Sunday, January 10, 2010

Pepsi Tango Robinsons (Britvic) 2010


1. PEPSICO
The following PEPSICO products are Halaal:
Pepsi Cola
Diet Pepsi Cola
Pepsi Max
Pepsi Twist
7Up
7Up Light

Pepsi Raw
7 Up,
7 Up Free,
Gatorade
and V Water

All Pepsico products are suitable for vegetarians and contain no added alcohol

2. BRITVIC
The  following are Haraam:
Robinsons High Juice Blood Orange Soft Drink(E120)


Alcohol Statement - Britvic Products


"All products that contain any level of ethanol as a solvent have been declared as 'carrier', even if this level is extremely low.  The level present in all the products using ethanol as a carrier will not be significant - it is comparable with the level of ethanol that may naturally be found in fruit juice.

All products that contain a significant level of ethanol, due to this being deliberately present from an ingredient, are declared as 'Added'."


Products which use a carrier are permissable.  Alcohol used as carriers are common food industry techniques and are permissible due to necessity on condition that they do not intoxicate i.e. negligible (trace) amounts of alcohol are present.
Please refer to full product list below to ascertain Halaal according to the Added (HARAAM) and Carrier (Halaal).
  
Added Alcohol Products
All Products with Added in the alcohol status are expressly forbidden thus: 

Bass Shandy Lemon Flavour Soft
Drink With Beer 2 L PET Bottle



added

Bass Shandy Lemon Flavour Soft 
Drink With Beer 275 ml Glass Bottle
added

Bass Shandy Lemon Flavour Soft 
Drink With Beer 330 ml Can
added

Bass Shandy Lemon Flavour Soft 
Drink With Beer 330 ml Glass Bottle
added



Alcohol Statement - Britvic Products
All products that contain any level of ethanol as a solvent have been declared as 'carrier', even if this level is extremely low.  The level
present in all the products using ethanol as a carrier will not be significant - it is comparable with the level of ethanol that may naturally be found in fruit juice.

All products that contain a significant level of ethanol, due to this being deliberately present from an ingredient, are declared as 'Added'.

To conclude, all Products with Added in the alcohol status are expressly forbidden.  Products which use a carrier are permissable.  Alcohol used as carriers are common food industry techniques and are permissible due to necessity on condition that they do not intoxicate i.e. negligible (trace) amounts of alcohol are present.
Please refer to full product list below to ascertain Halaal according to the Added (HARAAM) and Carrier (Halaal).


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