Nestle brings its Halal chief forward to quash ‘milo sugar’ claims

2010
 

Swiss food giant Nestlé has refuted claims that its famous chocolate malt drink Milo contained excessive amounts of sugar.

The claims made on Facebook in a video that went viral said Nestle Malaysia was using too much sugar in the content of the product in the majority Muslim country.

At a press conference today, Nestlé Malaysia’s head of halal affairs department Othman Mohd Yusof said the claim was erroneous.

“Twenty percent is from milk lactose and another 20 percent is from the malt,” he said during a press conference organised by the Muslim Consumers Association in Kuala Lumpur.

He said the recommended serving of a Milo drink was mixing five teaspoons of Milo powder to 200ml of water.

Source: KiniTv

5 COMMENTS

  1. The ONLY thing “Islamic” about “Halal Certification” is they both fund terrorism through what is described as “Zakat” a tax to fund those fighting for Allah.
    All food of Christian and Jews is Hala[ (Verse 5:5) l with small list of exceptions(which Moslem’s know )
    NOTHING about “Halal Certification” is Halal
    To say otherwise is to call Allah. his messenger liars the Quran lies
    Devout Moslem’s will not touch “Halal Certification” as it is putting itself above Allah and. his messenger .
    There is a curse in the Quran for those that ever touch “Halal Certification”
    https://quran.com/5/87-97?translations=20