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ANSWERED: Lucozade & Ribena

Last updated: 10th September 2004
Question ID: #9
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Sista in Islam
10th September 2004

can you please clarify if we are able to drink Ribena and Lucozade? I have heard from some people that you can and some people say you cant as they say it contains alcohol

Ulamaa ID 06
Answer last updated on:
15th October 2004
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Ulamaa ID 06
Location: London
It has been confirmed regarding the percentage used in Lucozade & Ribena. There is only enough in it to preserve the taste to last longer. It would take over 2 hundred regular size bottles to gather enough alcohol to have the alcohol effect. This amount is litterally impossible to drink.

Therefore, it is permissible to drink these products, however, the best option is to prefer Taqwa where Lucozade and Ribena is avoided.

And Allah knows best.