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Which Soft Drinks Are Halal?

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As-salaam mulaikum. Does anyone have a list of soft drinks which are halal to drink. I know coco cola, nestle supports Israel but does it make a difference if they are sold in Canada or US. Also, does PepsiCo support Israel?

According to this website: Muslim consumer group Canada, coke, seven up are haram. Does anyone here have a clear cut answer.

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Pepsi doesn't support Israel as far as I'm aware.

All Coke products will help fund Israel.  Even if they didn't, it would be immoral to drink killer coke products.

As far as I'm aware, none of them have haraam ingredients.  Just make sure they don't support immoral practices.

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Amir-ul-Mumineen (as)  said: "Water is the chief of drinks both in this world as well as in the Hereafter."

 


Abu Abd Allah (as) said: "If one enjoys and  appreciates the taste of water in this world Allah (azwj) will Give him water in Jannah (Paradise)."

Edited by Labbayk

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I am not a big fan of soft drinks, although sometimes I do drink it. But it so happens sometimes if you go for dinner, wedding, birthday party, and you see all the soft drinks, I just wonder and have doubts, whether they are halal or not. How do the muslims who are drinking it know for sure its permissible. Although it might be allowed from a Shari point of view(not certain on that), but nonetheless it does affect ones spirituality to some degree. I am even surprised, that some companies wont tell you the full detail about the ingredients they use in their food products like potato chips, chocolate chip cookies, etc.

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For people that love soda (pop), a good replacement is: 

New-Glaceau-Fruitwater-Zero-Calorie-Drin

0 calories, 0 carbs. Tastes just like soda.

Rename it "ChemicalWater"

 

More fitting.

 

EDIT: Guess I was wrong. Checked the ingredients; The worst thing there seems to be stevia and "natural flavorings". Seems pretty safe I guess.

Edited by BuggyLemon

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Hanes, Intel, Fox.

I don't know about the OP, but personally I wouldn't drink pants, computers, or news so I'm pretty safe on that front.

MSNBC contributes more to Israel than Fox does, btw.  Fox is far more neutral than people give it credit for.  All media outlets are owned by Jews, though, so no matter what Israel gets a kickback ...

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On 10/5/2013 at 3:38 AM, race said:

Does anyone have a list of soft drinks which are halal

I know this thread is six years old and now triggered by the guest user but I just want to say that I think soft drinks do not contain anything animal or alcohol which makes them halal and probably have vegetarian logo on them.

I don't drink soft drinks because they are not healthy because of artificial sugar that is linked to cancer but we don’t hear about these health hazards because its a billion dollar industry. 

On 10/5/2013 at 3:38 AM, race said:

According to this website: Muslim consumer group Canada, coke, seven up are haram.

I'm surprised to hear that but then I think Muslim Consumer Group Canada is probably Sunni 

2 hours ago, Guest Assalamu alikum said:

Is limca halal

I never hear of it. What is it? Is it that blue orange can of drink? 

Edited by Murtaza1

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1 minute ago, Murtaza1 said:

I'm surprised to hear t at but then I think Muslim Consumer Group Canada is probably Sunni 

it really doesn't matter if it is halal or not. these companies fund the bullets and weapons that kill many innocent Muslims, people are taking part in it whether they like it or not.

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15 minutes ago, Ibn Al-Shahid said:

it really doesn't matter if it is halal or not. these companies fund the bullets and weapons that kill many innocent Muslims, people are taking part in it whether they like it or not.

I agree. I am pleased to say I'm not part of the murders because I don't buy or drink their products 

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2 hours ago, Ibn Al-Shahid said:

it really doesn't matter if it is halal or not. these companies fund the bullets and weapons that kill many innocent Muslims, people are taking part in it whether they like it or not.

As salaamun aleikum,

Yup...and thinking and behaving accordingly facilitates raising your practice of Islam to the next level, in sha Allah. Everything we say and do has an effect in the algorithym we all live in, and personally, I want nothing to do with contributing to oppression. 

Well said, brother:)

W/s

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