I purchased the Rotisserie Buttery Garlic Flavor Chicken this afternoon. What led me to buy this product were the words, "No Preservatives" on the package.
I foolishly trusted that this was the kind of company that focused on natural, unadulterated food. Boy was I wrong. Three bites into this chicken, and I started feeling nauseated. Then I noticed a strange taste in my mouth, as though I had just ingested something very unnatural and toxic.
That's when I read the ingredients list and discovered that this product had artificial flavoring -- judging by my body's reaction, a lot of it.
My stomach is still complaining, hours later. I've totally lost my appetite.
Now I'm wondering, What good does it do for Marketside to leave out the preservatives, if it fails to exclude the artificial flavoring? I mean, if you're going to make a move in a healthy direction, why not do it right?
Please, Marketside, reconsider your food production methods.
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