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Halal Yummys candy floss x 6 £1.00 Fultons Foods

£1.00 @ Fultons Foods (Jack Fulton)
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#1
Well its a deal. Anybody can take advantage of it.

Edited By: HUSBANDKHAN on Mar 07, 2017 14:19: speling
#2
Thanks for posting!! x
#3
since when was candy floss halal or non halal
#4
It for those who think this has added animal fat etc to it. Some people will only eat halal stuff.
11 Likes #5
Don't vote down a deal only because it's halal,
muslims don't vote down alcohol deals or pork deals. If you don't agree don't vote dont vote cold because you don't agree with halal
1 Like #6
HUSBANDKHAN
It for those who think this has added animal fat etc to it. Some people will only eat halal stuff.


animal fat or any animal products has never been used in candy floss. just spun sugar with artificial flavour.
4 Likes #7
HUSBANDKHAN
Upsets a lot of people.

Some people are just small minded, although I do feel customers have a right to know what they are eating, so Halal products should be clearly advertised as such. I personally have no problem with it. I feel that the argument about it being cruel is null and void, considering the suffering that is caused by industrial farming methods and disguised by 'the red tractor'.
3 Likes #8
everypennycounts
Don't vote down a deal only because it's halal,
muslims don't vote down alcohol deals or pork deals. If you don't agree don't vote dont vote cold because you don't agree with halal

I agree about not voting based on it being Halal, but I'm not sure how you know how muslims vote. Do you know them all lol
3 Likes #9
RuudBullit
HUSBANDKHAN
Upsets a lot of people.

Some people are just small minded, although I do feel customers have a right to know what they are eating, so Halal products should be clearly advertised as such. I personally have no problem with it. I feel that the argument about it being cruel is null and void, considering the suffering that is caused by industrial farming methods and disguised by 'the red tractor'.


Kingsmill bread is labelled with halal, sometimes the logo is added just for sake of it, for Godneas sake I saw a foot cream with halal logo on like what nonsense
1 Like #10
Well I'm voting hot. I love candy floss. & don't have a store near me...... unfortunately
1 Like #11
How many candycane reindeers were murdered to make this?
#12
heat
3 Likes #13
Happy that someone is posting halal deals as well! Don't let the cold vote put you down! :) keep posting!!
#14
I gave up candy floss for Lent :-(

And I thought it wouldnt be a problem.
1 Like #15
RuudBullit
everypennycounts
Don't vote down a deal only because it's halal,
muslims don't vote down alcohol deals or pork deals. If you don't agree don't vote dont vote cold because you don't agree with halal

I agree about not voting based on it being Halal, but I'm not sure how you know how muslims vote. Do you know them all lol


Obviously I don't know them all I can only speak for myself, if a deals not appropriate for me then I don't vote hot or cold. A deal is a deal might not be everyone cup of tea
#16
Interesting that 4 Halal deals out of 5 Fulton's Foods deals have gone stone cold and in a neat little twist even the only non Halal deal from FF has got frozen as well oO
#17
RuudBullit
everypennycounts
Don't vote down a deal only because it's halal,
muslims don't vote down alcohol deals or pork deals. If you don't agree don't vote dont vote cold because you don't agree with halal
I agree about not voting based on it being Halal, but I'm not sure how you know how muslims vote. Do you know them all lol
hahaa...good point
#18
everypennycounts
RuudBullit
HUSBANDKHAN
Upsets a lot of people.
Some people are just small minded, although I do feel customers have a right to know what they are eating, so Halal products should be clearly advertised as such. I personally have no problem with it. I feel that the argument about it being cruel is null and void, considering the suffering that is caused by industrial farming methods and disguised by 'the red tractor'.

Kingsmill bread is labelled with halal, sometimes the logo is added just for sake of it, for Godneas sake I saw a foot cream with halal logo on like what nonsense
You have to understand how the nonsense started. How is it you pick up a strawberry milkshake yet it has pork in it? Of cola bottles that have beef in it? Or chewing gum with pork in it? Doesnt that worry you?? Hence we have got to the situation where ppl want to know what the heck they are putting in our food or other products. Some ppl couldnt care less what they eat but others do and have the right to know.
#19
Another great deal, thanks for sharing
#20
Does Halal mean you cut its throat and let it bleed to death so that makes it OK?
#21
phatbhoy
I gave up candy floss for Lent :-(
And I thought it wouldnt be a problem.
I've given up "the sauce". Feelin' good though.

Looks like Eire's gonna be united.
#22
RO4CHY
Does Halal mean you cut its throat and let it bleed to death so that makes it OK?
As mentioned above mute point really. Killing gently is still murder.
#23
RO4CHY
Does Halal mean you cut its throat and let it bleed to death so that makes it OK?


https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/may/08/what-does-halal-method-animal-slaughter-involve
1 Like #24
RO4CHY
Does Halal mean you cut its throat and let it bleed to death so that makes it OK?

Most of the people who are against Halal, claim to be so on the grounds that it is cruel. Yet 99% of these people will still be happy to buy chickens and eggs from industrial farming methods, which means an utterly miserable life for millions of animals from the minute they are born until they die. If someone is against something because they think it cruel, that should be respected, but personally I feel most of the hatred towards Halal is more to do with intolerance.

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