• 1. Skittles & Jellybeans

    Skittles & Jellybeans

    Made from crushed insect cocoons known as ‘shellac,’ which is used to coat foods and give them that special shine.

  • 2. Vanilla Ice Cream

    Vanilla Ice Cream

    Castoreum, otherwise known as anal secretions mixed with urine from a BEAVER, is a common FDA approved food additive found commonly in vanilla & raspberry flavoring… as well as perfume.

  • 3. Sugar


    Made from charred animal bones, bone char. Bone char is used to filter and decolorize the raw sugar.

  • 4. Jell-O


    Made from collagen, which is boiled connective tissue found in animals.

  • 5. Wendy’s Chili

    Wendy's Chili

    Made from day-old hamburgers and silicon dioxide… or as you might remember from chemistry class, SAND.

  • 6. Gum


    Often made with Lanolin, otherwise known as ‘sheep secretions,’ in order to soften the gum mix.

  • 7. Anything red/pink you’ve been eating

    Anything red/pink you've been eating

    The red coloring is achieved by using crushed, boiled red insects. The finished product is known as ‘carmine.’

  • 8. Shredded Cheese

    Shredded Cheese

    Cellulose, which is basically sawdust, is used to keep the shreds from clumping together.

  • 9. Bread


    Many commercial breads include a dough softening agent known as L-Cyesteine, made from human hair.

  • 10. Any processed chicken you’ve been eating

    Any processed chicken you've been eating

    Always remember that this is what that ‘meat’ is.