In an effort to avoid artificial additives in its drinks, Starbucks confirms it is using a natural red dye, made from dried, crushed cochineal beetles.
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Since: Jun 12
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#23 Jun 19, 2012
Say what, bugs really, bugs ummmmmm don't think I will have that 6 bucks a cup w/ bug juice!
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Since: Aug 11
I want to get off my chest
#24 Jun 19, 2012
You don't want a half mocha,half vanilla expresso latte with just a touch of beetle?
“So it's not you, It's them?”
Since: Jun 11
#25 Jun 19, 2012
Starbucks? Bugs? Really? Yum! I'll have a Venti, please! LOL
#26 Jun 19, 2012
so they extract one chemical from a bug for food coloring, its not like their putting the whole bug in your drink and its doing the back stroke
oh and Ill take what Chilli's got, plus a shot of bug
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