Saturday, February 23, 2008

L-cysteine in No Name English Muffins

(July 21, 2002) has learned that most No Name brand English Muffins contain l-cysteine. As reported earlier, l-cysteine is Haram if it is derived from human hair. is currently looking into the matter and for the time being, it is suggested that the product be avoided. L-cysteine is often used in bakery products and could be made from human hair, chicken/duck feathers and synthetic materials. No Name products are sold exclusively at supermarkets owned by grocery giant Loblaw Companies Limited.
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