حقيقة المادة المسرطنة في شوكولاتة كيندر

According to many articles on the major international news agencies, a German watchdog agency, Food watch, has determined that Kinder chocolate bars — made by the Italian confectionary company Ferrero — are made with carcinogenic ingredients.

Are Kinder chocolate bars really bad for you and your children?
Pichu team for web content and food information analysis has conducted a study on the toxic and carcinogenic ingredients in Kinder chocolate bars:
According to a report published on FOODPACKAGINGFORUM.ORG in the last third of last year, there are high levels of mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) in several food products and food packaging (e.g. rice, pasta, corn flakes).
Food Packaging Forum has recently said that high levels of mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) have been found in Kinder chocolates' packaging, and this ingredient could have been transferred into the chocolate via recycled packaging.
The mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) is a byproduct of the oil refining process. MOAH may damage the human genome and cause genetic mutations by altering the structure of the DNA of the body’s cells, which may lead to cancer and many health disorders in spleen, liver and lymph nodes. It is also thought to have allergic skin causing effects.
MOAH has been used in many well-known cosmetic products for lips included those marketed under the trade names Bebe, Blistex, Dove, Labello, Nivea, Scholl and Penaten.
Mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAHs) have been also found in cosmetic products such as body oils, lotions and creams, products for hair styling, and Vaseline.
Knowing the fact that many of us use skin care products to protect our bodies from the harmful effects of the sun. It would be very unfortunate if the products we use to protect ourselves from the sun actually have potentially carcinogenic ingredients. So who could say no to a surprise toy wrapped in kinder chocolate or to a chocolate bar with a cup of coffee after a very long day, especially if it is not the main cause of cancer?!!
In any case the product is safe, according to the Italian confectionary company Ferrero statements. And it should be noticed that Kinder Chocolate bars are legal and not banned in most Arab countries such as; Egypt, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar and Bahrain.
In the end, the choice is yours!
Bayan Tayeh
Bayan works as a content writer and graphic designer. She is highly interested in the field of healthcare and health education. Her goal is to change the way people think about sticking to some dietary habits, and to encourage them consume real food, as possible, so we can build a healthier world.