The information by Nutella was spread like a wildfire in the MENA region. For us Muslims halal is another way of saying is it permissible for us to eat it. Over 90% of the industrial plants producing Nutella are already Halal certified by a third party and we are in the process of certifying the remaining plants. — Nutella … This is a typical example of a company's social media account answering a question they don't have proper knowledge about. “All Nutella sold worldwide is suitable for Halal consumption,” the brand clarified in a tweet. Switch to the light mode that's kinder on your eyes at day time. “Over 90% of the industrial plants producing Nutella are already Halal certified by a third party and we are in the process of certifying the remaining plants. Soon, the brand stepped in and cleared all the misunderstanding saying that most of their industrial plants are certified Halal ‘by a third party’. Are you going to provide any proofs that it's not halal . Under US and Canadian laws, a halal certification, which confirms the products are suitable for a halal diet, is not required on products that do not include meat or additives. var _g1; We bring to you news that is woke (new-age term for being alive and alert) and celebrate the fact that hey, you’re not supposed to know everything. No, they are not halal. Over 90% of the industrial plants producing Nutella are already Halal certified by a third party and we are in the process of certifying the remaining plants. Associated with the media industry since 2006. When a user on Twitter asked the brand whether its products are halal. Following the tweet, Muslims all over the world started questioning the brand where are the forbidden ingredients. try { We apologize for the mistake made in our earlier tweet. It's just not certified halal but it is halal by definition as long as there are no animal by products (aside from dairy) or any alcohol in it, — (@nafology_) September 14, 2020. — … September 16, 2020 at 3:13 pm | Published in: The popular chocolate-hazelnut spread Nutella, 29 January 2017 [Pixabay]. Netizens who asked that immediately checked the ingredients for making Nutella, but did not find anything haram. ‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/BGNjOCrN1P, Y’all, it’s fine. Nutella, the world-famous chocolate spread maker in a recent social media interaction has said that its products are not Halal! Nutella is still ok, promise. "All Nutella sold worldwide is suitable for Halal consumption," the brand clarified in a tweet. They say that Nutella products are ‘not halal’. if ( localStorage.getItem(skinItemId ) ) { Let’s Hear It from the Brand, Mohsin Haider and Nazish Jahangir’s Wedding Shoot Gets Tongues Wagging, Bushra Ansari Urges Maulana Tariq Jameel To Speak Up For Women Rights. We … US Presidential Race 2020: Twitter flags Trump’s tweet claiming effort to ‘steal election’, PM Imran trolled for saying his ‘selection was right’, Fashion face-off during the G-B Elections, Younger adults more vulnerable to COVID-19, Justice Qazi Faez Isa’s wife awarded Rs35 million penalty by FBR, Pakistanis can no longer subscribe to Zee5, Meera threatens to hang herself publicly if allegations of fraud are proven true, ‘Eik Jhoothi Love Story’ hits all the right spots with its heartwarming and sweet story, Farwa Hussain reveals how she and Haroon fell in love. We have a vision and we’re striving hard to achieve it day in, day out! “Better just delete the previous tweet so as not to cause public confusion,” wrote a netizen. In order to clear the doubts of thousands of people, a Twitterati went ahead and asked the brand itself. Be clear next time ffs‍♀️. Muslim customers were not happy with the reply. Surprisingly, after the tweet went viral, the Nutella Twitter account immediately confirmed the tweet by saying that their product was halal. Not a few also blame those who run Twitter Nutell USA. Nutella is absolutely halal, given that halal means "permissible," & there's nothing forbidden in the listed contents; it's just not halal certified. September 15, 2020, 11:37 am Your daily dose of entertainment, culture and lifestyle, all in one place. — Nutella (@NutellaUSA) September 13, 2020 Y’all, it’s fine. All Nutella sold worldwide is suitable for Halal … However,  the reply from Nutella met with the refusal of several Muslim consumers. Others asked the company to learn more about what a halal diet entails and blamed employees who run Nutella's social media accounts for lacking the "proper knowledge" to answer such questions authoritatively. “No, they are not halal,” Nutella’s official Twitter handle responded. - Nutella (@NutellaUSA) September 14, 2020, The company added, "More than 90% of the factories that produce Nutella are halal certified by a third party, and we are in the process of certifying the rest of the factories.