Yes, Polos are vegan! There are four vegan-friendly staple Polo varieties: Original, Spearmint, Fruit and Sugar-free, all of which are suitable for anyone on a plant-based diet.
Are M&Ms suitable for vegetarians?
M&M’s aren’t suitable for vegetarians. We use additives that come from animal products when we’re making M&M’s and traces of these can be found in the sweets. They aren’t listed in the ingredients because they’re only present in such small amounts. What makes them unsuitable?
Do Polo mints contain gelatin?
Contains gelatine, made from animal hooves or other parts, and hence they are not suitable for vegans. … The archetypal after dinner mint is not vegan as they contain butterfat from milk.
What were fruit polos?
The peppermint flavoured Polo was first manufactured in the United Kingdom in 1948, by employee John Bargewell at the Rowntree’s Factory, York, and a range of flavours followed. The name derives from “polar”, referencing the cool, fresh taste of the mint.
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Is E476 vegetarian?
E476 is a food additive used to make foods/sauces smoother and blend easier. Its scientific name is Polyglycerol polyricinoleate. On its Vegan status it’s pretty much always vegan.
Where are polos made?
If you were to head down to their retail outlets, a good 50% of their shirts are made in China, others in Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Vietnam and Pakistan. Hence, its country of origin is NOT a good indicator. If you think about it, most stuff is made in China anyway.