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Some haram ingredients

1. Gelatin
Gelatin, obtained from non-halal sources, is a commonly used ingredient in many food products. However, it's important to note that gelatin derived from animal is haram not even beef gelatin , safest is plant based or vegetable based.

2. Carmine/Cochineal 🐞
Carmine, a red colorant used in food and cosmetics, is derived from insects called cochineal. Due to its origin, carmine is not halal and should be avoided in the products you consume.

3. L-cysteine πŸ–
L-cysteine is an amino acid used as an additive in many processed foods. However, be aware that some sources of L-cysteine may come from pig hair.

4. Alcohol 🍺
Alcohol in all its forms, including ethanol is haram in any quantity, vanilla or any extract too if alcohol is used as a solvent to extract.

5. Confectioner's Glaze πŸŽ‚
Some confectioner's glazes may contain non-halal ingredients such as pork gelatin or alcohol.

6. Glycerin/Glycerol πŸ„
Glycerin or glycerol is a widely used ingredient in food and personal care products. However, be aware that glycerin can be derived from non-halal sources, such as animal fat. It's important to look for halal alternatives or products that indicate the use of plant-based glycerin.

7. Natural and Artificial Flavoring 🍭
Natural and artificial flavorings may contain Haram ingredients or derivatives. It's important to research the origin of flavorings used in the products you consume.

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