Wednesday, February 8, 2017
3419) ISLAMIC CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION: PIG PRODUCTS SHOULD BE PRINTED ON THE SIGNS OF PIGS AND OTHER SIGNS - SIN CHEW -8/2/2017
"We understand that Malaysia is a pluralistic society, just want Muslim consumers know how to choose, which with some signs of allergens or vegetarian products the same token. Na Jinzuo Han (middle) carrying Huang Tiansheng (left) and Youssouf Azmi show all kinds of brushes. (Photo: Sin Chew Daily) (PPIM) Chairman Datuk Seri Najon Zohang urges the government to enact regulations requiring manufacturers to manufacture swine-made brushes, pigskin-made leathers, etc., other recognizable system of supplies, and other printed appearance of pig sign for Muslim consumers to make informed choices. He told a press conference today that the council had received many complaints about pig products and food in the past and received more than 50 complaints about pig products last year. In view of the fact that Muslim consumers It was felt that there was a need for the Government to enact regulations to impose a mark on the food and contact articles of the pig, in particular the swine, shoes, leather, etc., of the pig system, which were confused and unaccounted for. . He suggested that the logo should be used directly on the pig's appearance, then the illiterate person can identify at a glance. "We understand that Malaysia is a pluralistic society, just want Muslim consumers know how to choose, which with some signs of allergens or vegetarian products the same token. He showed a poster indicating the market has more than 40 kinds of products, pig brush is only one, but also includes ice cream, juice, shampoo, candles , pills, detergent, paint, paper, soap, cigarettes, crayons, toothpaste , Mask, bone china and so on. Asked how the market has been selling swine brushes for decades, why it is now controversial, he explained that after the issue of pig hair brush has not been valued, but today there are media and social media communication, so the subject will Quickly get attention. Iraq CASE Chinese Affairs Director-General Huang Tiansheng said that, according to his observations, the new paint brushes on the market are mainly made of nylon, are mostly old paintbrush with animal fur. He suggested that Muslim consumers should use a nylon brush before government regulations are enacted, so there will be no problem. Attendance at the press conference of the Iraqi Consumers Association also includes the action group director Yusuf Azmi.