Coffee giant Starbucks says it will stop using a red dye in its drinks that is derived from crushed bugs.
The company says it will swap out cochineal extract, which is made from the juice of a tiny beetle, and instead use lycopene, a tomato-based extract.
But don’t relax just yet. Cochineal dye is widely used in foods and cosmetics products such as lipstick, yogurt and shampoo.
Beetle juice indeed.
What other revolting ingredients are put in products we use every day?