Silk Soy milk may contain almonds or coconut.
This is a big deal in my family. I'm disappointed in Silk, and it would explain why MissAngelLittle girl had an itchy throat at the last family gathering. NO SOY MILK FOR MY KIDS, people, unless the label doesn't say that! We're talking death, here, people. The change should have been printed in Dayglo Orange right on the very front of the package.
It wasn't. In fact, if it wasn't for the Mom blogger community, I'd probably be risking a nice trip to the ER. I usually only clear a product once.
Ok, now on to the good.
You know those little brightly colored goldfish (Pepperidge Farms) that are so appealing to little eyes... NEON colors... well, you KNOW how I feel about food coloring.
Not a fan. To say the least.
Well, Goldfish were on sale yesterday, and I told Daddy and MissAngelLittleGirl to pick out two bags. Those are their FAVORITE. And I don't have a fish shaped cookie cutter.
He tosses a bag of the neon colored ones into the cart and says "It says natural food coloring."
I saw RED. LITERALLY.
I mean, bugs are natural food coloring. And that's what I said as I snatched the offensive bag out of my cart, looking for the dreaded Carmine.
Beet Juice. Turmeric Extract. The food coloring in the neon Goldfish is actual food.
Points for you, Pepperidge Farm. My kids couldn't be happier with the colors, and neither could I.