Dubai Municipality denies bacon fat rumours in chocolate

 khaleejtimes.com  01/24/2019 10:27:32  2  Web Report/Dubai

Dubai Municipality denies bacon fat rumours in chocolate

Web Report/Dubai

Filed on January 24, 2019 | Last updated on January 24, 2019 at 11.46 am

Rumours of a popular chocolate candy bar having traces of pig fat have been going around in UAE.

The Dubai Municipality issued a clarification, denying the "Break Supa" chocolate has traces of bacon grease.

"The food additive E471 in Break Supa chocolate is made from vegetable oil and authorised for use according to food additive regulations in UAE.

"The product can't contain bacon grease," the post on social media reads,"because UAE does not produce pork products at all."

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Dubai Municipality denies the rumor of the existence of bacon Grease Fat in Break Supa Chocolatehttps://t.co/dz82S4sUGC pic.twitter.com/OrxUfIVUMl

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The chocolate bar is produced by Tiffany, IFFCO's flagship brand of impulse foods, all made in UAE.

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