While some of his rivals clean up their menus by getting rid of additives, Burger King seems determined and determined to compete with your guts.
As if the black bun on the Whopper turned the consumer's can into something tinted, the color of the green mud was not big enough three halloween seasons ago, here comes the new Frozen Fanta Scary Black Cherry Slushie
# 39; s health, news and enough Twitter posts to scare even Michael Myers of "Halloween" Rame, BK's new, temporary pleasure seems to make people colorful in black, green or under the shade of a bruise.
Burger King's Advertising for the New Drink says : "Give way to your dark side." But that did not stop people from annoying or joking on social media about post-food publishing.
"Never again will I drink a @BurgerKing Black Cherry Slushie before a date," read a Twitter post Thursday.
If you are worried that your mouth, or, you know, the other is a blackish color, you should be OK, if it is the result is to put down one of those things. The cause is that the food coloring interacts with the normal digestive fluids of your body and the additives are within acceptable limits, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
So do not worry. Laugh and move on.
But if you did not have a Scary Black Cherry and still see black stools for other reasons. Medline Plus says iron supplements can lead to blackish stools. However, if they are accompanied by red streaks or pain or other abnormalities, consult your doctor.
The drink Scary Black Cherry is available until the 12th of November according to MSN Lifestyle.