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Cadbury Responds To Tweets Claiming Its Products Contains Beef, Says Products In India Are 100% Veg

by Swati Sahoo
Cadbury Responds To Tweets Claiming Its Products Contains Beef, Says

Cadbury has published a statement after a screenshot suggesting the business uses gelatin in several of its products went popular on social media over the weekend, urging people to double-check facts before spreading them.

“The image published in the Tweet has nothing to do with Mondelez/Cadbury products made in India. In India, all of the products that are manufactured and marketed are vegetarian. That’s what the green dot on the package means,” Cadbury announced on Sunday.

After hundreds of users on Twitter called for a boycott of Cadbury products, the British multinational corporation, which is owned by Mondelez International, issued a statement. A screenshot from a website claiming that if a product has gelatine as an ingredient, it was obtained from beef was extensively shared on social media, prompting their boycott demand.

“@DairyMilkIn can you clarify the emulsifiers used in the products are plant based or animal based with proof. Because @fssaiindia clarified in RTI that they don’t have any method to check whether emulsifiers are vegetarian or not,” another user tweeted.

“Is this true @CadburyUK? If yes, Cadbury deserves to be sued for forcing Hindus to consume halaal certified beef products. Our ancestors & Gurus sacrificed their lives but didn’t accept eating beef. But post “independence” rulers have allowed our Dharma to be violated with impunity,” Delhi-based academic and rights activist Madhu Purnima Kishwar tweeted.

Cadbury Dairy Milk tweeted its clarification and responded to Twitter users as more people shared the screenshot and commented on the matter. Some commenters even pointed out that the image was taken from the Cadbury Australia website.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/cadbury-responds-to-row-over-beef-in-chocolates-says-products-in-india-100-veg-101626681527411.html

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