It seems the Cadbury Bunny is hiding more then just the mini-egg this year. Or perhaps the company is looking for egg on their face on this one when 60% of the nation that are Christian find out. Hidden on the box is a little symbol of compliance to Islamic standards. That’s right, Cadbury certifies their products as Halal for Easter.
It seems that companies like Krispy Kreme and others have jumped on a bandwagon to embrace Halal foods. They haven’t let the potential for 85% of the United States (that identify with any other religion other then Islam) being insulted from standing in the way from making money selling to Muslims with a strict tenant for their diet.
Well, just in time for Easter (a Christian holiday), Cadbury has jumped on the bandwagon of selling Halal Cadbury Easter Eggs, Marshmallow Eggs, Mini-Eggs, and Easter bunnies. In fact Cadbury lists Halal compliant foods on their site. Muslims will be happy to know that when their children eats chocolate bunnies from their Easter basket and sneaks that one last creamy mini-egg into their mosque, it will not be forbidden because it is Halal.
One problem: Muslims don’t celebrate Easter. In fact, the entire celebration of Easter or Passover is against their religion and considered haram (an insult to their god). So why on earth would you insult 70% of the United States with stating that you make your products according to religious standards of a religion that can not celebrate Easter? The answer is quite simple…for the love of money.
Oh well Never did like Crudbarry chocolate always tasted funny has a bad after taste
No tellin how many years this crap has been in the system....didn't sell this year it will next year! If it is supposed to be dark chocolate and it's tan....dead give away!
The company changed hands some years ago, and the quality is NOT the same.
I never liked Cadbury either. Companies need to stop bowing to the Muslims.
Yes, Dwight, just like soetoro does.
Yep, taste like mush to me, too!
Cadbury Easter Eggs used to be a special event. They became available after Ash Wednesday, and left the shelves no more than a week after Easter. They were delicious.
But, a few years ago they changed hands, and became GREEDY. The Easter Eggs came to be available all year long, but they CHANGED THE RECIPIE. They never quite tasted the same. I don't need 'em. Haven't bought one in YEARS.
KrispyCreme is just another glazed donut. I don't need them, either.
Yes, Randal, and it probably was sold to moslems! These people should never have been allowed in our country to begin with! We can thank dead leftist pigs Lyndon Johnson and Ted Kennedy for that!
click on any of these symbols and it will take you to pages of them. They all include the Arabic writing.
Maybe they bottle Sasperilla?(sp) Then they could put the 'seal' on everything. We all know that the fella who discovered 'Near Beer' had a rotten idea of distance!