Details about Mountain Dew containing BVO was not only shared by Earth Fare, but has been a topic of discussion elsewhere as well. Earth Fare prides itself as being “The Healthy Supermarket” and a visit to any one of their stores in the United States would help shoppers see why they would share details about such items with consumers.
With several stores in the Charlotte area, Earth Fare is one of the popular places to find products that won’t be in an average grocery store as well as foods that are used in an average day. This writer has been able to enjoy several of their events and does have a favorite Charlotte location.
Recently Earth Fare shared a list of foods they do not offer because of the contents of the items. The pdf file showing what will not be available in any Earth Fare store can be viewed here.
Consumers are no doubt aware that Mountain Dew products, as well as many other beverages, contain BVO, or bromelated vegetable oil. Of course, no one would expect to see a beverage such as this in any health food grocery store. Earth Fare share details about BVO on their Facebook page, reminding readers this is a flame retardant.
Visiting Earth Fare can be a delightful experience. Shoppers can receive discounts by joining their Tomato Bank program. Special presentations are often held in Earth Fare stores so consumers can receive samples and discounts.
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