- I can't understand why so many immediately begin to hetze.
- It is only 3 % of the production is sold in Switzerland, the rest goes for export.
- And if a Toblerone for the future are 'clean' or not, so that means it's frankly not something for my mouth and stomach.
- It is indeed like not because they put pork in the Toblerone today, if you understand what I mean.
How to write Melanie S in the of the most popular comments that are written on the swiss Blick.ch about the halal-adaptation Toblerone manufacturer Mondelez has made, so the well-known chocolate can now be eaten with a good conscience of muslims.
the Alignment and the subsequent halal-certification - according to Blick, who have spoken with the company, have been done in the spring, and means fol.a. there now stands an imam and bless the bjergtopformede delights. And not all swiss are as indifferent as Melanie:
- So it is over to buy it. The kind I have no use for, writes Marianne W., f.ex. and on the company's own Facebook is starting to tick critical messages from other europeans:
- Shame on you. In support halal, and goes behind the backs of your customers, writes Trine from Norway and from Germany ask Christoph S about the new religious cooperation means that there are new products on the market:
Halal chocolate. Never.
- But just tell us if there is a special wedding-edition intended for 6-year-old girls, writes Christoph, and the great German newspaper Stern's Facebook sugar Immanuel V:
- Think that we should discuss the kinds of religious fantasies in the 21. century.