>"Wanna go to McDonalds?"
>"No it's okay!! I'm below my calorie count for today!"
Adult gummy vitamins have been commonplace for at least 10 years.
Give it another decade and whatever country your're from will catch up with the rest of the world, as with everything else.
They aren't stupid, they're greedy and smart.
If you get 60 in a pack it makes you think it's lots, even though it'll only last you 30 days.
They could sell 30 packs of bigger gummies but the the consumer thinks they aren't getting good value.
What if you only eat 1 a day but shorten your day to half a day so you have 2 days in the time it takes to finish one day? Best of both worlds. This is how you beat the big guys and use their tricks against them.
Where in nature does food processing occur?
Everything in the universe is a result of a natural process
Calling something artificial is superficial and objectively incorrect, it's a marketing buzzword
Food processing is not a material or good, therefore it cannot be naturally occurring. If you take a piece of lettuce off a head and package it, the product is naturally occurring. You just processed it by reducing it from a larger portion. Your whole point about the universe, which you probably think makes you look smart, makes you look like an autist incapable of following context.
A piece of lettuce taken off and being packaged is not naturally occurring by your standards. There is no environmental process which causes lettuce to be packaged or processed
I think you're just a bit, if not incredibly retarded
Then again you're just more upset I called you out on your actual deficient thought process of what is natural
>made with REAL cheese
>garbage fake cheese powder #5 is second ingredient
>contains 0.1% or less of: real cheese
>covered in bacterial pesticide
>if I ignore the contextual meaning of a word people will think I'm smart.
Most people grow out of this by the time they end high school. Almost as bad as people saying
>tomatoes are actually fruits guys!
>90 Calories per serving
>Serving Size: 1 oz
First of all, there are multiple contextual meanings. That's kind of the point of a contextual meaning. Different meanings for different contexts. Second of all, the meaning he ascribed to "natural" was as wide and broad as you can get with that word.