Nogle af UK’s største supermarkeder ville ikke sælge påskeæg – men gerne halal

Sainsbury’s and Asda have opted not to stock the chocolate egg made by the Meaningful Chocolate Company while their rivals Tesco and Morrisons have, according to the Daily Mail.

The holy chocolate has received the blessing of the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, who said: “The Real Easter Egg gives consumers their first chance to buy an Easter egg that not only tastes good but does good, bringing to light the Easter themes of hope and new life.”

The eggs have been selling at a rate of 400,000 a month and more than £220,000 from sales have been donated to charity.

1 Kommentar

  1. Det bliver efterhånden et mareridt at lide af overfølsomhed over for halal. Mine afguder har på strengeste forbudt mig at æde halallort af alle arter. Gør jeg det, straffer de mig med at får røde knopper.
    Hvordan kan man rejse en medlidenhedsstorm?

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