The company has made headlines in Italy for giving free Islamic ‘halal’ food to illegal alien Muslim invaders, posing as asylum seekers, and has also faced criticism for excluding pork from its Carbonara recipe to accommodate sharia-adherent Muslims.
RAIR Foundation Carbonara is a beloved and iconic Italian dish made with eggs, pancetta (pork belly), pecorino cheese, and black pepper. However, the absence of pork in Barilla’s version has led some to accuse the company of “cultural appropriation” and pandering to Muslims at the expense of Italian cuisine.
In just ten years, the number of illegal Muslim migrants in Italy has surged by 419%, according to Italian think-tank Fondazione Fare Futuro. Amidst this backdrop, Barilla has taken steps to accommodate Muslim dietary restrictions. For example, the company has introduced various controversial Halal-certified products. Halal food is a brilliant political and economic strategy for Islamic terrorist groups. Furthermore, the left-wing company has worked with questionable Islamic organizations to provide food assistance to refugees.