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Percy Pigs contain pork gelatine i.e. real pig!

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Anybody else noticed this and if so has it affected their love of Percy Pigs knowing they are in fact eating boiled bones, skins and tendons of pigs?

Just a thought :)
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
No don't care.
banned#2
what the eck is a percy pig
#3
sassie
what the eck is a percy pig


disgusting sweets
#4
Lovely chewy sweets...........:-D
banned#5
oh ok, never heard of them
#6
Most jelly sweets contain geletine, also should look out for Cochineal, which is beetle blood used as red food dye
#7
kelly_o_fanatic
Most jelly sweets contain geletine, also should look out for Cochineal, which is beetle blood used as red food dye


I don't know why they can't use a vegetarian gelatine substitute to be honest, I mean let's face it, who really wants to eat pork gelatine?
#8
The OP is telling porkies :whistling:
#9
mmmmmmmm who cares whats in it they taste goood lol
#10
ummm pork gelatine....
#11
kelly_o_fanatic
Most jelly sweets contain geletine, also should look out for Cochineal, which is beetle blood used as red food dye


It used to be made from beetle shells - almost all of it is synthetic now though, they just kept the name cochineal red.

I don't know why they can't use a vegetarian gelatine substitute to be honest, I mean let's face it, who really wants to eat pork gelatine?


'cause it costs about 10 times as much. You can get Halal Haribo if you are willing to pay the extra.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-417218/The-Halal-Haribos-Muslim-children.html
#12
They are delicious :)
I eat other bits of animals, love jelly etc. and have no issue with the gelatine use.

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