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Halaal (Nestle)

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Submitted by Yoven (United States), Nov 26, 2010 at 16:11

corporate.affairs@za.nestle.com;consumer.services@uk.nestle.com

To Whom It May Concern:

I recently purchased a can of instant coffee; it is the Ricoffy (8303229). It states on the can that it is a Halaal product, please explain how coffee can be halal, there is no meat involvde in making coffee; this is ridiculous. I don't like people praying over my food and if the food is being blessed, how come it's not also koshered and blessed by Hindu, Buddhist, Christian Priests? It looks that Nestle caters only for the Muslim populace or favors its Muslim customers. I will from now on boycott all Nestle products and spread the word if I don't get a reasonable answer to this inquiry.

Take care,

Yoven

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