway, that stuff is junk anyway, high fructose corn syrup to the ROOF. Eat healthy and you're set with eating halal :)

  • LMAO
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Dude, seriously. This is like the 10th post I've seen from you. Get a life bro!

  • mintyf
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Just outta curiosity aren't you the ex-muslim whose announcing to the world your ex muslim, why would you care?

    Yeah most of us avoid it.. So it applies to Americans and Canadians. =]

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  • 9 years ago

    yes, frosted poptarts aren't halal ..... your point?

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    LOL FK, dude stop talking nonsense. they use gelatin here in the u.s. too.....

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    whats your question?

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    no American Kellogg uses different ingredients, you gotta email them to find out

  • 9 years ago

    @mintyf there are trolling clone accounts

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    STFU...you MF

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