I've been doing researching about the ingredients in Scandinavian candy.
I feel sick and disappointed, last week I had a handful of Ahlgrens Cars.
My man is a chef so he knows a lot about what's put into things and told
me that gelatin normally comes from beef unless it says otherwise, here
in England it's very clear because they state if it comes from beef or pork
and it make it a lot easier for me as a Jew.
(Since we're not allowed to eat pork.)
As a vegetarian I try to avoid beef gelatin as much as possible but some-
times the cravings take charge.
What the Scandinavian companies (Cloetta, Fazer, Malaco, Leaf) totally
ignored is to put what kind of gelatin they use on their ingredients and
you'll only find out if you check out their friggin' websites!!!
Apparently they all use gelatin from pork in ALL their products.
I don't get it, why don't they make themselves a lot more clearer about
what's in their products?
Doesn't EU have laws that you have to be more specific what's in the
stuff you eat?
I feel so sick and angry that I'm thinking about writing them a letter to let
them know what I think about their stone age ways.