One thing that stands out to me every time I look at the packaging however, is the label - which proudly reads, "Made with REAL California milk!" It always makes me wonder what they're implying. Is it that the milk is from California that they're bragging about, or the fact it's real milk? Methinks it's the real milk part, which makes me worry.
On top of that, I was eating a bag of chips recently and saw on the bag, "Made with real cheese flavoring!" Not even real cheese!? Just cheese-flavoring!? And what's the difference between real cheese flavoring and fake cheese flavoring? Never mind - don't tell me!
Considering these (and other) labels, I'm thinking that this is what we have to look forward to in the not-too-distant future:
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Is this the future? Oh wait, I just remembered Dippin' Dots is the ice cream/food of the future*. I'm sure that's 100% natural so we're good. No worries.
*I once asked someone in Australia if Dippin' Dots really is the ice cream of the future and he said no. Busted.