Haribo Giant Strawbs 400G (Suitable for vegetarians)  @ Tesco
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Haribo Giant Strawbs 400G (Suitable for vegetarians) @ Tesco

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Found 19th Mar 2016
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Awesome, thanks.
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Just to clarify in case anyone misreads the description, Halal Haribo are not vegetarian.
jimhalpert

Just to clarify in case anyone misreads the description, Halal Haribo are … Just to clarify in case anyone misreads the description, Halal Haribo are not vegetarian.



yeah idk why they would be lumped together. halal is meat.
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skarmachild

yeah idk why they would be lumped together. halal is meat.



I think some Halal labelled sweets in Asda/Tesco were also vegetarian at one point.
When does this deal finish?
TheRatedSeller

When does this deal finish?


Offer valid for delivery from 16/3/2016 until 5/4/2016
Great price thanks will stock up
These are horrible, avoid. Just don't taste like real haribos, which i don't eat!
watcher456

These are horrible, avoid. Just don't taste like real haribos, which i … These are horrible, avoid. Just don't taste like real haribos, which i don't eat!



You confuse me much
watcher456

These are horrible, avoid. Just don't taste like real haribos, which i … These are horrible, avoid. Just don't taste like real haribos, which i don't eat!



​That's one sad life..
Prefer my Haribo's to have meat in them.

Cold.

oO
paramoreRyan

Offer valid for delivery from 16/3/2016 until 5/4/2016



​Is that the same dates for instore prices?
Thanks for the heads up .
Brilliant. Suitable for V's....must get some. Thank U
Vegetarian?... Makes a change from the usual haribo which contain boiled animal carcass aka gelatine.
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TheRatedSeller

​Is that the same dates for instore prices?



Yes, it's hard to make out on the photos but that's what it says on the shelf labels.
heathen81

Vegetarian?... Makes a change from the usual haribo which contain boiled … Vegetarian?... Makes a change from the usual haribo which contain boiled animal carcass aka gelatine.



Delicious boiled animal carcass!
billy653

Yes, it's hard to make out on the photos but that's what it says on the … Yes, it's hard to make out on the photos but that's what it says on the shelf labels.



​Thanks Billy653, will pick some up later this week. I assume that they are only available in large superstores and not in Express stores
skarmachild

yeah idk why they would be lumped together. halal is meat.



Halal meat is halal meat. Halal however is a term for anything that is allowed in islam
SpectreFace

Halal meat is halal meat. Halal however is a term for anything that is … Halal meat is halal meat. Halal however is a term for anything that is allowed in islam



Who cares? Im sure if they want Halal stuff they know where to get it from.
seanmorris100

Who cares? Im sure if they want Halal stuff they know where to get it … Who cares? Im sure if they want Halal stuff they know where to get it from.



Basic common sense alert!
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seanmorris100

Who cares? Im sure if they want Halal stuff they know where to get it … Who cares? Im sure if they want Halal stuff they know where to get it from.



I'm sure observant Muslims care... I'd imagine one of the primary ways they have of knowing a product is Halal is the Halal logo, just as one of my primary ways of knowing a product is vegetarian is the vegetarian logo.

Though if you don't care I'm not overly sure why you bothered to comment in the first place?
Spence1115

Delicious boiled animal carcass!



Cancerous Delicious boiled animal carcass
heathen81

Cancerous Delicious boiled animal carcass



[citation needed]
The vegetarian ones are actually vile. M&S are the only ones who manage to get veggie Percy pigs tasting really good
jimhalpert

I'm sure observant Muslims care... I'd imagine one of the primary ways … I'm sure observant Muslims care... I'd imagine one of the primary ways they have of knowing a product is Halal is the Halal logo, just as one of my primary ways of knowing a product is vegetarian is the vegetarian logo.Though if you don't care I'm not overly sure why you bothered to comment in the first place?



​Anyway this thread is about vegetarian sweets not torturing animals to death the evolutionary backwards halal way
heathen81

Cancerous Delicious boiled animal carcass



You must have such an exciting life
darkteckno2

​Anyway this thread is about vegetarian sweets not torturing animals to d … ​Anyway this thread is about vegetarian sweets not torturing animals to death the evolutionary backwards halal way



You realise that in the UK basically all animals for halal meat are stunned first, like regular meat, and then their throat is slit. They feel no pain, and in all fairness we're killing animals regardless once we're past the point of stunning them. Its not like they're tortured, its a very quick death for them. Plus, I tend to find halal meat is better value for money, as the butchers are usually cheaper than non-halal butchers.
heathen81

Cancerous Delicious boiled animal carcass



Oh shush. I give zero **** about you eating vegetarian, or vegan, or whatever, complete respect for your choices. Do you go up to smokers and call them future cancer sufferers? Or drinkers and call them out for future cirrhosis? And for killing animals, I assume you also do the same to the military for murder as an industry as well? Or is it just animals you care about?
Super hot I love these thanks op!
If the packets say suitable for vegetarian then the source of gelatine is from plant extracts, this is widely available in supermarkets to cater for people who dont eat meat etc. but require gelatine to make jelly type food. Nothing to do with halal meat whatsoever (unless it doesnt state suitable for vegetarian).
jimhalpert

I think some Halal labelled sweets in Asda/Tesco were also vegetarian at … I think some Halal labelled sweets in Asda/Tesco were also vegetarian at one point.




Haha, because creator of the universe, divine astral being capable of inventing time, matter and laws of physics, has nothing better to do than checking for halal compliance of sweets.

Makes me laugh every time some religious moron mentions this.
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darkteckno2

​Anyway this thread is about vegetarian sweets not torturing animals to d … ​Anyway this thread is about vegetarian sweets not torturing animals to death the evolutionary backwards halal way



No, it's about vegetarian AND halal sweets... And while it may make bigots feel a bit better about their own animal cruelty, I'm not sure the animals being raised in industrial conditions then slaughtered notice much difference...

BenderRodriguez

Haha, because creator of the universe, divine astral being capable of … Haha, because creator of the universe, divine astral being capable of inventing time, matter and laws of physics, has nothing better to do than checking for halal compliance of sweets. Makes me laugh every time some religious moron mentions this.



If they decreed you can't eat pig then I imagine they would care whether you eat pig or not. Obviously the religious have a screw loose, but obeying the commands they believe come from God is one of their more logical positions!
Which tesco was this in?
Spence1115

You realise that in the UK basically all animals for halal meat are … You realise that in the UK basically all animals for halal meat are stunned first, like regular meat, and then their throat is slit. They feel no pain, and in all fairness we're killing animals regardless once we're past the point of stunning them. Its not like they're tortured, its a very quick death for them. Plus, I tend to find halal meat is better value for money, as the butchers are usually cheaper than non-halal butchers.



this just simply isn't true, not in the slightest, and shows you have no knowledge or grasp of the meat industry.

Wow, I just clicked to look at sweets!
Gollywood

​That's one sad life..


Indeed!
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Damn vegetarians wanting to eat strawberries! Who the hell do they think they are!
These strawberries are lovely & suitable for vegetarians.
I'm not entirely sure why the Op has mentioned halal too.

As a Muslim I know it's halal by virtue of it being vegetarian (and knowing haribos don't use alcohol!).
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