Perhaps this just goes to show how often I drink pop… But when did Sprite stop being called pop or soda and become a “sparkling beverage?”
Doesn’t sparkling beverage mean wine?
This vending machine does not sell Smarties. Is that an unreasonable expectation?
CBC.ca has recently posted a great article on chocolate milk. They go in-depth into the ingredients of milk and dairy beverages. Check it out!
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I spotted Sealtest “dairy milker” and “dairy creamer” at a local breakfast place. I have no idea what milker or creamer are, but it doesn’t sound good.
P.S. This is my first time posting using WordPress for BlackBerry. Cool, eh?
Update: Okay, so WordPress for BlackBerry broke the blog. Still needs some work, I guess. I’ve reformatted this post using a real browser. Anyone out there using WordPress for BlackBerry or iPhone having a better experience?
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More than a year has passed since I originally posted about Chocolate Milk Beverage. Since then it’s become one of the most popular posts on this blog! I appreciate all of the comments!
As you can see to your right, they’re not even calling it milk anymore. This begs the new question: What is Chocolate Dairy Beverage?
First, let’s see what Metro and Beatrice had to say…
I love milk. It’s probably the only thing keeping me alive given my absurd diet, or lack thereof. When I’m eating out or if it’s on sale at the grocery store I’ll often treat myself to a nice tasty Chocolate Milk. I figure it’s the next best thing to white milk and way better than washing down a meal with sugar water pop.
I have noticed lately that Beatrice brand 1% Partly Skimmed Chocolate Milk is being replaced by ’1% Chocolate Milk Beverage’ in packaging that looks almost identical on store shelves. As a connoisseur of Chocolate Milk I’m intrigued, and ready to take offence at what I find. Yes, messing with Chocolate Milk is offensive. And so the question must be asked, open-mindedly of course: What the fuck is Chocolate Milk Beverage?