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Muslim fury after Aldi is found selling 'halal' Indian-style snacks that contained forbidden pork
by Jennifer Smith and James Dunn
Aldi has apologised after selling black pudding labelled as 'halal' despite it containing pork.
The product, made by Scottish company Punjab Pakora, contained traces of pork blood and skins - both forbidden in Islam.
It was stocked on Aldi shelves and online with a UK Health Code stamp which labelled it as suitable for Muslims.
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