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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

CBS: Starbucks using crushed up bugs to dye pink drinks

That sure doesn't sound very appetizing and I am not so sure what Starbucks was thinking when they came up with this alternative to artificial dyes. They probably thought it was safer to use all natural ingredients, instead of the possible health-threatening ones.

It also may have been that they decided to become followers of fashion and go the green route. Well, it is not just them who turned green; so do their customers after having read this and my suspicion is that the pink drinks which are on their menu are being avoided like the plague from here on out.

I don't think it is a very healthy solution using crushed up bugs; they can be carriers of all kinds of diseases and it would be extremely difficult to kill all the bacteria and viruses they could transmit.

It sure puts a crunch in those pink drinks and eliminates being closed by the health inspectors who might find all kinds of bugs crawling around in the kitchen. Those bugs would only be evidence of a statement which is readily used and so popular these days.

'Made with the freshest ingredients'!



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