The Girl Scouts are Selling a New Flavor That Sounds Awful . . .
If you haven't heard, the Girl Scouts are selling a new cookie this year. Unfortunately, it's called Mango Crème. And it's like a way, way worse version of the Oreo: Vanilla and coconut flavored cookies with mango filling in between.
But there's a whole other reason to be suspicious of this new cookie. It's injected with a food additive called NutriFusion.
NutriFusion reportedly jams Vitamins like A, B-one, B-six, C, D, and E into the cookies.
The people who make NutriFusion say it includes, quote, "all the nutrient benefits of eating cranberries, pomegranates, oranges, grapes, and strawberries." They also say it's made entirely from fruits and vegetables, with nothing synthetic.